Claire Aubin

November 24, 2012

Aubin, Claire Obituary

Marie Ann Claire Aubin was born in Cite de la Petite Riviere de l’Artibonite, Haiti on July 14, 1924. She was the only child to the parents Lucie Degand and Lesage Grand Pierre.

Claire attended and was a graduate of l’Ecole des Soeurs de Petion-Ville. May 1944, she married Michel Aubin, then elected as Governor of l’Artibonite. Their marriage was blessed with 12 children. Today, she is survived by 6 of her children, Micheline Aubin-Crispin, Rose Marie Guerrier, Jean-Claude Aubin, Jacqueline Aubin, Lionel Aubin, Fritz Gerald Aubin.

Her love with being a Seamstress came from her Successful Completion at Cours d’Economic domestique. From then on Mme Michael, supported many family and friends with her craft by making wedding dresses, bridesmaids dresses, prom dresses, communion dresses, and also supported her grandchildren with making pom-pom uniforms for their schools.

Marie Ann Claire Aubin was born in Cite de la Petite Riviere de l’Artibonite, Haiti on July 14, 1924. She was the only child to the parents Lucie Degand and Lesage Grand Pierre.

Claire attended and was a graduate of l’Ecole des Soeurs de Petion-Ville. May 1944, she married Michel Aubin, then elected as Governor of l’Artibonite. Their marriage was blessed with 12 children. Today, she is survived by 6 of her children, Micheline Aubin-Crispin, Rose Marie Guerrier, Jean-Claude Aubin, Jacqueline Aubin, Lionel Aubin, Fritz Gerald Aubin.

Her love with being a Seamstress came from her Successful Completion at Cours d’Economic domestique. From then on Mme Michael, supported many family and friends with her craft by making wedding dresses, bridesmaids dresses, prom dresses, communion dresses, and also supported her grandchildren with making pom-pom uniforms for their schools.

In 1971, she moved to the United States. During the course of 5-10 years she was able to bring all her children from Haiti to the USA. She obtained her citizenship in the USA in 1995. For many years she worked the Sheraton Hotel as a Seamstress and proudly retired April 1991.
 
During the 1980’s she lead Sacred Heart Church, located at 16th & Park Rd., through service, choir, and with strong leadership along side Priests and Pastors she had known along the way, supporting the Haitian community in Washington, DC and Maryland. “Grandma Claire”, “Mme Michel”, “Mommom” as her family and friends remember her, was a lady who’s life was devoted to God & service to her community. She nurtured all who came to her for kindness, patience, humor, comfort, lessons in life and at many times with support through prayers of encouragement.

She is also survived by her grandchildren Patrick Aubin, Evens Charles, Jonathon Alexander Rose, Marjorie Crispin-Crawford, Chantel Crispin, Sophia Guerrier-Gray, Gathy Guerrier-Antoine, Emmanuel Guerrier, Lionel Aubin, Jr., Shirley Aubin, Jean Aubin, Shirley Toussaint-Greaux, Mary Toussaint-Grey, Marco Gary Toussaint, Michael Aubin, Jessica Aubin; over 27 Great-grandchildren, nephew, nieces and many other loving relatives and friends.

Mommom, we will forever miss you and thank you for your guidance and support. Because of you, we have memories to last a lifetime. You will be in our hearts and in our mind.

On Saturday, December 1:
Viewing - Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Washington (map/directions) - 9:00 a.m.
Funeral Service - Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Washington - 10:00 a.m.
Repast - Community Academy Public Charter School, Washington

On Monday, December 3:
Burial - Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Silver Spring (map/directions) - 9:30 a.m.




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December 1, 2012

Viewing - Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Washington - 9:00 a.m.

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December 1, 2012

Funeral Service - Sacred Heart Catholic Church - 10:00 a.m.

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December 1, 2012

Repast - Community Academy Public Charter School, Washington

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December 3, 2012

Burial - Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Silver Spring - 9:30 a.m.


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