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Jennifer M. Lombardi

Stoughton, Massachusetts

Aug 25, 1994 – Jan 20, 2018 (Age 23)

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LOMBARDI Jennifer M. of Stoughton passed away suddenly on January 20, 2018 at the age of 23. Loving Mother of Grace Benoit. Daughter of Michael J. Lombardi and his wife Wen Jie of Wrentham , Kimberley (Brait) Newell of Attleboro and step daughter of Robert Newell of Brockton. Sister of Breana,...

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My sincere condolences to the family for the loss of your loved one. May prayers strengthened you and memory comfort you and may the Lord Jesus Christ and our heavenly father God comfort your heart and "make you firm".2 Thessalonians 2:16,17.

I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please find peace and comfort in Psalms 119:76.

I will miss her at the post office . A great lady to work with . To her friends and family , Sorry for your loss

To All of Jenns Family and Friends. I had the privilege of getting to know Jenn as she was friend of my daughter kait in there early teens. We took Jenn shopping in Providence and shopped at different shops and boutiques. We came across one that had everything that Jenn loved! It was a scarf and a very artistic hat!. It looked fabulous on her and it rocked her artistic personality! We bought it for Jenn. Jenn proudky walked out of the boutique feeling like a million dollars! Funny thing was...

My deepest condolences to Jennifers family.
Keep her spirit alive in your hearts and embrace the special memories of time spent together.

My heartfelt sympathies go out to the family and friends during this difficult time. I hope that the promise in 1 Thessalonians 4:14 can bring comfort. Knowing that there's a hope for the ones we have lost in death can be so reassuring.

This is so sad. Jennifer was one of my favorite people to look forward to seeing and talking to at work. She was so supportive of me when I was going through radiation treatments for cancer. Whenever she would see me either going to or coming from my treatments her eyes would fill up and she would ask me if I was going to be alright. Many times she needed to give me a hug. I would love one of those hugs right now. I wish I could turn back the clock and do whatever it would take to stop...