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Kelly Ann Dooley

AGE: 31 • Middlesex

Kelly Ann Dooley, 31, passed away peacefully at home, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Born in Somerville, she was a life-long resident of Middlesex. Kelly graduated from Middlesex High School in 1998 before attending Neumann College and graduating in 2002 with a B/A in communications. She then was an Emergency Medical Technician and currently a Muhlenberg nursing student. Kelly was a member of the H.C. Pierce Fire Dept. Ladies Auxiliary, the Middlesex Borough Office of Emergency Management and a former member of the Middlesex Rescue Squad. She enjoyed scuba diving, swimming with the dolphins, was an avid animal lover and was a devoted daughter, sister, niece, cousin and friend who will be sadly missed by all who knew her.

She was predeceased by her uncle, Richard O'Brien, Sr. Surviving are her loving parents, James and Lillian O'Brien Dooley and her loving sister, Colleen Dooley, all of Middlesex, her beloved fiancé, Christopher DeBlass of Franklin Twp., her extended family, Ashley and Alexis Schroeder and Nicholas, Kaitlynn and Grayson Breen and Jack and Ben DuBois and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Funeral services will begin Wednesday, 9:00 am at the Middlesex Funeral Home, 528 Bound Brook Rd., Middlesex followed by a 9:30 am Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Mount Virgin Church, Middlesex. Interment will follow in Resurrection Burial Park. Visitation hours will be Tuesday from 2-4pm and 7-9pm at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made in her name to H.C. Pierce Fire Dept., 412 A Street, Middlesex, NJ, 08846 or Middlesex Rescue Squad, 1400 Mountain Ave., Middlesex, NJ 08846. Online condolences may be sent by visiting Middlesex Funeral Home and its staff are honored to serve the family of Kelly Ann Dooley.

Published in Courier News on Apr. 30, 2012
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