Plymouth, Massachusetts

Sep 9, 1954 – May 1, 2017 (Age 62)


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BARNETT, Ellen (Doherty) Of Plymouth. May 1, 2017. Beloved wife of Paul Barnett. Devoted mother of Jessica Kathryn Barnett of Stow; sister of David Doherty and his wife, Patricia of Worcester and Marianne Doherty and her husband, David Hubbell of Centerville; also survived by many nieces &...

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One year later, and I still think about Ellen often. Wishing I'd kept in touch with my work "Mom." She taught me about hard work, standards, and gave me the opportunity to lead. I miss her very much.

So shocked and saddened to hear of Ellen's sudden passing. Although loosing touch in our later years, I always looked back with fond memories of Ellen and our fun get togethers, sharing so many laughs! She had a smile that would light up a room and a warm, genuine personality that went with it. Our sincere condolences go out to all your family. So sorry for your loss.

John & Barb Testo

I was lucky enough to have met Ellen when we both worked at Acadia. She was both a mentor and friend to me. She will be missed.

The loss of Ellen came as a shock to so many of us. We knew her as a woman who lived life "half full" enjoying where she was and who she was with no matter the occasion. She was a friend who you could be apart from for a year or two and pick up where we left off when last we spoke. She was a devoted wife, mother, and insurance professional not easy to do in this world. Paul and Jessica know that your wife and mother will live on as long as you remember her and share those memories...

I first met Ellen in seventh grade at the Bethlehem middle school.We shared many classes together until our graduation from high school.I have fond memories of a lovely young lady who treated all of her classmates with great respect.I am certain she accomplished much in her lifetime.So sorry for the loss to her family...

Dear Paul and family So sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Paul, My deepest sympathies to you and your family. I enjoyed getting to know Ellen during our dinners at the Bedford Village Inn. Ellen was warm, engaging and brightened up the room. Our prayers are with you and your loved ones.

Piglet asked Pooh if they were going to be friends forever. Pooh answered "And even longer". Because Ellen is no longer here, doesn't mean she isn't living on, in our thoughts, in our hearts, and in our memories. Ellen, I'll be waiting on the front steps if you decide to drop by for a chat.

We are deeply saddened about the sudden loss of Ellen. We thoroughly enjoyed our time together boating, especially our unexpected reunion in Charleston. No more than two weeks ago we spoke of inviting Paul and Ellen to join us again. We both are feeling such a loss but hope that you find some comfort in the knowledge that she is united with her beloved parents in heaven. Sympathies to Jess, Paul and her entire family.