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Caroline Corre Obituary
Caroline Mackenzie Corre, 19, of Medway died December 13, 2015, in the arms of her parents and sister, with her beloved babies, Cocoa and Nutmeg, by her side. Born on November 6, 1996, she was the sassy yet determined daughter of Nancy Charves of Medway and Corentin Corre of Woonsocket, RI, and the adored sister of Camille Corre of Medway. In addition, she is survived by her paternal grandmother, Marie Francoise Corre, and numerous aunts, uncle, and cousins, all of France. Caroline seized her independence as a full-time student at the Massachusetts Hospital School, where she completed high school, while thriving with a full, active, and often complicated (!) social life. Always determined to live a full and meaningful life, she was recently crowned first runner-up in the Miss Amazing pageant, and was always the belle of the ball. She had spunk and sparkle, and never passed up the opportunity to get dressed up or to take on a new challenge. Caroline was an avid swimmer and skier, a passionate dance team member, and a proud recipient of ten medals at the recent Nassau County Empire State Games. Caroline enthusiastically joined other young adults with disabilities in giving back to her community through the EPIC Service Warrior program. She was recently selected for a leadership role within this group, proudly embodying the Martin Luther King, Jr. adage that everybody can be great, because everyone can serve. Carolines many friends and loved ones are invited to attend a celebration of her life to be held on Wednesday, December 30th at noon at the Squantum Association in E. Providence, RI. Since there is nothing Caroline loved more than a good party, we ask that all guests wear a splash of bright color in her memory. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to honor Caroline are invited to make a donation to the A-T Children's Project (https://atcp.org/Memorials), so that Caroline's lifelong dream can come true, and a cure for A-T can be found.
Published in The Country Gazette from Dec. 16 to Dec. 25, 2015
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