Obituaries

Carol Hess

Died: 2017-11-16
Resided in: Danvers, MA
Viewing type: Funeral Mass Only
Viewing location: St Mary of the Annunciation
Viewing date: 2017-11-22 / 9am Mass only
Service type: Funeral Mass
Service date: 2017-11-22 9am
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Cemetery: St. Sylvan St. Danvers, MA
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Carol (Timson) (Moore) Hess passed away after a lengthy illness at Sutton Hill Nursing Home on November 16th, surrounded by her family. She was born in Salem MA on September 29, 1939 to Dolores (Blute) Timson and Melvin Timson. She was the oldest of 7 children and is survived by sisters Sylvia, Terry, and Marcia and brothers Alan and Norman, all of Danvers MA. Carol had three children. Daughter, Kathleen Pierce and son in law Fletcher Pierce of Henderson, NV. Daughter, Laurice Canning and son in law Allen Canning of Groveland, MA. Son, Timothy Moore and daughter in law Karen Moore of Merrimack NH. Carol was a loving grandmother to 6 grandchildren- Samantha Pelletier of Montana, Kyle Pelletier of Nashua NH, April Patterson of Salem NH, Hunter Canning of Groveland MA, Haley Moore of Bedford NH, and Teagan Canning of Groveland MA.

Carol attended Danvers High School and worked at her uncle Lloyd’s Pharmacy in Danvers during that period of her life. Carol attended college at Carnegie Institute in Boston. She enjoyed working as a lab technician until she married and had her family. Carol raised her family in Plymouth Ma where she was very active in her children’s school as well as her church. Carol later moved closer to her family in Danvers and worked at GE Sylvania while raising her family. In her later life she worked as a secretary for the Department of Defense after she married Robert Hess in 1986.

Once she retired and Robert passed away, she enjoyed being with her children and grandchildren.

Family and friends are invited to Mass at St Mary’s Church of the Annunciation on Wednesday November 22 at 9 am, followed by a graveside burial service at St Mary’s Church Cemetery.

I'm so sorry for your loss. I didn't know Carol when I was growing up but I worked with her in both Boston and Columbus, OH for the Department of Defense. In Ohio, Carol, Bob and I would take day trips all over OH and surrounding states and we had lunch together at work. I really appreciated her friendship and support while she was in OH.

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