Obituaries » NICOLE L. BENOIT (KENNEDY)
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Burial Date June 15, 2017
Funeral Home Mercadante Funeral Home & Chapel
Place of Service Mercadante Chapel
Section Garden of Faith Lot Number: 402Grave Number: C#3
Nicole L. (Kennedy) Benoit, 42 of Uxbridge formerly of Shrewsbury died unexpectedly Wednesday, June 7, 2017. Her Husband Steven Benoit Predeceased her. Nicole leaves her three loving daughters; Amy Desruisseaux, Tracy L. Desruisseaux, and Kerry L. Desruisseaux all of Uxbridge. She also leaves her twin sister Tammy L. Kennedy Santy and her husband Raymond of Shrewsbury, and uncle Walter Kennedy and his wife Claire of Maine, an aunt Carol Bailey and her husband Alan of South Carolina, and a great aunt Christine Bloom of Orleans MA.. Nicole was the loving aunt to Helen Pinkham, Sean and William Pinkham, and also leaves many cousins.
Nicole was born in Worcester daughter of the late Samuel and Shirley (Gerardi) Kennedy and lived in Shrewsbury many years before moving to Uxbridge. She was a graduate of Shrewsbury High School. She also attended Quinsigamond Community College. Nicole was an EMT for Pathways in Worcester for several years. Nicole worked as a dispatcher for the Uxbridge, Northbridge and Millbury Police Departments, and also worked as a Dispatcher for the Environmental Police in Boston. She was currently a Dispatcher for the Northborough Police Department and was still working there at the time of her passing.
Nicole loved going to the beach, and enjoyed going to Auto shows, camping in Maine and visiting Historic Sites. She liked to do ceramics and was fascinated by all things Paranormal. She was a loving mother and sister and will be sadly missed by her family and friends.
A period of calling hours for Nicole will be held on Thursday, June 15, 2017 from 9-11 am with her funeral service to begin at 11 am in the MERCADANTE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL, 370 Plantation St., Worcester. Burial will follow in