Lauren E. Fox of Tyngsboro

Lauren E. Fox of Tyngsboro, 29, died Saturday Jan 4, 2020 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital after a long battle with Cancer. A true warrior and inspiration to all that knew her.

Born in Lowell, she was the daughter of Paul D. and Wendi A. (Wolf) Fox

She was a 2009 graduate of Tyngsboro High School and earned her associate degree as a Diagnostic Sonographer from Middlesex Community College in 2015.

Prior to her illness she worked as a MFM Sonographer at Tuft’s Medical Center in Boston, MA and Hill Country OB/GYN Associates of Austin Texas before moving home to be closer to her family.

Besides her parents she is survived by her beloved children Carter C. Kent and Freya H. Kent both of Tyngsboro. Her paternal grandparents Daniel N. and Mary L. Fox of Mont Vernon, NH; Her brother Daniel and his wife Ashley Fox of Tyngsboro; Her nephews Jackson and Jacob Fox of Tyngsboro whom she adored and her special grandmother Margaret Perras of Lowell. Several Aunts, Uncles, cousins and family friends whom were all near and dear to her.

She was predeceased by her maternal grandmother and best friend Ruth A. Reynolds

Visiting hours Wed. from 3 to 7 P.M. Funeral Thurs. at 10am at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD. Burial in Edson Cemetery, Lowell. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.


8 Condolences for Lauren E. Fox of Tyngsboro

    Anna Szok

    We were so sorry to hear of Lauren’s passing. Our heartfelt condolences go out to all her family and friends.

    Anna Szok and Maryann Wilkins,
    Carter’s preschool teachers

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    Claire Grandalski

    So sorry to hear of Lauren’s passing. Our deepest sympathies to you and your family. May your happy memories and the love she had for all of you help you thru this heartbreaking time.

    The Grandalski family

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    Tom Varnum

    Very sorry to hear about Lauren. She provided me with a great memory as her English teacher at Tyngsboro High. We were reading The Great Gatsby, and she wasn’t quite thrilled about it. I asked her to give it a chance and keep at it. She came back a week later and very passionately discussed how much she disliked the ending and why. When she was passionate about something, nothing would stop her.

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    Darlene Cashman

    I was so sorry to hear about the loss of Lauren. She was one of my students that I was so proud of, she was one who says it like it is.I Always new what kind of day it would be, and most were very special RIP Lauren the world has lost a true inspiration.

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    Marci Borenstein

    Chuck, Carter, Freya and all of Lauren’s family,

    We are so heartbroken. Lauren was a beloved member of our family when she lived with us. We have so many treasured memories of her. May you be comforted by your memories of her and by knowing how many lives she touched and how many people will hold her in their hearts with such love.

    Marci, Joram, Eitan, Rina and Dalia

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    Sheila Kelly Vaughan

    I am so sorry in the passing of Lauren – I had the pleasure of watching her grow-up all through high school – she always made me laugh – I will smile whenever I think of Lauren – May her journey be amazing. Beautiful girl

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    Kristine Nazzaro

    I am so sorry to hear about Lauren’s passing. I remember her in high school as a beautiful and thoughtful girl. She achieved so much in her short years. I am so impressed that she went to Texas for work and adventure. Good for her!
    To her parents and brother Danny.. Be strong, know that she knows how much you loved her and you will see her again.

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