A WOMAN OF VISION HAS BEEN TRANSCRIBED IN BRAILLE
Betty Clark Mong's long time friend, Jennifer Chambers, took on the arduous task of proofing and transcribing A Woman of Vision in the braille format. We are deeply indebted to Jennifer for dedication and time that resulted in this wonderful version of the book.
We will be announcing soon when braille copies will be made available.
News for A Woman of Vision
Betty celebrating her 92nd
birthday at Segovia.
Betty Clark Mong passed away peacefully on November 9, 2013. She was 92.
Her dream for years had been to have her life story written. Her dream was realized. The book is written and in the final stages of editing. A Woman of Vision will be available in a few weeks. We know this brings her peace.
Betty is survived by her brother Tom, nephews Tom and Tim, nieces Karen and Janie, several grandnieces and nephews and cousins.
April 6, 2016
We are sad to mark the recent passing of a friend of A WOMAN OF VISION.
Oscar Award winner Anna"PATTY DUKE"Pearce. "My last visit with her was a couple of years ago on a darkened stage in Spokane, Washington. We were discussing her work with Betty Clark on the set of "The Miracle Worker". She was kind enough to offer to an advanced praise of "A Woman of Vision". Strangely enough the final, final, final draft was just sent to me this morning. Patty Duke was a tireless advocate for mental health.We are sad to mark the passing of two friends of A WOMAN OF VISION." Joanna Stark