Claudette was born May 13, 1973 to the late Regina Hill and Claudoius West.
Claudette loved Camden, gaining the nickname Poogie. She attended Lanning Square Elementary School, Camden High School (which she graduated from) and some college. Claudette was very loyal, working under Altman Housing Management her entire life. Claudette was also a bartender, working at what is now known as Romans Irish Pub but everybody knows the bar as Pats.
What comes to your mind when you sit and remember Claudette? Is it her loyalty? Honesty? Her being a hard worker? Maybe it's of her being a Lady Boss! She would joke and say "I pay the cost to be the boss" lol Does her humor come to mind when you think of her?? Do you become motivated by her words? Her actions? Her advice? She gave alot of advice. She helped alot of people. She joked around alot but she also knew how and when to be serious.
Claudette absolutely loved visits. She loved company. She was a easily reliable, laid back, relatable people person. She welcomed anybody with open arms and judged no one. Everyone loved her positive vibes. Everyone felt welcomed at her home. Claudette was sadly diagnosed with Lupas 6 years ago and received a heart transplant on this exact same day 5 years ago as well.
She leaves to cherish in her memories her daughters Nyasia and Pauline of Camden. Her three sisters Gee Gee, Esha, and Capri of Camden. A friend Mark Henderson of Camden. And a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and other friends who will miss her dearly and equally. Claudette was an will always be....loved and a phenomenal woman.