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Sarah Marie Minicucci

Obituary for Sarah Marie Minicucci

January 13, 1979 - December 24, 2019
Hanson, Massachusetts | Age 40


๐Ÿ’žForever In Our Hearts๐Ÿ’ž

Sarah Minicucci, 40 years old, of Hanson, Massachusetts, passed away unexpectedly on December 24, 2019 after a long battle of declining health. She was born at
St. Margaret's Hospital in Boston to her adoring parents, Michael J. & Cheryl (Meegan) Minicucci on January 13, 1979.

Her greatest love was for her family and especially her two wonderful kids, CJ (Calvin) and Ryan Alexander whom she deeply adored. She is now their Guardian Angel watching over them.

With her parents and kids, Sarah also leaves two brothers, Michael D. Minicucci and wife Carrie Minicucci of Hanson and Anthony Minicucci and his love Desiree Sirois of Maine.
Two nieces, Hailey Katherine and Olivia Mae Minicucci
and a nephew, Tyler Michael Minicucci.

Sarah is also survived by many loving aunts, uncles and countless cousins who will miss her deeply.
She had many friends who were very special to her yet there is one, Kris Hoffman, whom she called her "Bestie" and was the sister she never had. Kris meant the world to her. Even though they lived miles apart, they had a special bond from the day they met. They even had matching tattoos on their right feet, "Our Bond Is Everlasting" with a green dangling heart. We are forever grateful that they had each other and such a loving friendship.

Sarah lived in Dorchester until age 7, then for the rest of her life in Hanson. She graduated from Whitman-Hanson Regional High School. She took several college courses prior to obtaining her medical assistant degree.

She was active in social media which resulted in countless friendships and bonds. She was an avid participant in a FaceBook group called Kickin Rocks N Stuff. A fabulous group full of kind hearted and supportive members always cheering her on. She came to have an even more calming and positive outlook on life and looked forward to engaging with everyone.

Starting in middle school, Sarah became an avid, die-hard Boston sports fan. In time, particularly for the New England Patriots. She never missed watching a game and even attended a few home games. She knew everything about the players and the sport itself. Boy, did she love the team, especially Tom Brady and Julian Edelman.

She had a wonderful work ethic beginning at 16 years of age, and took on various jobs until she became a Certified Medical Assistant and landed a job at Beth Israel Hospital in Milton. She was very compassionate and kind so it was a perfect fit for her. She enjoyed her job and became fond of many who came into the office.

After being rear-ended at a red light 6 years ago on her way to work, her chronic pain and flare ups of her scoliosis gradually became unbearable. For 5 years she continued to work during her pain management treatment which took a tremendous toll on her and ultimately had no choice but to leave her job in January 2019.

This has been a very difficult year for Sarah on many levels.
She had major spine, back and pelvis surgery in March where she endured unimaginable pain and rehabilitation and was slowly but steadily recovering from. Three months later she almost lost her right arm to a rare disease called Compartment Syndrome where she had to have emergency surgery which caused excruciating nerve pain and was still undergoing healing and rehabilitation. She never got answers as to how this happened to her. She progressed very well with daily PT/OT rehab in and out of the home although only being promised a 50% recovery of the Compartment Syndrome and 80% recovery of the spine, back and pelvis. She was as strong as steel and determined to get through this awful ordeal and get on with her life. She had a bright future ahead of her until she suddenly collapsed, ending her journey here on earth.

All of us who hold Sarah dear, are so saddened by her tragic and untimely death. We will now go on to remember and honor her as the beautiful, courageous and kind woman that she was by speaking her name and keeping her in our thoughts and prayers often.

Soar high and wide our angel Sarah, light up the sky as you shine brightly in the heavens watching over those who love you! You will live on in our hearts and will be forever missed!
We will always Love You Sweetheart! ๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’›

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Sarah's name to

The Mason Evan Giove Foundation - check donations can be sent to 33 Beaver St. Whitman, MA 02382 - Venmo donations to @ MasonEvan-GioveFoundation

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Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home

135 Union Street
Rockland, MA 02370
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