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Jessica Leah Brodeur

December 7, 1988 — November 23, 2018

Jessica Leah Brodeur, 29 of Ayer, formerly of Acton passed away suddenly on Friday, November 23, 2018. She was the loving daughter of Deb Brodeur and the late Edward J. Brodeur.

Jess was born on December 7, 1988 the youngest daughter to Deb and Ed. Jess was raised in Acton and graduated from Acton High School in 2006. She attended Middlesex Community College where she received her associate's degree in Liberal Arts. Most recently, Jess worked as an Executive Administrator for Banzan International Corporation in Acton.

Jess' main love was her family and friends. She loved sunsets, music and singing. She had a great voice, although most people didn't know that about her. She was also a fantastic cook; but she preferred her mom do the cooking. Most of all, Jessica LOVED her niece Avery. She was her world and her everything. She loved to spoil her and loved taking her to Nashua to ride the rides at Market Basket and was happiest playing in the snow or singing Disney songs with her. She had a lifelong habit of attracting the young children in the group and was often scooping up babies for quality time visits with her.

In more recent years, Jess was often found at family events and was the life of the party. She was dedicated to her work and was proud of her professional accomplishments. Jess was a giving friend, had time for anyone in need and was an available ear for everyone. Jess was a fan Bob Marley's music, reality shows, and hunting for bargains in New Hampshire. Jess took annual vacations to North Conway with her immediate family and was often actively trying to bring together the members of her family. She would be the first person to pick up the phone to connect if it had been too long.

She is predeceased by her Father Edward J Brodeur (Dad), Aunt Elizabeth Prescott (Auntie Ba), Aunt Jeanne Brodeur (Auntie Jeanne). Jessica is survived by her mother Deb Brodeur, her sister Nicole Brodeur and her niece Avery Bordenca all of Littleton. Jessica left behind a large family of Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. Her Uncle Bob Brock (her birthday buddy) and Aunt Suzanne Brock of NC, Cousin Emily Smaldone and family of SC, Erin Brock and Daniel Brock of NC, Uncle James Prescott (Budda) and Wife Fran Prescott of Newton, Cousin Michelle LaPierre and family of Dedham, Cousin James Prescott and family of Medway, Aunt Diana Taft of Franklin, Cousin Christine Taft of Grafton, Cousin Amber Taft of Franklin, Grandfather Don Brock and Grandmother Jane Brock of Needham and Aunt Nancy Brodeur of Natick. She also had a close relationship with Avery's Dad, Michael Bordenca. Jess had very special bonds with her Uncle Budda, Uncle Bobby, her Cousin Michelle and her daughter Callie. She just loved you all so much!

Her life, although short, was filled with love, joy and happiness. Jess was smart, beautiful and fiercely loyal to her family and friends. Her bright light was put out before it was ready to be extinguished. She was loved by all and will be missed beyond belief.

Family and friends can gather to honor and remember Jess for a period of memorial visitation on Friday, November 30, 2018 from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM at the Badger Funeral Home, 347 King St., Littleton. Her funeral service and interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, Jess' family kindly asks that memorial contributions be made to Wicked Sober; a recovery program through the Recovery Centers of America.

A note from Mom: I love you baby cakes and we miss you so much already. My heart aches. I hope you are enjoying your sunset's baby girl! I love you so much, XOXO -MOM

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Friday, November 30, 2018

4:00 - 7:00pm (Eastern time)

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