Brittny L. Chiasson, 34, of Hudson

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Brittny L. ChiassonHudson – With heavy hearts, we share that our beloved Brittny Lynn Chiasson, 34, passed on Thursday,March 30, 2023, surrounded by those who loved her dearly in the care of Mass General Hospital Boston, MA. No words can convey the tremendous loss or heaviness in our hearts.

Brittny was the purest soul, who meant the world to her family and whose family meant the world to her.

She leaves behind her parents, Trina (John) Zompetti of Marlboro, MA, and Ronnie (Beth) Chiasson of Hudson, MA; her step-parent, Kimberly Chiasson of Clinton, MA; 2 brothers, Johnny and Nelson Zompetti, both of Marlboro, MA; 2 sisters, Sydney Chiasson of Hudson, MA and Amanda Clewes of Southboro, MA; Grandparents Bonnie Elman of Berlin, MA, and Elizabeth and Ron Chiasson of Hudson, MA; Aunts and Uncles Linnea Bates, Mark and Kristyn Chiasson, Derek Chiasson; Cousins Ian Vorce, Justice Bates, Craig Chiasson, Kelli Chiasson, Keri (Dan) Kelleher, and Matthew Chiasson; her beloved kitties, Jughead Jones and Archie, and many more family and friends.

Brittny was raised in Hudson, MA. She attended Hudson High School as a 2006 graduate, followed by Nichols College, studying Sports Management, and graduating in 2010. Brittny was proud to be employed by J.C. Cannistraro in Waltham, MA as an Accountant but preferred working from home alongside her cat companions, Jughead and Archie.

When it came to how Brit chose to spend her free time, she would always choose family and close friends. Holidays were most special when she made a strong effort to see both sides of the family in one day to enjoy special traditions and meals with her loved ones.

Brittny also had many hobbies and interests, such as traveling, tattoos, shopping, reading, binge-watching shows with her sister, sharing British accents, and showering her kitties with love.

Brittny used her kind and altruistic heart to make the world a better place. Her generosity and kindness could be seen throughout the community by seizing every opportunity to help others, donating to homeless and animal shelters, and participating in fundraising events such as charitable mud runs and bike rides.

When with her mother and best friend Trina, they loved shopping, cooking, or just talking and laughing, and every moment was treasured. An eternal love between mother and daughter, her mom’s only wish is for her angel to return.

Brittny, her sister Sydney and her dad Ronnie would call themselves the 3 Musketeers. They spent much time together, with annual summer trips to Cape Cod and her favorite, Martha’s Vineyard.

Brittny could often be found goofing around with her band of siblings, Johnny, Nelson, Amanda, and Sydney, going to the movies or traveling the country following their favorite celebrities for meet-and-greets.

Every single person Brittny chose to let into her life is better for having known her and spending time with her. We will never find anything to fill the unimaginable void she has created by leaving this world to start the next leg of her journey. It did not take losing Brit to know what we had, but it will take a lifetime of not having her here with us to get over losing her, and the only comfort we can take from this is that we know we will join her again one day. Until then, she will live through us, and we will live to honor her.

Relatives and friends are invited to a period of visitation from 4 PM to 7 PM on Tuesday, April 4, 2023 at Tighe Hamilton Regional Funeral Home, 50 Central St., Hudson, MA. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 9 AM on Wednesday, April 5, 2023 at Saint Michael Parish, 21 Manning St., Hudson, MA; followed by a procession to Saint Michael Cemetery in Hudson for Committal Services.

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