OBITUARY

Claire Julia Prion

November 28, 1920March 1, 2012

Claire J. Prion, 91, of Naples passed away at Avow Hospice on March 1, 2012. Formerly of Stamford, Connecticut, she was born in 1920 in Ecaussines, Belgium. Claire and her husband, Alex, lived in Bruxelles until 1960 when they immigrated to the US with their eldest son, Guy. She was a homemaker until 1981 when she joined her husband and second son, Alain, in the family business, Le Shack Restaurant, in Cos Cob, Connecticut. Retiring in 1990 she and Alex enjoyed taking care of their 3 Grandchildren and cruising to Bermuda, Alaska and returning to Belgium to visit family. Claire and Alex moved to Naples in December of 2007. Claire was predeceased by her husband, Alex, and eldest son, Guy, of Spring, Texas. She is survived by her loving son, Alain, of Naples, daughter-in-law Kathy, of Spring, Texas and 3 Grandchildren, Lauren, Allison and Louis of Connecticut.

Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service on Tuesday March 13 at 10am at Hodges Funeral Home at Naples Memorial Gardens, 525 111th Ave N. Naples, Fl.

In Lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial donations to Avow Hospice 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, Fl 34105

Services

  • Memorial Service Tuesday, March 13, 2012
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Josianne Dtone

April 23, 2012

Alain, I just found out about the loss of your dear mother and I extend my sympathy to you and yours. My parents Armand and Germaine Mathieu were so fond of your mother, your dad and of course you also. Sincerely, Josianne Stone

Sharon & family

March 14, 2012

Louis, so sorry to hear of your grandma's passing. She will be dearly missed. Romans 15:33

March 8, 2012

Alain,
I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Your mother was a warm, gracious person with a ready smile and delightful sense of humor. (I recall her recounting of an unusual cruise she took with your dad.) My last remembrances of her were at your bistro. Be assured of my prayers for her sweet repose.
Msgr. Leon Mosko

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