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Claudette London Brown
  • March 31, 1942
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  • July 07, 2020

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Claudette London-Brown, age 78, died unexpectedly on July 7, 2020.

 

She was born on March 31, 1942 in Orange, NJ to parents; Frank Grom III and Irene Martel Grom. She graduated from FIU in N. Miami with a degree in Archaeology & Sociology in May 2001.

She married Joseph Brown in 1992. Claudette was a social, active woman who was deeply in involved in fundraising for the Miami Ballet and other charities for the majority of her life. She enjoyed reading, knitting and traveling. Her friends will always remember her as a lifelong student, a loving and generous person.

 

She is survived by her mother; Irene M. Grom of Sunrise, FL, her sister; Jackie Gromadski of Supply, NC, her nephew; USMC Major Christopher Gromadski, his wife; Samantha, great nieces; Shannon, Abigale, and Caitlin, great nephew; Ryan of Okinawa, Japan, sisters of choice; Carol Mink, Caryl Mann and Wendy Tayloe and beloved dog “Star”.

 

A funeral is scheduled for July 21 at 10:30 AM at Baldwin Brothers Funeral Home in Ocala. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Claudette’s life. The family would like to thank all her neighbors and friends for their support and friendship.



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Location:
Baldwin Brothers - Heritage Chapel
11250 SW 93rd Ct Rd, Suite 300, Ocala, FL 34481
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Date & Time:
July 21, 2020 at 10:30 AM


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  1. 25 Jul 2020
    Steve posted an image:
    Claudette on her final birthday. RIP :(
    Claudette on her final birthday. RIP :(

  2. 21 Jul 2020
    Chris Gromadski says:
    My Aunt Claudette lived the axiom, carpe diem. Her tales of exploring the world , shrugging off dangers untold, and searching for knowledge at every turn lit a fire in me that burns to this day. She treated me both as a son and a friend, and spoiled me rotten at every chance, largely with educational gifts, even if it was dancing on a table in a Greek restaurant. She taught me much about class and taste, and is partly responsible for my particular selection of cigars. I’d like to think I took on some of her sense of service, but would still say I have a long ways to go to rate comparison. We were privileged to know and love her.

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