Camille (DelPrincipe) Brayton

Died: Sun., Oct. 28, 2007

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Camille (DelPrincipe) Brayton, 53, of Plymouth, wife of Warren C. Brayton, died Sunday at her home.Camille was born Nov. 24, 1953 in Waterbury, CT.She was the daughter of the late Camillo and Josephine (Mucci) DelPrincipe.She was a native of Waterbury moving to Plymouth 32 years ago. Camille graduated from Kennedy High School in Waterbury and then graduated Magna Cum Laude from Central Connecticut State University in New Britain. She was a foreign language teacher for the Waterbury School System, most recently at J.F. Kennedy High School.Camille was a communicant of St. Casimir Church, Terryville and a member of the Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society. Camille was a devoted wife and mother who was an excellent cook and enjoyed family gatherings.She loved gardening, crocheting, traveling to fairs and festivals, music, shopping, and playing cards and games with family and friends.She had a quiet way about her, and a big heart for all who were fortunate enough to know her.Besides her husband she leaves, three children, Heather Brayton, Daniel Brayton, and Cayla Brayton all of Plymouth; two brothers, Robert DelPrincipe of Naugatuck and Francis DelPrincipe of East Granby; her sister, Rosemarie Drignat of Pickerington, OH; several nieces, nephews, friends, and the Kennedy High School staff and studentsFuneral services will be held Wednesday 10:30a.m from the Scott Funeral Home, 169 Main St., Terryville to St. Casimir Church for a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00.Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Terryville.Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday evening from 5 -8p.m.Memorial donations may be made to the Kennedy High School Foreign Language Dept., 422 Highland Ave., Waterbury, CT06708Attn: Dr. Paolino

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dede "bird" connelly

warren...i am so sorry to hear of your soul mate's passing. i will never understand why god needs more angels there...than we do here. "death " is a heartache, that no-one can heal... "love" is a memory, no-one can steal.

Joan Festa

To Rosemarie and family...

Please accept our deepest sympathies upon your loss.



Joan Festa (St. Lucy's School classmate of yours) and daughter, Amanda Bennett


Debbie and Steve Henry and family

Uncle Warren,Daniel,Heather and Cayla,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all!! I love you all so much and I am thankful for our recent time together. Aunt Camille will be truly missed!! Please know that I wish we could be there with you.


Arber Tasimi

Mrs. Brayton inspired me in ways which I myself cannot explain. I am currently a college freshman and have taken both Italian and life lessons from her which are invaluable. She will be truly missed, but her legacy, on the other hand, will never be forgotten. She lived a good life, fought a tough battle and touched a lot of lives - and I was one of them.

Jennifer Weigold

Very sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the whole family during this difficult time.



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