Esther Farrell, also affectionately known as “Big Mama”, was born
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December 4, 1935 in Alston, Georgia to the late Nathaniel and Annie Bell Brown.
Esther worked at Mass General Hospital for 7 years, then went on to work as a home health aide while studying for her GED. Esther received her GED in 1978. She also received her Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certificate in 1985 from the Columbia Adult Education Center in Boston, Mass. She worked untiringly for many years as a CNA for Hospice Care.
Esther enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and loved to watch westerns.
Esther was a member of the House of God Church of Dorchester for many years.
On Tuesday, November 10, 2020, Esther answered the call and was granted her heavenly wings.
She leaves to cherish her memories: sons - Jerry Jarden and Kenneth Murray; daughters - Ethel, Annie, Isabelle, Debra, Elouise, Patricia and Sheila; sixteen grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren.
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