Karen M. Dearborn of Chelmsford, MA

Karen Marie Dearborn, 48, of Chelmsford, MA died Sunday June 28,, 2020 at Lowell General Hospital.

She was married to Mickey Dearborn with whom she celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary on May 13, 2020.

Born in Lowell, she was the daughter of Patricia (Gadourey) Masson of Lowell and the late Richard Masson. She attended Lowell High School and was working at UPS in Chelmsford for more than 12 years.

Karen enjoyed riding her motorcycle and loved spending time with her grandchildren.

Besides her husband and mother, she is survived by her daughters, April Dearborn and her significant other, Lorenzo Nunez of N. Chelmsford, and Jessica Dearborn and her significant other Malcolm Cantres of Lowell; two brothers, Richard and his wife Susan Masson of Lowell, and Al and his wife Amanda Masson of Lowell; four plus one grandchildren, Julissa Daniel-Dearborn, Jaylanni  and Avyanna Cantres, Richard and Robert Nunez; mother and father-in-law, Robert and Carole Dearborn of Sanford, ME and several nieces and nephews.

Visiting hours Fri. 9 to 10:30 A.M. at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME, 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, with a graveside service at 11 am at Fairview Cemetery Chelmsford. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.


15 Condolences for Karen M. Dearborn of Chelmsford, MA

    Sandi Mannas

    I am so sorry for your loss, I am still in shock. Karen and I had some good times I was one of her cousins you will truly be missed. Fly high with the angels, until we meet again.

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    Kellie Martell

    Karen was an amazing woman she did so much for me and I’ll never forget her Rest In Peace Karen until we meet again and to the family I’m so sorry Karen will be missed by many

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    Donna & John Aylward

    We wish to extend our heartfelt sympathy at this difficult time. It was such a sad, unexpected loss. Hold tight to your wonderful, joyful memories and know she is now watching over you. May Karen rest in peace.
    Your neighbors,
    Donna and John Aylward

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    Terri Cawley

    Karen, where do I begin besides complete shock. It has been thirty years of laughter, sorrow, birth and deaths. Me, Josh, Rob, Joey, Isabelle and Jayce are forever grateful and blessed for the memories we shared with you Mickey, April and Jessica.. Our grandchildren will be able to experience the same happiness growing up together.. The boys cldnt of asked for a better aunt to be a part of their lives.. Im not saying goodbye cause I will see you again.. to Mickey and the rest of the family our deepest condolences Karen will always be in your Hearts as well as ours.. love you and going to miss you dearly my friend

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    Michelle Surprenant-Everett

    So sorry for the families loss. I was a childhood friend of Karen’s. Shes always had a good heart and was always a good friend. May you rest in the sweetest peace Karen. The world lost a good one.

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    Allison Kilcher

    Mickey, April and Jessica
    I’m so deeply sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved wife and mother. Karen was always so much fun to be around, she had such an infectious laugh. When Karen was my one of sisters bridesmaid it made the reception so much more fun. We were dancing on chairs, singing and having the best time. She will be missed! I hope all the wonderful memories make the difficult days ahead a little easier to get through. Keeping you all in my thoughts in prayers.

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