Brianna M. Doherty

November 12th, 2015

Brianna M. Doherty, age 24, of Malden, passed away unexpectedly on November 6, 2015.

Brianna was the cherished only child of Dana L. Doherty of Malden, loving granddaughter of Gloria J. (Mercier) Doherty and the late Daniel of Stoneham, dear niece of Deborah Strong & her husband David of Haverhill, Diane Mondello of Haverhill, Donna Carriker & her husband Thomas of North Reading, and Daniel J. Doherty III & his wife Kelly of Barrington, NH. Briana is also survived by many loving great aunts and uncles, cousins and friends.

A celebration of Brianna’s life will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 126 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington, MA 01887, (Directly behind St. Thomas Church), on November 22nd from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.


9 Entries in Guest Book for “Brianna M. Doherty”

  1. Maureen and Wayne Parsons says:

    Dana and family,

    We are so sad to hear of Brianna’s passing. There are no words to comfort you a this time but know that we are praying for you and hold you in our thoughts.
    Maureen, Wayne, Ryan , Erica ,and John Parsons

  2. Dana and all the family says:

    I am so sad to learn of Brianna’s passing. At this time I know there are no words to comfort you all. It is so much harder when it is a young person who has their whole life ahead of them. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. Stay strong.
    Dee Bohnert

  3. Carol Schnitzlein says:

    Dear Dana and family, So very saddened to hear of Brianna’s passing. You are in my thought and prayers. Love Carol

  4. Ed & Robin Varney says:

    Dana and Family, Our thoughts,and prayers are with you..

  5. Samantha delgizzi says:

    Many prayers to you dana and your family so sorry for the devastation and the lost I am here for you left you a voicemail in this horrible time hopefully we can connect love Samantha

  6. Maryann raso says:

    Dany honey, I am so sorry, there are just no words to really comfort at this time….they say when you lose a spouse, you are a wodow or widower, when you lose your parents you are an orphan, when you lose a child, the pain is so indelible they have not even invented a word for it. Having lost a child I actually can say I know what it is like to walk in your shoes. There is no pain like it. I promise tho, life will go on, and over time the pain will settle down to a tolerable ache. That’s some time coming tho. For now let everyone that wants to help….help….accept the comfort, help and love family and friends have to offer. We are here for you! Please don’t shut us out…. Big big big hugs and prayers for comfort, as find your way thru this trying time. Xo. Love and hugs from Maryann raso and mom Phyllis witkus

  7. Deborah Frotten Coley says:

    I am extremely saddened at the loss of Brianna. This is the kind of loss that no parent should ever have to endure. Love you and miss you. My thoughts and prayers for you and your family. I am here if you need me. Deb

  8. Kristi says:

    It’s such a tragedy. As a Bostonian it will be hard to say “wahsup guy” without thinking of Bri. Life is so precious. Brianna will be missed.

  9. Sterling Golden says:

    It is with a heavy heart that I say my final goodbye to Brianna. Over the last several years, Brianna and I had become extremely close. I had so many wonderful times with Brianna by my side, and she was one of the most honest and genuine people I had the honor of encountering during my years in the Boston music & nightlife community. I have always loved Brianna, and rest assured, I always will. Bri-Bri, wherever you are at, I love you, and I thank you for being connected with me on every level. Strength, love and prayers to the Doherty family.

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