Kristen N. Richard

Date of Passing:

February 29, 2020

Richard, Kristen N., 48, of Cleveland Street, Pawtucket, died on February 29, 2020 after a short battle with cancer.

Born in Providence, a daughter of the late Kenneth Richard Sr. and Joan A. (Maguire) Richard. She lived in Pawtucket for many years.

Kristen was a caregiver to her late mother who passed away on February 12, 2020.

She is survived by a brother, James M. Richard of Pawtucket. She was the sister of the late Kenneth Richard Jr.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated for Kristen and her late mother Joan in St. Mary Church, Pine Street, Pawtucket on a day and time to be announced.

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5 Comments

  1. Dear Jim, I can’t tell you how much I feel for you. No one should have to bear all of the deaths of their entire family. Your mother and father were much-loved figures growing up. My father loved your father and my mother really respected the strength of your mother. Aunt Joan was such a nice person, and I always loved seeing her and your family. Please remember your cousins are here for you, and if you ever come to CA, please let me know.
    XOXO,
    Your cousin Rosemary

  2. Dear Jim

    Although we have never met I ferl like I know you, I was so sorry to hear about the death of your Mother and Sister. I’m sure they had a hand in modeling behaviors that shaped the special person you are described by my little sister who speaks often of your compassion, patience and keen sense of humor. I’m hoping that the good memories and love that surrounds you will be a comfort while you grieve these terrible losses.

    Please know that the Sullivan family will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

    Much love to you, Stephanie and your family.

    The Sullivans’

  3. Dear Jim,
    May you find comfort in knowing you are not alone, you are surrounded by those who I know care and love you.

  4. Richard my deepest condolences to you. May they both rest in peace!!! Xoxo

  5. Jim, I won’t say that God never gives you too big a cross to bear – I am not living your life right now. You did an amazing and overwhelming job so very well. You have shown such courage, when it must have been hard just to move. I think of you every day, and wish you some peace after such a hard task performed with such grace and strength. See you soon.

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