Jeanne L. Kavalowskas of Chelmsford

1938 - 2021

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Funeral

January 8, 2022
10:00 AM
St. Margaret of Scotland Church, 375 Stevens St., Lowell, MA 01851

Jeanne L. Kavalowskas, 83, of Chelmsford (formerly of Lowell) died Sunday December 12th. She was born in Lowell October 15th, 1938, daughter of the late Alfred Pelletier and Claire Doyle. She attended Mass regularly at Saint Margret of Scotland Church, she volunteered her time at the Chelmsford Senior Center and was a Lowell visiting nurse. She loved going to the beach with her sister June and loved mail order shopping, going to the movies, and collecting Angel figurines.

She was predeceased by her husband Francis in 2006. Her survivors include her beloved son Frank W. Kavalowskas of Salisbury, MA, daughter Karen A. Rogers and her husband, James of Haverhill, MA, her estranged daughters Jane Peterson of Merrimack NH, and Lisa Fitzgerald of Londonderry, NH, beloved sister June Solmonson and husband Arthur of Hampton, NH, late brothers Robert Pelletier of Newark, DE and Norman Pelletier of Cocoa Beach, FL, grandchildren; beloved grandson Brandon Joyal, Katelyn Rogers, Courtney Cyr, Melanie Salmeron, and Justin Kavalowskas, great-grandchildren Issac Cyr, and many nieces and nephews; Michael Dumont, Doreen Duarte, Marc Pelletier John Pelletier, Dan Pelletier and best friend Bernadette Lemaire.

KAVALOWSKAS- Jeanne L. Kavalowskas died December 12, 2021. Funeral Mass will be on Saturday, January 8, 2022, at 10:00 A.M. at St. Margaret of Scotland, Lowell, MA. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041. Guestbook at www.dolanfuneralhome.com

10 Condolences for Jeanne L. Kavalowskas of Chelmsford

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    Bernadette Lemaire

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    Words can’t explain how sad I am to lose such a wonderful friend. Jeanne was loving caring. We were like two peas in a pod. If someone was looking for Jeanne they called my house because she was always here. We had good times together spent a lot of time laughing. One thing I can say about Jeanne she could always tell you stories of when she was younger she never forgot any of that. We were always there for each other. You have no idea how much I will miss her how much I already miss her but she is in peace and she does not have to suffer anymore. Fly hi my angel just know I love you.

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    Sharon Desisto

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    Dear Frank, I loved your Mom and her dry sarcasm,we enjoyed many,many laughs. She was caring and thoughtful. We here a Chelmsford Arms will truly miss her. Sharon

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    Jeanne Harrington

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    Although I never met Jeanne, I have recently come to know her son, Frank. She certainly raised a wonderful, kind son. So sorry for your loss, Frankie.

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    Donna McAvoy

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    Jeanne was such a lovely friend of my moms and it warmed my heart to see the two of them sitting watching TV having coffee all the time. We are so very sorry for your loss and we hope she is in the best part of Heaven. We thank her for her friendship with our Mom and may god Bless you all! The mcAvoys

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    William Butts

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    Dear Frank,

    We are very sorry for your loss. Prayers with you and your family.

    Sincerely,

    Joseph, Derek, Mina, and William

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    Susan Butts

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    Dear Karen & Frankie, I am so sorry for your loss. I am honored to have known your mom for the short time I did. She was a classy, fun-loving, beautiful woman inside and out and an amazing mother. She could not have brought up a better son. I will surely miss having coffee with her and mostly her sense of humor. Rest In Peace Jean. Love, Susan

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    Debbie Hamel

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    Dear Frankie,
    Since I met you a short time ago I knew instantly you were a stand up guy. You have done your absolute best in caring for your Mom these last several months. She knew what a wonderful, caring and generous son you were to her. Rest easy knowing she is in a beautiful peaceful place waiting for her family to join her someday. Warmly, Debbie & Nash

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    Sandie Rainey

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    Dear Frank, I knew your mom for almost 3 years. I always watched her cat when she was away. I would visit her when she was visiting Bernie. Those two hit it off fantastic! She had such a dry sense of humor. She was liked by everyone where she lived. I moved away a year ago and I feel so bad I never went back to see her again. I’ll always have fond memories of her. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

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    Riordan

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    Dear Frank, We are so sorry to hear about your mom, according to Susan she was a beautiful woman, obviously she brought up a wonderful son, our deepest condolences to you and your family. You took such such good care of your mom, you will be in her heart forever ❤️❤️❤️

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    Cathy Haubner

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    Dear Frank, I have brought the Eucharist to a very special group at Chelmsford Arms for many years. Your mother was a cherished member of our Monday get togethers. I am so blessed to know her. Her gentle spirit, caring heart and ability to see the good in people was a gift to all. I did get to see her not too long before her death. For the last time, I got to share the Eucharist, pray with your Mom and hug her goodbye. Take care….

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