Jo-Ann M. (Boudreau) Corr
1961 ∼ 2019
Linda Reed of Lakeville Ma wrote:
Nick, Alycia and family sending my deepest sympathy to you all.
Sandra Roth of Fitchburg MA wrote:
JoAnn’s wit, faith and loyalty will always be remembered. Times together filled with laughter and tears.
Francene Meuse of Camden, SC wrote:
My deepest sympathies to Nicholas and Alycia, and the rest of the family. Your cousins here in South Carolina are praying for you all. May you all know the peace and comfort promised by Christ.
Wendy Godin Hamm & Todd Hamm of Leominister, MA wrote:
There are no words to adequately express the loss that your family must be feeling. Blessings from my family to yours.
Denise Godin of Gardner, MA wrote:
I cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. My condolences to your family.
Cynthia Olson Mattison of West Greenwich RI wrote:
My deepest condolences to both the Boudreau and Corr families! My heart is heavy as we say goodbye to my dear friends. Saying that they will be missed us an understatement.
Susan Randall of Middleboro wrote:
Words cannot express how sorry I am at the lose of your mom. To me she seemed a funny, vibrant person and I hope that your memories of her will bring you comfort.
Jim of North Brookfield MA wrote:
So very sorry for your tragic loss.
Donald Watson of Louisburg, NC wrote:
Me and my wife Susan are very sad over your loss. I understand there passion for riding there motorcycle because me and my wife love riding our Harley.
Barbara Alden of Myrtle Beach S.C. wrote:
Jo-Ann was the most loving and caring lady. She was a true servent of the Lord ,and did so with an open heart. I met Jo Ann at CSCC in Bridgewater over 30 years ago, she will always be in my founded memories. Rest In Peace my friend
Linda Jackson of Pembroke wrote:
We were so sorry to hear about the accident. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone. We were also sad to hear about the passing of Pat. I have wonderful memories of working with Ernie and Pat at State St. You have our deepest condolences. Linda and David Jackson
Nancy Lucas of Lakeville wrote:
I want to offer my deepest sympathy. I live in Twin Coach and enjoyed going to our monthly lunches with Jo-ann, Pat and other women from the park. They will both be greatly missed.
Pat Zuffante of Braintree. MA wrote:
What words are there to say to you except that my heart cries for you and I pray for your peaceful acceptance of God’s plan. Your mother and sister are together on the “other side”. May your memories of them comfort you.
Evelyn DeLutis of Bridgewater wrote:
To the family of Jo-Ann and Edward Corr. I was blessed to meet them when the Corr children (Alycia and Nicholas) went to the Hunt School in Bridgewater. I remember Jo-Ann was very involved with Girl Scouts and was so pleasant to meet with a Parent-Teacher conferences. They raised their children to also be pleasant and good students. I send my deepest sympathy for this great loss to all of the Corr family.