OBITUARY

Belita Brion Endaya

October 22, 1946February 8, 2019
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Belita Brion Endaya, 72, of Westbrook, passed away at home on February 8, 2019 surrounded by her loving family. Belita was born on October 22, 1946 to Wenceslao Bienvenida Brion and Crispina Silva in Lipa City, Philippines. She was a loving mother and dedicated wife to her husband, Alvaro Endaya. She received her Bachelor’s degree at University of St. Thomas in the Philippines and received her Master’s Degree at the University of Hartford. She was employed at Travelers Insurance company for 18 years and later became an independent Business Consultant.

Belita enjoyed cooking as well as arts & crafts. She was very dedicated to her Catholic faith. She was greatly involved with volunteering for St. Vincent DePaul charities. She was also a Eucharistic minister. She enjoyed spending time with her family most of all.

Belita will be greatly missed by her beloved husband, Alvaro Endaya and her children: Allan Endaya, Asheville, NC, Alma & Josh Murphy, Westbrook, and Alleli & Mark Ferland, Macon, GA. In addition, her grandchildren: Tristen, Kane, Kreed, Ammeree, and Trinity Endaya, Kali Endaya & Seth Rowe, Alyssa and Mark Paul Ferland. In addition, her siblings: Divinia & Romeo Abracosa, the late Larry S. Brion, Arnulfo & Evelyn Brion, Wencie & Emma Brion, Marvin & Jocelyn Brion, Edwin S. Brion, Emelie B. DiNonno & the late William J. DiNonno. She will also be missed by her 14 nieces and nephews as well as her friends.

Calling hours will be held on Monday, February 11, 2019 from 5pm to 8pm at Swan Funeral Home, 80 East Main Street, Clinton. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at 11a.m. at St. Mary’s Church of Visitation, 54 Grove Street, Clinton, with burial to immediately follow at Resurrection Cemetery, Horse Hill Road, Westbrook.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Calling Hours Monday, February 11, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, February 13, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Burial
REMEMBERING

Belita Brion Endaya

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Emelie DiNonno

February 12, 2019

Thank you again Ate Belit for your unwavering support for our entire family when we immigrated to this country and for my own family when my husband passed on. It's hard to imagine how someone like you with your own busy family life and career could just keep on sharing and giving. My family will always remember how you and Kuya Ito made us feel... well-cared for and loved. Your compassionate, generous heart and kind nature will never be forgotten. Goodbye for now Ate....

Alleli Ferland

February 12, 2019

Arlynn Brion

February 11, 2019

Tita ( Aunt) Belit will always be in my heart and in the hearts of so many. She is very gracious and so loving. She opened her doors for me and my family in 1992 when we first moved to the US from the Philippines. Eventhough we never met in person until the time that we moved in with her family in Enfield, CT, she made us feel loved and she welcomed us with open arms. I will never forget how she taught us the value of family, how important to have each others back and to cherish each and every moment we have together. Although we don't see each other very often, she always makes sure we are in contact even for a quick hello thru facebook messenger. Tita Belit, thank you for EVERYTHING! You will be missed and you will forever be in our hearts.

To Kuya Allan, Ate Alma, Ate Alleli.... thank you also for sharing Tita Belit with us. She is a great person (mom, sister, aunt, grandma, friend) to all of us!

Love,
Arlynn Brion

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