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Carol Ann Driscoll

December 5, 2012

Carol Ann Driscoll

NO. SMITHFIELD- Carol Ann Driscoll, 44, of No. Smithfield, R.I., formerly of Franklin, Ma. passed away December 1, 2012.
Born in Dorchester, Ma., October 3, 1968. Beloved daughter of Dorothy M. Driscoll and the late Robert J. Driscoll of Venice, FL, formerly Franklin, MA and Nancy and Frank Schultz of Wareham.
She was the loving mother of 9 year old Nicholas Matthew and survived by brothers, Paul G. Driscoll (Milford, MA), Frank Jr, and Matt; sisters Lori Al-Nabulsi (Salem, MA), Jill and Jackie; nieces Julia and Amy, nephews Kasey, Chris, and Tyler and many cousins, aunts and uncles.
She was a graduate of Franklin High School and attended Johnson & Wales University for Culinary Arts. She worked many years in the State School system, helping those who were unable to help themselves, and was always there to help others in her daily life as well. She was also a lover of animals and worked caring for them for many years.
A Memorial mass will be held at Saturday, at 10:30am in St. Mary's Catholic Church in Franklin, MA. A Memorial fund has been set up for the benefit of her son and donations can be made to the Carol Driscoll Memorial Fund c/o Milford National Bank, 300 E. Main St Milford, MA.

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