Fred-Clavio, Jr.-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Richard J. Modell Funeral Home & Cremation Services - Homer Glen

Fred Clavio, Jr.

Jan 6, 1940 - Nov 30, 2021 (Age 81)

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John, our deepest sympathy to you and your family for the loss of your Dad. A great man with a life well lived. May the love of your family and friends ease your sorrow.

Deepest sympathy, thoughts & prayers to the family.

I will miss Fred! Always enjoyed his smile and humor! My sympathy to Camille and their family.

Sorry to here the news, thought and prayers for the family.

Our sympathy and special prayers for Fred and all his family and friends.

Q only knew you for a short time R I P

I am so sorry for your loss. It is always too soon! He sounded like an amazing man and incredible father♥

We are going to miss the calming voice, wry smile & quick wit that we have come to know over the past 15+ years. Rest in peace, dear Fred.
Love & prayers to Camille & the entire Clavio family.


Fred's Obituary

Fred Clavio, Jr., age 81, U.S. Army Veteran, of Orland Park, resident of Smith Crossing; beloved husband of Camille (nee Stojak); loving father of Peggy (Mike) Pratt, Michael (Sharon) and John (Andrew Wright) Clavio.  Devoted grandfather of Megan (Alex) Hunt, Alex Pratt, Gina, Jennifer and Joseph (Emily) Clavio.  Dear brother of Norman (Barbara), Beverly (the late James) Hansen and Wayne (Maureen) Clavio.  Favorite uncle to many nieces and nephews.  

Funeral Monday 8:45am from RICHARD J MODELL FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES, 12641 W. 143rd Street, Homer Glen to St. Francis of Assisi Church, Mass 9:30am.  The Mass can be viewed online by clicking the following link (

Interment Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery.

Visitation Sunday 2pm to 8pm.

To sign the physical guest book, please click the following link (  This information will not be displayed online and will only be printed in the actual guest book.

Retired UFCW President, Local 546/1540; Founding member of St. Francis of Assisi Parish and Usher Coordinator, St. Vincent DePaul Society and CRHP Leader.  Fred coached various youth teams including baseball and volleyball.  He also enjoyed golf, bowling, poker, cards, Chicago Cubs and chair volleyball.

In lieu of flowers donations to Misericordia Heart of Mercy ( in memory of Fred are appreciated.

For further information 708-301-3595. 

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