Allene K. (Warner) Clark Turner of North Port, Fla., and East Chop, died peacefully at the Hospice House of Venice, Fla., on Jan. 25. She was 99.

She was born May 27th, 1918, the fourth child of seven to the late Norman Jewett Warner and Mabel Perry Warner. Formerly of West Springfield, she was an active member of the Mitteneague Congregational Church where she sang in the choir and was church secretary and active in several church groups.

She married her first husband, Addison L. Clark in 1940 and moved with him to several military bases during World War II. After he returned from the war, they lived in Williamsburg before moving to West Springfield in 1952. They vacationed on Martha’s Vineyard from the late 1940s after the war, and in 1954 bought a cottage in East Chop where Allene spent summers. After Addison’s death in 1957, she married Meredith R. (Mert) Turner in 1961. Mert’s work took the family to Australia from 1967 to 1969. Allene and Mert retired to Florida in 1979 and enjoyed the community of La Casa. In summers, they were active in East Chop affairs and the Union Chapel.

She is survived by her children, Alison Clark Harper and her husband Jake, Ardelle Clark Zych and her husband Philip, Addison G. Clark and his wife Vicki Naegel, Austin P. Clark and his wife Annmarie Castagno, Alden W. Clark and his wife Cassio dos Santos; a sister Jean W. Raymond and brother Alden T. Warner; and numerous other relatives including grandchildren, stepchildren, step-grandchildren, niece and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, two sisters and two brothers.

Interment will be held at a later date at the family cemetery in Gilead, Conn. Arrangements are under the care of the National Cremation Society of Port Charlotte, Fla.