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Meredith Parsons

December 13, 1976 - January 10, 2022

Meredith Parsons

December 13, 1976 - January 10, 2022

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Obituary For Meredith Parsons

Meredith (Griffin) Parsons, 45 , of Peabody died Monday January 10, 2022 at the Mass. General Hospital, Boston with her husband by her side. She was the loving wife of Kevin Parsons.
She was born in Melrose, MA on December 13, 1976, the daughter of Judith (Belliveau)
(Griffin) McCarthy and had resided her entire life in Peabody .
She was a graduate of Nazareth Academy in Wakefield in 1995 and had worked in the Health Care field in many positions from aide to administrator and director.
Meredith led an active life in raising six children, being a soccer and basketball coach , volunteering at the South Memorial School and later the West Memorial School and recently was on the research project on remote learning and preparation education. She also worked in research and development for high end strollers in testing and wear.
She is survived by her husband, Kevin of Peabody, and her mother , Judith McCarthy of West Newbury, her precious children, Kailey, Riley, Delanney, Averey, Callahan and Flynn Parsons all of Peabody, her half-sister and her husband, Lindsey and Jeremy Fehrs of Stamford, CT, her step-mother, Susan Griffin and her half brother , Tyler Griffin both of Roswell, GA, her husbands parents, Edwin and Myrna Parsons of Revere and many brother and sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. She was the daughter of the late Jim Griffin, a former resident of Peabody.
A Visitation will be held on Sunday, January 16, 2022 at the Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home at the 82 Lynn St., Peabody facility from 2:00 until 5:00 PM. Relatives and friends are kindly invited and masks are required. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Go Fund me page at gofundme.com/f/help-for-the-parsons-family. For directions and guest book, visit www.ccbfuneral.com

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  • There are no word for the legacy Meredith has left on your family. Her shining personality will live on in our 💕 hearts. Sending you lots of love 💘 and comfort,we are so sorry for your losses Much love, Auntie Dee & Uncle Jimmy

  • Our deepest sympathy to Kevin and the Children❤❤ We grieve with you⚘🕊⚘ We grieve for you⚘🕊⚘ "Blessed are they who mourn For they shall be comforted" Love, Phil & Lorraine (Griffin) Kokinis ❤❤

  • My sincerest condolences to Kevin, Ed, Myrna and the Parson children, family and friends. A special angel always to look over each of you. Terry Chase, Winthrop

  • Meredith was an incredible and phenomenal woman. Words has failed me, rest in peace. Faith O

  • Rest peacefully Meredith and watch over your family from above. Know that they will loved and safe. You were such a funny and wonderful woman . You will be the guardian angel and they will feel your love in their heart always. ♥️ Donna

  • This makes it real Mer. I will miss you and all our late night chats. I will miss everything about you. Sleep well sweet Meredith and know that your babies will always feel your presence as you hover over them. ❤

  • Meredith was one of the few Mothers I gravitated towards in the begininng of our children entering of West Memorial Our children and both Meredith and I became friends throughout our childrens elementary years. She had a caring heart and always a lending ear. She was a model of a Mother that every child could hope for. She will be sadly missed. My deepest sympathy to all six of her children and her Husband, family and friends.

  • I've never met Meredith in person, we were online friends through a group we joined many years ago. We remained in constant contact despite me being in London and the time difference. We were a group of 3 in our chats and we last spoke New Years Eve. We often laughed together until we had tears rolling down our faces. She was hilarious and we also spent so much time confiding in one another, giving and receiving advice and support. It was such a genuine deep friendship despite never meeting one another. We knew each other inside out and our families. She was amazing and absolutely adored her family. I will miss her online presence deeply and feel honoured to have known her. Sending love to you all. Best wishes, Donna xx

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