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Claudia A Black

January 23, 1954 — August 31, 2023

Claudia A. Black, a woman of great creativity, friendliness, and generosity, hath departed from this mortal coil on the 31st day of August, in the year of our Lord 2023. Born in the bustling city of Los Angeles, California, on the 23rd day of January in the year 1954, Claudia's life was a testament to the beauty of human spirit and the power of love.

In the course of her life, Claudia was blessed with a loving husband, Terry Ray Black, who stood by her side in all seasons of life. Together, they brought forth two children, Robert Waldron and Mika Veinot, who in turn blessed them with seven grandchildren. Claudia also found joy in her stepchildren, Hillary and Keven Judah, who added to the richness of her life tapestry.

Claudia was the beloved sister of Dianne Crumpler and Kathleen Zane, and her kinship extended beyond blood ties, encompassing many more family members and countless friends. Her life was a grand play, filled with characters who loved and cherished her, and whom she loved and cherished in return.

Claudia's creativity was a beacon that illuminated the lives of those around her. Her friendliness was a balm to the weary, and her generosity was a testament to her boundless heart. She lived her life with a grace and dignity that was truly her own, and she left an indelible mark on the hearts of all who knew her.

In the end, Claudia A. Black passed away in the tranquil town of Travelers Rest, South Carolina, leaving behind a legacy of love, laughter, and life well-lived. Her spirit, though no longer of this world, continues to inspire and uplift those who were fortunate enough to have known her.

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