Kelly Dockery

1982 ∼ 2021

Sandy mcgee of Osterville ma wrote:

Kelly, you were the sweetest nurse! Always laughing and willing to help... you will be missed so much .. you were a beautiful person inside and out. Your babies will miss you... WHY? I wish I knew your pain.. we all loved you... Sandy

LaPorchia Philamar of Centerville, Ma wrote:

Kelly Words can’t explain how sad and hurt I was to hear of your passing. I remember how much fun we had always laughing at work. You are a beautiful person, a great mom, and you are missed. May you rest in heaven, God certainly gained an Angel. ❤️

Bryony Scudder of Centerville Ma wrote:

Sending love to all of you in this tragic time. You are in our prayers. Bryony and Ryan Scudder

Alexandra Sdoucos of Boca Raton, FL wrote:

Dear Mrs. Thatcher and Thatcher family, thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing your dear, sweet Kelly with us. She was one of the warmest people that I have ever met in my life and she was always a pleasure to be around. Her belly laugh was infectious and almost as endearing as her insatiable love of chicken fingers. I’m hard pressed to recall a memory from high school that did not feature Kelly in some way. She was a wonderful, and fiercely loyal friend and although we would go years without seeing one another each time we reconnected it felt like a piece of me found its way home. I will truly miss her. Rest in peace.

Mark Murphy of Hingham wrote:

My sincere condolences. I will always remember Kelly’s infectious smile and how she made everyone around her happy.

Christel Clark of Yarmouth MA wrote:

Rest in peace Kelly you will be missed by many sorry to your family who will miss you so much shine down beautiful

Cre’ Dorey of Hyannis, MA wrote:

Dear MaryBeth, Meg and family, Words can’t express how sad I feel for your great loss. Kelly’s wonderful spirit will be missed. Cre

Deb Donovan of Harwich MA wrote:

To All the Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of Kelly on and off the field hockey field and in the classroom. I hope your memories of her bring you some peace at this time. Be Well, Deb

Nicole Vardakis ( Theoharidis) of Harwich MA wrote:

My heart goes out to you and your family Meg. Kel always gave me a big hug whenever I ran into her at the hospital. We would share a lot of laughs.She always had a big,compassionate heart and she loved showing me pictures of her kids.I know this is so very hard for you and your family. My heart is with you and her children. I am here for you Meg& your family. I am praying for Kelly and you all. Much love, Nicole Theo

Jim Hoar of Yarmouthport. Ma. 02675 wrote:

MaryBeth. Megan. Joey. Lindsay. Matt My most deepest condolences to all of you for your sudden loss. There are no words that can adequately express my deepest sympathy to all of you. Your faith and love for each other will be your strongest support system There is no doubt Kelly and Dad are working on some basketball plays. Fred the head coach - Kelly his top assistant Much love

Nancy Crimmins Warner of Yarmouthport, MA wrote:

There are no words......praying for all of you. I saw Kelly a couple of months ago at CCH. It was so wonderful to see her as an accomplished RN and mother. Thinking of you hoping the support of family and faith will provide some relief. Much love ~ Nancy Warner

Marion (Warner) of Marblehead, MA wrote:

Kelly is surely with Mr Thacher shining down on all of you. Keep the faith and stay in the moment. Sending all of the love, Marion (Warner)

Marion of Marblehead, MA wrote:

Whoops wanted to add: I’ll always remember our “Be Our Guest” (From Beauty & the Beast) dance routine from the Mattacheese Middle School talent show. We worked so hard on that hilarious dance routine

Angelina Raneo Chilaka of Harwich wrote:

Dear MaryBeth and Family, I would like to express my deepest sympathy to the entire Thacher Family. I will always treasure the years that I spent with Fred and Kelly and will remember their kind hearts and gentle spirits. God Bless. Angie Chilaka and Family

Linda McDonald of Mashpee wrote:

Kelly always smiled and showed so much kindness to her patients. They truly loved her. I worked with Kelly for a few years and she was not only a beautiful young lady but so proud of her baby girls. She will be so sadly missed

Lisa Kingston of Onset, MA wrote:

In addition to being a kind nurse and a wonderful advocate for her patients, Kelly was a great mother to her girls. She loved sharing stories about them as she flew around the unit helping everyone else out. I like to believe that she will be very busy in heaven sharing her wonderful spirit. Praying for you and your family, especially your girls. With Fond Memories, Lisa K.

Gordon Clark of Yarmouthport MA wrote:

Mary Beth and family so very sorry to hear of Kelly’s untimely passing. My deepest condolences. She will be with Fred now. I am so sorry Blessings of piece and comfort to your family

Tim Barker of Cape Cod, MA wrote:

RIP Kelly. I only really knew you through my sister, but had PE with your Dad way back when. My sincere condolences to the Thatcher family, and God bless her girls and husband.

brianna balboni of Yarmouth port wrote:

We are so sorry to hear of Kelly’s passing. Sending all our love to the Thachers in this painful time. There are no words to ease the pain but we are thinking of you and hope you find comfort in knowing she is in a better place. Remembering Kelly’s smile fondly. Xo Balboni family

Kara Stone of Centerville MA wrote:

Dearest Thachers, I’ve been trying to find the words to adequately express what I’m feeling in my heart. My family loves your entire family like our own. I keep thinking about all the special moments shared with Kelly throughout the years. She was gorgeous in every way. She is so deeply missed. I know she is with Fred now and I hope that brings you some peace during this difficult time. My deepest condolences to all of you. All my love, Kara

Benjamin Clow of Sandwich, Ma wrote:

I am just learning right now-February 21 at 5:15, of Kelly’s passing. The news came to me through reading the cape cod times obituaries. Our family is heartbroken to hear this news and we send our best wishes to Mrs. Thacher, Mrs. Sharpe, Mr. Duarte, Matthew (who my sister Hope went to high school with) and the rest of your family. I will pray for Kelly and possibly book a mass intention for her at my earliest opportunity.

Mariah Martin of FL wrote:

Rest in Peach Kelly. Way too young. Your dad will be excited to see you. Love, the Ebbett Family

Richard & Mary Syver of East Dennis MA wrote:

Mary Beth and family. Mary and I want to send our thoughts and prayers to all of you at this time.

Bruce and Gael Gilmore of Centerville, MA wrote:

Our deepest sympathy goes out to all of the Thacher and Dockery families. We remember Kelly well from the days when Lyndsay and Erin were the best of friends and swim teammates at the YMCA. Such a terrible loss of a lovely and vibrant young woman. You’re in our prayers.

Erica Switzer of Tarpon Springs, FL wrote:

Kelly was the big sister I never “had” but always had all the same. Growing up, the Thacher house was my home away from home and Kelly was always there for me in every way a big sister could be. From silly dance parties to deep talks, stealing clothes (yup - totally guilty) to advice on boys - Kelly and I pretty much always saw the world in the same way - a stage, an adventure, living in the now. I will never forget a moment that Coach Thacher and I had one day when I walked into the house with dark maroon lipstick and black eyeliner on (likely a girls night out for all you can eat salad and breadsticks at Olive Garden). Coach brought me over to a beautiful picture of Kelly blown up. She had a white tank top on, beach in the background, absolutely stunning. I. The bottom right corner was a picture of Kelly as well (clearly younger) with dark maroon lipstick and dark black eye liner. Coach said “you see this beautiful girl? No need for all that mess on your face. Don’t cover your natural beauty.” I saw myself in Kelly in that moment and also saw the pride her Father had in her; uncontainable and bursting out of him from every angle. I’ve carried that moment with me my whole life and I’ve even passed the similar “lesson” onto my daughters using the same method. Kelly was a beautiful soul inside and out. Her insatiable thirst for life allowed her to live it to its fullest - a big being that would light up every room she walked into. I love you Kel and I will miss you terribly. I find peace knowing you are with Coach, united once again and waiting for us on the other side. #fallenangel Love Erica (Lil Sis)

Ian and Alissa Ryan of St. Petersburg, Florida wrote:

Cuz, I'll miss you, and will never stop loving you.

Carol Pollard Ndeti - Plimoth Patuxet of New Bedford, MA wrote:

Megan, My condolences to you and your family. Carol~

Heart Patient of Cotuit wrote:

To Kelly & Family I send you my Sincerest of Sympathies... Kelly had been my Nurse prior to my Open Heart (Complicated) Surgery& She Was The Most Heart Warming Nurse - sharing stories of herself, her family and yes her Dad... as my Family shared our families story of Siblings-Harwich Summers - & the loss of a Sibling With Heart Complications..... She was so caring and understanding as she put my family at ease.... Kelly I can’t Thank You Enough for your calming ways, you ease of comfort & just YOU KELLY... I will forever be grateful for YOU... Kelly’s Family & Daughters Your Daughter & Mom Was & Still Is A Nurse Of Big Stature & I Only Hope That As She Has Joined Her Dad Above That She Finds Comfort & Surrounds You All With Her New Position With Her “Rays Of Sunshine” “Angel Nurse” Thank You Kelly

The Comfort Man, Inc of Mashpee, MA wrote:

The Comfort Man family sends it's deepest and most heartfelt sympathy to the Thatcher And Dockery family as they mourn the loss of Kelly, may god wrap his loving arms around Peyton, Khloe and Willow

Stacy Dwyer of Marstons Mills, MA wrote:

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you and please let me know if there is anything at all you need but most importantly look for the perfect cardinal and that will be Kelly letting you know she is with you and watching over everyone especially those precious little girls

Donna Lapsley of West Dennis. Ma wrote:

I am so Very Sorry for the Loss of your Precious and Beautiful Daughter ♥️Kelly♥️ She was one of my Sons favorite nurses. He had open heart surgery due to complications of his Heroin Addiction. Sending Positive Thoughts Energy and Prayers to comfort you on this Difficult Journey ♥️

Leon D Narbonne Jr. of yarmouth port wrote:

Kelly, You were an amazing woman with a special heart, so many memories together!! You will be greatly missed and forever loved. Rest Peacefully with your Dad, we now have a new angel looking over us. Love you

Harry C Ryan of Brielle, N.J. 08730 wrote:

May perpetual light shine upon Kelly. She was a wonderful Mom and caring for her patients always a family person and great athlete who really had a way to make it happen. She will be missed by her family and friends.

Tripp of Mt Pleasant SC wrote:

I knew Kelly she was so Great I thought she was wonderful... My prayers are with the family with the Thatcher Family during this time

Austin Keane of Mashpee, MA wrote:

Mary Beth and Family, My heart and prayers are with your family and Kelly’s family during this time. I remember Kelly when she came to Riverview School to see her mom. Please know that I will keep you and your family in my prayers. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face; the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again, Austin

Lynne Jones of Bourne, MA wrote:

I am a grandmother to one of the children in Khloe's class. I would see Kelly sometimes at drop off and usually at pick up. Most recently the children would go to the baseball field next door and play after school. This is where I had some lovely conversations with Kelly. My heartfelt condolences to all, I did not know her well, but knew her well enough to see she was special.

Mary Childress of Harwich, MA wrote:

I am so terribly sorry to hear of Kelly’s death. I remember her as a compassionate, fun-loving student and loyal friend; a young lady with many talents. I witnessed, first hand, the growth of the Thacher children and the love of family that always warmed my heart. I know that she was carefully nurtured and encouraged to to be her best self and I hope that wonderful memories and loving smiles will help you all through the next weeks and months to deal with the sadness. My heart and prayers are with you all.

Donna Price of Sandwich, Ma. wrote:

I had the honor of working with Kelly in the CV ICU. Kelly was a compassionate and skilled ICU RN. Her patients were very well cared for and she took care of the patients families as well keeping them aware of their loved ones status. I will keep her memory alive in my heart. Kelly you were a warrior in fighting to help your critically ill patients recover. I will never forget you, Rest In Peace, your friend always Donna P

Cousin CJ Petrillo of Zavalla Texas wrote:

Marybeth & Family, I remember Kelly at our Knollwood Drive house, she was in my garden and loved playing with the little Gray water bugs we would find under leaves. That’s what we decided to call them anyway?? A Few years later trying to catch the little chipmunks at Shadow Lake condo. Never was able to catch one. I told her if I ever did, I would send it to her. She asked me for many years at Thanksgiving if I ever got one. The last time was at Megan’s wedding. The things kids remember. So sorry MB Miss ya....

Ashley Wade of Harwich MA / Dover NH wrote:

Kelly was magnetic - kind, funny, beautiful. I was blessed to call her a friend. I remember looking up to her the way a little sister would look up to someone. She was a year older but about 10 years cooler. Her kindness and friendship was truly a gift to a quirky, braces-clad middle schooler like me. She let me borrow her jeans which was about the edgy I ever felt in my life! Lol. And she came to school with me in my 7th grade year to check out the girls playing ball and the general vibe of harwich. Of course her dad was a huge part of my life and Kelly was a beast on the court. By the time I got to HHS, Kel was already running the joint and I was so grateful to already call her friend and teammate. I have a photo of us together with our other friend Kim Craft when we were on the road for one of our AAU tournaments the first year we played (I rode the bench) and now both of those precious people are gone. I’m praying for her whole family, but especially the 3 beautiful children she left here on earth.

Annette Hood of Sandwich ma wrote:

Oh my heart goes out to Kelly’s 3 beautiful girls. I can’t get them out of my head since I heard the news today. I was lucky enough to have Peyton and Khloe afternoons at preschool and loved taking a peek at willlow in the baby carrier at pick up. Kelly was always so very kind and appreciative when picking them up and I could tell she was a great mom. As I am reading her obituary I begin to realize I knew her mom and dad when I worked at camp Lyndon as a swim instructor. I was only a junior in high school and Kelly was probably two years old. Life sure makes one big circle on Cape Cod. My prayers go out to her family and those precious little girls. Be strong for your mom girls and always hold her close in your hearts. She will always love you.

David Gallagher of N. Harwich wrote:

Mary Beth, Megan, Lyndsay, Joe, Matty - I was shocked to learn of Kelly's passing. My deepest condolences on her loss...Kelly was good friends with my daughter Sarah, two peas in a pod, so to speak, such beautiful young ladies...they were stars on Fred's basketball team. May your fondest memories of Kelly help you thru this time of loss...I'm so sorry, Kelly always holds a special place in my heart...

Cheree Bellofatto of Cotuit wrote:

Our condolences to all of you. We are part of your Bridgeview family. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

The Laurinos (Jesse, Vickie, & Leah) of Forestdale MA wrote:

We didn’t know Kelly Very well, But the Dockerys moved into the house behind us maybe 2? Years ago now, and right away we loved them as neighbors! They all were so kind and nice. We did get to know Brian more as we would see him out in the yard more and started talking more and more. Kelly and the girls we had met and talked to a few times, they were so sweet, but every time she always said if we ever needed anything then never hesitate to ask or come run over and knock on the door, same with Brian. And we would do the same in return. We would watch Out for each other’s houses if we went on vacation. We would keep an eye on each other And help each other like neighbors should! I would love hearing those little girls laughing and playing outside in the yard though, with Kelly laughing too and chasing them around. She loved those girls dearly and was a wonderful mother and wife. We offer our sincere condolences to those 3 beautiful girls and Brian. You guys are in our thoughts, and will still be there to help with anything we can! ❤️

Lisa Crary (Gaska) of East Dennis, MA wrote:

Marybeth...... my heart breaks for you

Louis Parke of Hyannis Ma wrote:

Seeing her at camp. Doing swimming lessons. Her and her sister sitting with me when my father died.

Nina Murphy of East Falmouth MA wrote:

I worked with Kelly at CCH, she had a great sense of humor and always had us all laughing at the desk. She loved her girls and would always show me the newest pictures of them, and update me on all their little antics. My heart breaks for her girls and for her family, may there be some comfort to know she was loved by many. With my deepest sympathy, Nina Murphy

Lilla Laffey of Brewster, MA wrote:

Kelly’s beautiful smile and friendliness will be missed by everyone. My thought and prayers are with her children and family. You will be sadly missed.

Allison MacLeod of Scituate, MA wrote:

I am so saddened to hear of Kelly's passing. I have so many fond memories of her and coach Thacher from high school and our basketball playing days. Kelly was not only beautiful, she was kind, funny, and inclusive of everyone around her. My thoughts are with you all.