JENNIFER GARRICK OBIT – Jennifer Phillips Garrick, 24, a resident of South Weymouth, fought a heroic battle from an unforeseen illness after a long treatment. Weymouth is where Jenn was born and raised and she completed her diploma from Fontbonne in 2016. She has danced since the age of three and has danced for over 15 years at the Performing Dance Center in Weymouth, New York.
Shortly after graduating from Bridgewater State University in the early months of 2020, she began working as an executive recruiter at PharmaLogics Recruitment, LLC in Quincy. She has succeeded in everything she set out to do. Those who knew Jenn will remember her strong, outgoing personality and sense of humor, as well as her love of country music, the beach and vacations, and her passion for shopping.
She will also be remembered for her love of the beach and vacations. She is a very outgoing person who loves to go out and spend time with family and friends. She is a courtesan. Her affection for her friends and other people in her life is absolutely unparalleled, and she has always made it a point to maintain those relationships.
The only people who will miss her dearly are her devoted parents, Rick and Wendy Currier (Busquets), who lived in the American South. Weymouth, her identical twin sisters Justine and Janelle Currier and her fiancé Adrian Colmenares are all from Weymouth. Kimberly Elias and her husband John, Debbie Bambery and her husband Tom, and Mike Currier and his wife Jess are Jenn’s surviving uncles and aunts. Jenn is also survived by her cousins and cousins.
Jenn will be visiting at the Old Southern United Church on Monday, January 31, 2022 from 3:00pm to 6:30pm. The address of the church is 25 Columbian Street (Columbian Square), South Weymouth. Family and friends are cordially invited. At 7:00 p.m., after the visitation, a memorial service will be held in the Old South Church.
At Old South Church, visitors are required to wear masks. It is recommended to park in the church car park directly across from Old South, one of the public car parks in Columbia Square, or the Shepherd Funeral Home car park directly behind the church.