Obituaries

Jennifer (Palmer) Lycett

August 28th, 2014

Jennifer E. (Palmer) Lycett, age 40, of Springvale, ME, formerly of Wilmington, MA, died unexpectedly at home on August 25, 2014.

Jennifer was born on April 7, 1974; she was the cherished daughter of Catherine (Worth) Palmer and the late Walter Palmer. Jennifer was raised and educated in Wilmington and was part of a large and loving family.

Jennifer lived in Montana for several years where she loved the peacefulness of the woods and the mountain ranges. Jennifer also enjoyed her visits to York Beach in Maine, one of her most favorite places, where she could walk along the shore line or just relax on the beach. Jennifer eventually moved to Springvale, Maine, where she resided for the last few years.

Jennifer loved animals sometimes having several pets at once, cats, dogs, ferrets, it didn’t matter to her the species she loved them all. Jennifer also loved people, she enjoyed “catching up” with new friends, old friends, or just acquaintances through facebook, and was involved with online support groups that helped others in need.

Jennifer will be fondly remembered for her great sense of humor and the love she had for her family and friends who will miss her dearly.

Jennifer was the daughter of Catherine (Worth) Palmer of York, ME, formerly of Wilmington, MA and the late Walter Palmer, “Mom” of Autumn, Cody, Sierra, Cheyenne, and Faith, sister of Scott Palmer and Christine Palmer both of Sanford, ME, formerly of Wilmington, MA, granddaughter of Marjorie (Worth) Coryell and the late Roger Worth of Wilmington. Jennifer is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Family and friends will gather for a Funeral Service on Tuesday, September 2nd, at 10:00 a.m. in the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, MA. Interment to follow at the Lakeside Cemetery, Wakefield, MA. Visiting hours will be held at the Funeral Home on Monday, September 1st from 5-8 p.m. Memorial donations in Jennifer’s name may be made to the Jennifer Lycett Memorial Fund, c/o Kennebunk Savings Bank, 16 Woodbridge Rd., York, ME 03909. Following the Cemetery Service all are welcome to join the family at Rocco’s Restaurant, 193 Main St. (Rte. 38), Wilmington, MA.

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11 Entries in Guest Book for “Jennifer (Palmer) Lycett”

  1. gretchen fielding says:

    May you rest in peace my Friend.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family..

  2. Dianne Beeson says:

    It is so sad and i am also shocked we were just tal
    King a few days before this horribleness has happen. Jennifer was an awesome loving person who had a heart of gold. She is an angel who has been taken way too soon. I will miss you and my prays go out to your family and daughters. Now you are not in pain dear sweet angel from above. Rest easy my dear friend..

  3. Chris Langley says:

    Thank you Jen for being a good friend. You are loved and will be missed.

  4. Jimbo and Cheryl McHugh says:

    Scott and Chrissy,
    So Sorry to hear about Jenn’s passing . My thoughts and Prayers are with you and your Family during this difficult time.

  5. Terry Fitzpatrick says:

    It was a pleasure being your neighbor. You were a beautiful bright light and always will be. Sending prayers to the entire family.

  6. Lisa Spinale says:

    Jennifer my dear facebook friend! How sad and shocked i was to have gotten a phone call telling me you had passed away! We never met in person but chatted many times on facebook about different things we each would post! O How I already miss seeing your name around my facebook! You were sweet kind and always passionate about things going on in the world with people and animals!! I totally enjoyed you and accepted you and I as friends even though we never met! Funny how that worked! With a heavy heart I say goodbye and may you now be in eternal peace! Rest Easy Jen You are missed!

  7. Cindy says:

    I’m sorry, my little Jennifer. When you were born, you were the light of my life. I will never forget how much I loved you. My dearest prayer is that you rest in peace, knowing how deeply you were loved.

  8. debra solares says:

    To Jennifer’s children: Only you know what she meant to you. But to me she was a real angel. Because of her three other families have children to love. You are all here to make a difference and live your purposeful life. As an angel I think she got lost in this world-like in a dark forest. She made mistakes, trusted the wrong people. She was hurting and sad and maybe a little scared….so God told her to come back home. The earth angel is now in a place where she can love and protect and guide you. Honor your parents but remember this woman loved you the best way she could. Peace and blessings to you all?

  9. Stacie Murphy says:

    R.I.P. Jen – Be an angel in our sky watching over your family <3

  10. Leslie(Dluznieski) Eldridge says:

    Dear Cathy,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Words can’t mend your heartache. May you find strength in knowing I care. My heartfelt sympathy is with you and your family at this difficult time.

  11. Heath says:

    I never got to actually meet you but it was always nice to chat with you over Facebook. Everyday we talked you made my day so much brighter. I’m am going to miss our conversations and hopes of finally meeting each other. You were so much fun to chat with. I know from our conversations you were a very caring person and a wonderful mom. Rip Jennifer you will definitely be missed my friend.

    Heath

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