Janet M. (Frasier) McCarron of Chelmsford, MA

5763 JanetMcCarron2Janet M. (Frasier) McCarron, 65, of Chelmsford died Friday April 8, 2016 at her home surrounded by her loving family after a hard fought battle with cancer.

She was the wife of the late Michael McCarron who died Nov. 20, 2011.

Born in Cambridge, MA on November 29, 1950, she was a daughter of the late James and Mary (Ferrarini) Frasier. She was raised in Somerville and attended Somerville High School.

Janet worked as a Real Estate Sales agent for many years. She retired in Jan. of 2015 from Century 21 Landmark. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, especially while watching the New England Patriots.

She is survived by two daughters, Lindsay Liccardi and her husband, Tom of Mesa, AZ, Jennifer McCarron and her husband Brian Burkett of Gilbert, AZ; her grandson, Jack Liccardi; her brother, James Frasier of Somerville, a brother in-law, Louis Campers of Chelsea; her cousin, Maryellen Velosa and her husband, Manuel of Lowell; many nieces and nephews and an abundance of close family friends.

She was predeceased by her sister, Paula Campers of Chelsea who died March 11, 2009 and her beloved dog, Roxy.

Visiting hours Thursday 3 to 7 p.m. Funeral Friday 11 a.m. at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME, 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, MA. Cremation at Merrimack Crematory. For those that wish to make contributions in her memory to the MSPCA (member # 509485) 400 Broadway, Methuen, MA 01844 617-522-7400. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.

17 Condolences for Janet M. (Frasier) McCarron of Chelmsford, MA

    Jennifer McCarron

    Mom, You and Dad fostered a love of life and laughter in our home and our hearts. Lindsay and I were so lucky to have you as parents and friends. We will continue to honor your memories by sharing our stories with anyone and everyone. We have so many inside jokes, it will be easy to keep ’em laughing. We will pass on our family traditions to Jack, his brothers and/or sisters, and Brian’s kids and eventual grandkids.

    You are so loved by so many people; we are already overwhelmed with the support of your friends and family. I will miss you everyday but I know you and Dad are with me at every step. I love you, Mom.

    Always in my heart, Jenni


    Randi Marie

    Dearest Auntie Janet,

    You were the shining light of this family and will be greatly missed by each and every one of us. We will miss seeing your eyes squint as you smile and the unforgettable sound of your laughter that followed. Laughter so catchy we just had to giggle with you.

    You lovingly took charge of family events meant to bring all of us together; cousins, aunts, uncles, sisters, brothers, daughters, sons, co-workers, and neighbors. We all shared special times with you as we grew up in your shadow. We shared baby showers, birthdays, camping trips, special advice for those unpredictable situations, wedding celebrations both near and abroad, holidays, weekends in Laconia, York Beach, ME vacations, parties, home sales, dining out for any and all occasions, watching the Patriots play, communions, Santa Joe’s knee, Elk’s Lodge events, big hugs and kisses, confirmations, christenings, shoulders to cry on, bingo games, caring heartfelt moments, and who can possibly forget singing 12 Days until your head hurt.

    You gave us love unconditionally and made life fun. We will miss you so much!

    Love you much Auntie………Your special Cat-icorn……….Randi


    Mary Slattery

    Janet was my partner at C21 Landmark, years ago. You couldn’t have a better person on your team. Lindsay and Jennifer, your parents left a great legacy.
    When I lost my sons Michael and Patrick last year, I felt I couldn’t, go on. In spite of her great losses and health problems, Janet called me and her advice, courage and kind words keeps me going on a down day. Janet, when my time comes, will you and my boys drag me up there? I need all the help I can get. You are one of the greats. May the angels lead you into paradise. Much love. Rest in peace!
    Mary Slattery, Chelmsford, Ma, Vero Beach, Florida


    Margie Dognazzi

    Jennifer and Lyndsay, your mom was a very special person as well as a good friend to me. We had many good time together, especially at York Beach. Before I learned how to drive, she took my kids and I to McDonalds for the first time back in the 60’s. Mary Ann and I will miss her more than you know. I just hope I am that strong when my turn comes. Love you much.

    Aunt Margie


    Irene McEvoy

    Jenn and Lyndsay,

    I’m so sorry to hear of your loss.
    Your mom had a great attitude during such a long ordeal.
    She always had a smile or something funny to say whenever I saw her.

    Our best to you all.
    Irene and Jim M.


    Andy Wilson

    Janet was such an inspiration to me in so many ways. As a friend she was a delight to share life’s ups and downs with, always ready to listen and share. You could always count on her for a positive outlook and a great sense of humor. As a co-worker she was such a joy to work and always had a dedication and commitment to her clients that was second to none. I always called her “the heart and soul” of Century 21 Landmark Realty because she was always the first to rally for whomever around her needed a helping hand. So many times she coordinated everyone’s efforts to help someone else in a time of need. Even in her battles with cancer she was inspiring, pressing on with unflappable determination and a ceaseless positive attitude. It was one of my life’s blessings to have known and worked with Janet, may she rest in peace.
    Andy Wilson, Chelmsford, MA


    Brenda & Steven Hillier

    My beautiful Aunt Janet,

    Knowing you has made me the outgoing person I am today. Your positive attitude and smile was always with you everywhere. I laughed at your jokes and will forever treasure the memories you gave us. We will miss you.

    Love Brenda Steven Brianna Lily & Ruckus


    Rosemarie Hellawell

    Girls i am so sorry to hear about your mom. We had some great times at the Elks party. She was fun to be with.I am Jennifer Hellawell Mom


    Regina Mahoney

    Janet….you were the Pollyanna of our family! You could always be counted on for strength and compassion, and the bright light in any circumstances. We know you aren’t alone, Mike and Paula are with you. I love you. Sleep softly a while, then SOAR Polly, SOAR.


    Suzanne Sabbag

    I am so broken hearted about Janet’s passing.We met several years earlier working at the Lowell Auditorium.We shared lots of laughs and stories while bartending and I will always treasure the beautiful watch that she gave me because she just knew I would love it.I’m so glad that I had the opportunity to call her my friend.Until we see each other again “Cheers” Janet…..Suzanne Sabbag


    Donna Amato

    Janet, it was wonderful to meet and get to know you this past February at Amy & Jason’s. I hope you’re at peace. Lindsay sending love and prayers to you and your family.


    Allen Frasier

    Lindsay and Jenny once again sorry for your loss.Your mom will be missed by many but we all will cherish the memories that we had with her. God took her home and they are watching over us now. Our prayers are with you and your families.


    Amy Breedlove

    First to Lindsay – I think of you as my younger sister and wish I could have been there with you on every step of this journey. You are an amazing woman and stronger every day. I am so proud of you. But I know you know Janet is no longer in pain and was able to go on her own terms. She is at peace now.

    Jen – I know this was hard for you but you managed the last couple of years helping your mom in so many ways and sacrificing. You will be stronger on the other side of the pain.

    Janet – I am glad you are with Mike now and no longer struggling. It was great to know as another one of my Moms!

    Love you all!


    Carol Frasier Kelly Allen

    Lindsay and Jenni lm so sorry for your loss, Mom is going to be deeply missed. She has left two wonderful strong woman behind. I know she’s looking down and is very proud of you both.


    Mark Dolat

    I just wanted to let you know how sorry I am to hear that you have lost your parents. I know how important your family is to you and how much you have enjoyed each other. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.



    Doris Harrington

    Lindsey and Jennifer, My love and prayers go out to you both and your families. Janet, was so very special. She made you feel at home in her presence and always gave you positive vibes. I don’t know how I came upon this but I am grateful I am able to send you both my love. Doris Harrington (mom to Tom and Patrick)


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