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Claire M. Scavone

Updated: Jan 15, 2023


Claire Marie (Killilea) Scavone, 66, passed away peacefully January 4, 2023. Born in Framingham on July 4, 1956, she was the only child of Francis & Evelyn Marie (Vautour) Killilea.

Claire was raised in Framingham, Massachusetts and later relocated to East Longmeadow, Massachusetts as a high school student. She worked at Milton Bradley where she met the love of her life, Gerard Scavone. They married in August of 1979 and spent just shy of 40 happy and loving years together. Claire's fondest times were always spent at the family cottage on Cape Cod. She would always refer to this as her happy place; and many lovely memories were made there with Gerry.

Along with her beloved husband, Gerry, she was predeceased by her parents Frank and Evelyn.

Claire is survived by her brothers-in-law, Bill Scavone & his wife Mia of NJ and Daniel Scavone & his wife Paula of NH, nephews & nieces, Brian & his wife Noosha, Kristen, Christina, William, Jennifer, and great nephew, Griffin. She is also survived by her cousin,Kathi Bertenshaw & her husband Pete of Arizona and their children, Andrew, Lauren & Ashley.

Funeral services will begin Wednesday, January 18, 10:30 a.m. at Tazzini Funeral Home, 22 Locust Street in Springfield, proceeding to Claire’s noontime Graveside Service at Hillcrest Park Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial contribution to the National Kidney Foundation at www.Kidney.org/Donate.

Please visit www.TazziniFuneralHome.com for condolences.

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sfitzgerald
Jan 16, 2023

Every time I look outside, I'm gonna miss seeing you on the steps. We had many good times together that I'll never forget. No more pain my friend. With love, Sharon.

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kathleen.bertenshaw
Jan 15, 2023

Rest sweetly in eternal peace my dear cousin. I'm so grateful we were able to say our goodbyes and give you hugs. You were like my older sister growing up and I will always cherish our childhood memories of time spent on the Cape. You loved to play the part of a tough chick but I know you had a heart of gold and cared deeply for those important to you. I will miss your smart and funny remarks but am thankful you are no longer suffering. Love you. Kath

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