Dr. Estelle Jane Clasing
Gifted and Dedicated Missionary
In December of 1929, specifically December 4th, a beautiful baby girl was born in Baltimore, Maryland to Alfred and Mary Clasing. She was born into a very loving family. She had 12 siblings who preceded her in death, six brothers: William, Earnest, Alfred Jr., Carroll, Harold, Bernard, and six sisters: Elizabeth, Ruth, Alberta, Mildred, June, and Alice. She is survived by two sisters in law: Joyce and Georgia Clasing as well as a host of nephews, nieces, grandnephews and grandnieces.
Dr. Estelle Jane Clasing was a gifted and dedicated missionary, ministering under the auspices of the Grace and Hope Mission. At the time of her death, she was the President of the Grace and Hope Mission. She faithfully served the Lord for 75 years. She received her Doctorate of Divinity and also a degree in Psychology. As a minister of the Gospel, she helped hundreds and hundreds of people, materially, emotionally and, most importantly, spiritually. She will be greatly missed.
Dr. Clasing served in the Boston area since 1966. Serving at the Grace and Hope Mission located at 1900 Columbus Ave since 1968. She touched so many all around Boston and made many friends who will miss her greatly.