March 4, 2024

Native Obituaries

“Allison lived her brief, stunning life absolutely and her heat smile will stay within the recollections of all those that knew her.”

Allison Kane. – through Ginley Funeral Properties

Allison Marie Kane, 19, of Franklin, died on January 2 from accidents sustained in an auto accident.

Allison lived her brief, stunning life absolutely and her heat smile will stay within the recollections of all those that knew her.

She was a loving sister and devoted buddy to many alongside her life’s journey. She treasured all the buddies she made in her many actions rising up in Franklin, particularly, soccer, dance, woman scouts, St Mary’s spiritual schooling, and neighborhood gatherings.

In highschool she expanded her inventive expertise and loved drawing and portray, taking skilled lessons in her free time. She even preferred to fish at native ponds. Allison graduated from Franklin Excessive Faculty and was a freshman at Wentworth Institute, majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

Born in Boston, on December 8, 2004, the daughter of James F. and Dympna (Durnin) Kane, Allison had been a lifelong Franklin resident. Along with her mother and father, she is survived by her sisters Sarah and Caitlin of Franklin.

She can also be survived by her nephew Owen, aunts and uncles Jean and Patrick Foley of Braintree, Mary Kane and Val DePerrio of North Studying, John and Christine Kane of South Boston, Catherine Durnin and Paul Brennan of Milton, Marie Durnin, Tom and Joan Durnin, Dolores Durnin, Shiela and Trevor Smith, Joseph Durnin, PJ Durnin and Siobhan Morgan of Eire. Allison can also be survived by many pricey cousins and mates.

Her funeral mass can be celebrated on Tuesday, January 9, in St. Mary’s Church at 10:00 am. Stay stream the Mass at stmarysfranklin.org.

The burial can be in St. Joseph’s Cemetery, West Roxbury.

Calling hours can be on Monday, January 8, from 4-7 pm within the Ginley Funeral House of Franklin (wwwginleyfuneralhomes.com), 131 Principal Avenue, Franklin, 02038.

In lieu of flowers, donations could also be made in her reminiscence to the Franklin YMCA, 45 Forge Hill Street, Franklin, MA 02038.

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