Daiane LaClair

Obituary of Daiane Corena LaClair

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Daiane Corena LaClair Corena was born in Brazil July 21st, 1993, and passed on April 20th, 2024, at home in Stratford, CT. She left behind her husband Kadir Bulut, her biological brother Daniel Anthony LaClair, her parents Timothy John LaClair and his wife Sabina Natosha LaClair who had adopted them both on January 19th, 2009. Corena attended Oneidion Baptist Institute where she learned the entire bible by heart, was very athletic where she was on the basketball and soccer team. She was also in the choir where they used to travel the east coast doing events for donations to the school. Corena then graduated on May 14th , 2011. She then came up to CT because she loved how diverse the area was when she had an event in Stamford, CT making the tri-state area her home, in particular Norwalk, CT. She was a hard worker anywhere she went whether it was for bartending, waitressing, cruise lines, and fishing boats. She was kind, sweet, funny, caring, respectful, genuine, loving, energetic, hyper, and loud. She visited over a dozen states and a hand full of countries because traveling and experiencing life was her style. She was always on the go but always came back to Norwalk, CT. She knew how to live life to the fullest. She was loved by many such as Jonathan Fortier, Stephie Meckley, Ishwa Entzminger Sr, Luz Alvarez, Nicole Giadino, Al Trusewicz, and their families. Services will be held at Raymond Funeral Home, 5 East Wall Street in Historic Norwalk. The Wake will be Sunday May 5th, 2024, at 4pm-8pm. The Burial service will be Wednesday May 8th meeting directly at Riverside Cemetery in Norwalk, CT 11:00am. Repass will be private to her closest circle. All memorial donations will be received by her best friend Jonathan Fortier. Corena Forever young. Gone too soon and never will be forgotten. Our guardian angel.

LaClair Burial

11:00 am
Wednesday, May 8, 2024
Riverside Cemetery
81 Riverside Ave
Norwalk, Connecticut, United States
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1993 - 2024

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