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Carol-Ann Jameson

Brockton, Carol-Ann Jameson, age 65, of Brockton, passed away peacefully, Saturday, August 26, 2017, in her home, surrounded by the West Avenue staff that cared for her.

Carol was a pioneer for her time, moving from Wrentham State School at the age of twenty-four to WORK Inc.’s group home in Quincy, where she made a life for herself for over forty-one years. During that time she overcame many challenges, reaching significant achievements that included a job she loved and worked at for over thirty years, living independently in her own apartment, and traveling the MBTA system on her own.

She is best known for her love of country music, the New England Patriots, vacation trips, and Dunkin’ Donuts coffee.  

Carol is survived by her mother, Jean; her sister, Cindy; and two nieces.

She will be missed by her many friends, including the staff that supported her over the years; the Cole and Smith families, whose lives were greatly enriched by Carol’s many visits to their home throughout the years; her friends at WORK Inc.; and Stacey DeMoura, who coordinated her care in the final years of her life.   

Memorial Visiting Hours will be held on Thursday, September 7th from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy. A Prayer Service will be conducted during the visitation at 5 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.

“Courage is found in unlikely places.” ~J.R.R. Tolkien


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September 5, 2017
Carol was an amazing part of the Cole/Smith Family. I will always remember the times when she joined us for Christmas or Thanksgiving. And I won't forget how she always thought I looked like Tom Brady (what a great compliment!) We all loved Carol very much and she will be missed greatly.

~ Matthew Smith


September 4, 2017
I first met Carol in the eighties when my sister Sharon would bring her to our family home for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Her love for football and all the trimmings the holidays have to offer was apparent. What followed through the years was that no matter who was hosting the holidays Carol was apart of our family and would be there in her recliner watching her football with a big smile on her face. Rest in peace, Carol.

~ Donna Cusack


August 31, 2017
Rest in peace Carol. You are loved by many and will be missed!

~ Sara


August 31, 2017
There is a hole in my heart, and I will miss you always. What great times I enjoyed with you. I thank you for helping me be a better person in life. Say hi to Dina for me.

~ Ronnie White


August 31, 2017
I admired your independence, your cheerfulness and your caring ways.You always brought a smile to the faces of others.A true champion to all who knew you. I am glad you are now at PEACE.

~ Tami Beane


August 30, 2017
May God rest her soul in eternal peace. We shall always remember your calmness and friendliness.

~ Samuel Kimani


August 30, 2017
Carol we loved you dearly, but God loved you most. May our good God keep your soul in peace for ever(some people )

~ Gladys Kirika


August 30, 2017
Miss your smile, your joking ways , things you used to say., "some people, Don't know why". Always love u carol & miss u much.

~ Lorna


August 30, 2017
Rest in the sweetest peace my carol . I will forever miss you .

~ Karen


August 30, 2017
I am lucky to have known Carol my entire life. We spent many shopping trips, lunches, birthdays, and holidays together. Some of my earliest memories are the Thanksgivings spent together, coloring and watching football. She has always been considered part of our family and always will be. Carol was loved by all who met her and she will be missed.

~ Abigail Smith


August 30, 2017
We all loved you very much,I am sad that you are gone but I am happy you are now free. You were a fighter til the end. You brought us many laughs and weren't afraid to conquer the world. Thank you Carol for being with us as long as you were and teaching us so many things along the way! You and Kenny are dancing in heaven at the West Ave round table! Til we meet again!😚

~ Stacy


August 30, 2017
Love you always!

~ Sharon Smith


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