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“Deepest sympathies ...I had the pleasure of knowing jessica in the mid 2000's. She was a great person. I will always have fond memories of knowing...Read More »
1 of 5 | Posted by: Eric Payton - Hartford, CT

“You were my rock, my shield, my 411, my everything. They say time heals all wounds, this healing will take eternity to heal and may never heal. I...Read More »
2 of 5 | Posted by: Rick Miller - Salem, NH - Spouse

“My heart is aching for your whole family...what a beautiful and accomplished young woman ”
3 of 5 | Posted by: Janet Green - East Bridgewater, MA

“Rest in the Sweetest Peace Jess!!! On behalf of all the Ninety Nine Restaurant Staff here in Woburn, MA, we miss you, your presence, laughter, and...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Maryssa Reynolds - Woburn, MA

“Rip sweet angel!! ”
5 of 5 | Posted by: Cindy Bernard - Bellingham, MA

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Jessica Korin Kroese, 46, of Salem, NH, formerly of West Bridgewater, MA, passed away suddenly on January 4, 2021. Jessica leaves behind her loving and heartbroken family: mom and step-father Irene & Paul Murray (of Attleboro, MA), her only sister Amie Connors & husband Dennis Connors (of Lincoln, RI) and Amie's two children Xander Webster and Kaitlynd Jones & her wife Danielle Jones, her aunts and uncles Corinne & John Lupi, Carole & Marcus Beals, and Sophie & Chris Berg, Dora Kroese and Cor Kroese, as well as all her cousins, her grandfather Alexander Tzvetinovitch, her boyfriend of 12 years Rick Miller and his children Donna & Michael and grandchildren Natalia & Greyson, as well as her 5 cats. She also leaves many other loving family members and friends all across the country. She recently lost her father Ernest M. Kroese and her grandmother Jeanne Tzvetinovitch.

Jessica spent her early years in the Air Force as well as the National Guard. She was a graduate of West Bridgewater High School, Johnson & Wales University & cosmetology school. Jessica truly enjoyed helping people and loved to cook and bake. She was a beautiful, caring and loving daughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin and friend. Jessica always was thinking of others before herself. Jessica will be remembered as a warm and caring person who gave of herself to others without a second thought.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a private ceremony will be held at Massachusetts National Cemetery where Jessica will be laid to rest, honored as a Veteran of the United States Military.

In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to your local cat shelter as Jessica adored cats and would have loved that.

Rest In Peace, Jessica. You were so loved and will be greatly missed. You will be forever in our hearts.

December 6, 1974 to January 4, 2021