Juniper Dillon Death, Obituary – It is with a heavy heart that we must inform you of the passing of our cherished Juniper Ann Dillon, age 2; she went away at home on the 30th of December, 2022. Our family and friends will miss her terribly. Juniper Dillon was born to her parents, Kristen and Jack Dillon, on April 2nd, 2020 in the city of Cambridge, which is located in the state of Massachusetts. Juniper, or “Junie” as she was more commonly referred as, was a ray of hope. She was born during a tough time in the history of the world, yet she didn’t waste a single second of the life she was given by failing to make people around her happy.
She didn’t waste a single second of the life she was given. Our Junie Bug always seemed to have a smile on her face, and the sounds of her laughing could be heard almost everywhere she went. Her laughter could be heard at home, at her Nonna’s house on the cherished Thursdays that they spent together, and at daycare, where she was cherished by both her peers and her instructors. Junie was not the type of person to wallow in misery for lengthy periods of time; on the contrary, she had a natural propensity to find comedy in even the most trying of circumstances.
This was simply how she was built. She was exceptionally sweet and thoughtful, and she really worried about the health and happiness of others in addition to her own. Junie had great pleasure in putting together puzzles and visiting to the park, where the swings and the “bumpy slide” were her favorite things to do there. She was able to establish herself in gymnastics, and she shined brilliantly at get-togethers with her family on the beach. Spending time with her family, receiving hugs and tickles from her parents, eating sweets with her grandparents, watching movies together as a family, and capping off the day by playing the song “Hey Jude” were the activities that brought Junie the greatest joy.
Spending time with her sister Annaleigh, acting funny, reading books, and playing make believe was the activity that she looked forward to the most out of anything in the entire world. It was her absolute favorite thing to do. In our opinions, she was a sour patch kid when she was younger. Junie’s place will, and always will, have a special place in our hearts. We gave her permission to be a part of our life, and very immediately after that, she began to make things better. Her grandparents, Matthew and Delia Dillon, Richard Morvillo, Cynthia Morvillo, and partner, Bill Sekellick;
Also, her uncle Brendan Dillon, wife Rosie, and cousins Sienna and Sophia; her uncle Karl Triest, aunt Caroline, and cousins Freddy and Evie; her aunt Shannon Dillon; her uncle Matthew Morvillo and aunt Taryn Morvillo At the Dolan Funeral Home, which can be found at 106 Middlesex Street, North Chelmsford, Massachusetts 01863, there will be a gathering to commemorate Junie’s life beginning at three in the afternoon and continuing until seven in the evening.