Brian-McCarron-Obituary

Photo courtesy of George L Doherty Funeral Service, Inc - Somerville

Brian McCarron

Somerville, Massachusetts

Sep 20, 1956 – Jun 24, 2020 (Age 63)

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BORN
September 20, 1956
DIED
June 24, 2020
AGE
63
LOCATION
Somerville, Massachusetts

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George L Doherty Funeral Service, Inc - Somerville Obituary

MCCARRON, Brian - 63, Of Peabody, formerly of Somerville, passed away at Mass General Hospital in Boston on June 24, 2020 surrounded by his loving family.


Beloved son of Marie (Miceli) and the late Daniel J. McCarron.


Loving brother of James McCarron and his wife Nancy of Everett, Janice Peltomaa and her husband Roy of Ohio, Brenda Santini and her husband Mark of Woburn, Daniel M. McCarron and his wife Christine of Cohasset. 


Dear uncle of Dina, Jimmy, Bo, Kellie, Alanna, Shelby, Analise, Quentin, Ian, Hayes, and Patrick. Great Uncle of Brendan.


Also lovingly survived by Renee Paone.


Brian was a lover of cars and animals.


He cherished his family and was dearly loved by them.


Funeral Services will be private.


In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Brian's name to Massachusetts General Hospital at giving.massgeneral.org

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Happy Heavenly Birthday Brian. It is almost three months since you left us. We miss you so much. Wish I could hear your voice. Until that day comes, know that you are thought often and missed daily. ❤

Dearest Brian,
It is almost three weeks since you have passed and I miss getting those phone calls checking in and catching up with each other. You were taken to soon. I know in my heart you went right to heaven. There you were greeted by dad, uncle Gene, cousin Michael and all the rest of your family. I know you were looking for Clover and Domino and there they were there jumping up on you...so excited to see you again. I know you are no longer suffering and that brings me great...

Brian and I worked together for many years. He was a fun colleague and Loyal friend.

I will miss our friendly conversations and our busting each other on the phone.

Please be sure to put a good word in for me up there.

I am so sorry for your loss .i worked with Brian for 5 years he was a good man And who loved his family so much
RIP Brian

May your memories of Brian and the times you shared comfort you and bring you peace

Remembering you fondly with love. Peace to you and your family.

We are so sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences.

Our most heartfelt condolences to all of Brians family. May you Rest In Peace

I am deeply saddened by losing a dear friend. I will miss Brians phone calls, he was a true friend.