Jerica Mazzaferro

Leominster, Massachusetts

1971 - 2020


January 1, 2020
Leominster, Massachusetts


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48, loving mother, daughter,sister, aunt, and friendLEOMINSTERJerica Ann Mazzaferro, 48, of Leominster, died on Wednesday, January 15, 2020, at Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston, after a brave battle with breast cancer.Jerica was born in Leominster, MA on March 27, 1971, the daughter of...

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I have only just discovered the comments and photos that Jerica's friends and loved one have shared in this space. Over a year later these have been such a joy to discover. Thank you everyone so much for sharing your love, memories and photos.

After reading all the amazing heartfelt tributes to a truly amazing woman and friend, I am tearfully moved emotionally to let all know that when Jerica met her maker, she must have heard Well done my good and faithful servant. What a warm individual and what a legacy of a well- lived life and an example for the rest of us. God Bless Jerica. Thank you for the example you left so many ❤ anonymous RIP

So very sad to hear of Jerica's passing. We were friends in Boston, and I have very fond memories of her. She was so sweet and lovely, and indeed a terrific cook!

My sincere condolences to Jerica's family and friends.

My condolences to the entire Mazzaferro family. Jerica was a beautiful child and a ray of sunshine. She is an angel now and was an angel then. God Bless all of you. Love always, Amy-Beth (Palazzi) Craven.

Darling Jerica I cannot believe you have gone, how we will miss you girlfriend. So kind and funny, always looking on the brighter side of life with a wise crack. You made me laugh so hard. Life will be duller without you in it, your intrepid adventures and thirst for new experiences was inspiring, and thank goodness for us that you didn't let anything stand in your way by bringing little Jasper to meet the Euro gang. We were so lucky to meet him and see what a great mum you were. Sending love...

Jerica will remain in our hearts and memories as a great friend, one who was immensely generous and kind, always bent on helping others.

She loved to meet people from all walks of life and bring them together.

Her love of the French culture and language led her to become a cherished figure in Boston's French community, to which we belong.

She often opened her apartment to us for legendary dinner parties. We will forever keep fond memories of these times, but...

Our Deepest Condolences to the Mazzaferro Family.

Jerica and I met at the University of Kent at Canterbury in 1991. Even though her stay in the UK was shortened by her mother's state of health, we spent memorable moments together getting into the swing of Uni life, which meant lots of socialising, parties and fun times in the campus dorms, common rooms and pubs.

After Jerica returned to the States, we kept in touch over the years, and delighted in meeting up in Paris, Boston, New York, Cape Cod, Leominster, Montreal, Les Gorges...