Clarabelle Mae Kaufman

November 30, 1932 - September 6, 2016
Clarabelle Mae Kaufman

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Clarabelle Mae Kaufman, 92, of Williamsburg, passed away on Tuesday, September 6, 2016. Clarabelle worked at Williamsburg Drug as a cashier for 25 years. She enjoyed crossword puzzles and spending time with her dogs.  She is preceded in death by her husband, Lawrence H Kaufman Sr.; and son, Lawrence H. Kaufman Jr. Clarabelle is survived by her daughter, Sandra Hallock; grandchildren, Nicholas Hallock, Annette Kaufman-Horner, Carol Kaufman, several great grandchildren; and many great-great grandchildren.  Funeral services are private.

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  • September 10, 2016
    Gloria Jones says:
    Sandy, I extend to you my heartfelt sympathy after seeing you Mom's obituary. I pray that GOD will sustain and give you the strength and peace doing this difficult time. Trust and lean on GOD, HE is not going to leave you comfortless.

  • September 12, 2016
    Nina Smith says:
    Oh my. Clara was my rock at the Pharmacy counter at WDC. She was so excited to come to work everyday. Her family always came first and I will say that she always came first at WDC. RIP Clara.

  • September 12, 2016
    Laura Reiley says:
    Dear Sandy and Annette, that was one special lady. I only met her a couple times, but I always kind of thought of her as my secret grandma, the one I would have chosen if you could do such things! I hope you both take good care of yourselves during this time of flux. Sandy, I sure hope my daughter is as devoted to me as you were to your mom!

  • September 19, 2016
    Emily says:
    I am very sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you in this difficult time. I hope you may find comfort at Revelation 21:4, “And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” We can look forward to the time when God will take away all reasons for distress and he even gives us a hope of a resurrection. (Acts 24:15) If you’d like to learn more about this beautiful hope, you can visit