Claire C. Perruccio, age 76 of Bolivia, North Carolina, formerly of Hartford/Windsor, Connecticut, passed away on Saturday, April 30, 2016 at SECU Hospice House of Brunswick. Arrangements are in the care of Coastal Cremations. Please share memories and condolences with the family by clicking on "Share a Memory."
Mom was an extraordinary gift to this world and it was a better place because of her. She greeted each day cheerfully and was always uplifting to all she encountered with her cheerful hello or sweet sentiment she might have to share. Her greatest gift to all she touched was how to love openly with all your heart. She was a compassionate, selfless, loving person who put others before herself her entire life and in doing so, had a profound affect on a great many. Be free an shine forever my beautiful ma ma.
My Aunt Claire, was always a rock for so many to land on, in difficult times. Always present and focused, on loving advice, compassionate nurturing, and looked at the bright side of life. Even beyond that… she was giving, open hearted, affectionate, spoke her mind, protective tigress, full of smiles and warmth like the sun, creative, wife, mother, and articulate … Lady!
For myself, and so many of us in three generation’s, she was greatly loved and admired.
I am sure, we will all miss her! Yet, rejoice in the fact that she is free from the bonds of sickness and pain. We know the bright shining star, that will forever shine, in us!
Be blessed my love, in the arms of the Lord!
I would love for every one I know to be able to meet Claire. Her love for other people was amazing, if every one was like her ,there would be no war, no hate , nothing but pure love . That is Claire Pure Love. I am so happy she came into my life. I will miss that smiling face, But I hope to see her again, All my Love Sweet Friend!
My Aunt Claire was and always will be, to so many of us, the epitome of integrity, lovingkindness and grace.
Her calm voice and tender smile are among my earliest memories. One day, as a new mother, she sat me at her kitchen table, while “we” filled baby Laureen’s bottles, she explained how baby got her name, telling me about her cousins in Boston, the ones she missed and loved so much. Her joy, ease and patience taught me about being a Mom.
I was in awe of her my entire life. If I live to be 100, the sound of her voice will remain with me. When she said, I love you, you knew she truly meant it. She laughed and taught me joyfulness, she stood up for me, and she taught me confidence in myself. My Aunt was the always the coolest, most fashionably chic, facinating adult in the room ! Her kindness altered my life. She was the only person who was undaunted by my teen challenges, she even let me drive her beloved Falcon! I’ve heard it said that “beauty is only skin deep, not the beauty of my Aunt Claire! Her beauty was from the deepest of her heart and soul. Her pillars to the heavens are built of her kindness and quiet faith that lifted us ever closer to being on the lighted path to the Creator. I am ever so thankful to you, Auntie, for having you in my life.
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