Kennah Gervais Obituary, Death – We at RTS are deeply saddened to inform you of Kennah Orr Gervais’s demise. On April 11, the former Florida International Panther player lost her battle with an extremely rare form of cervical cancer at the young age of 30. After finishing her playing career at FIU, Gervais would go on to become a coach at Webber International. She is survived by a large number of devoted family members and teammates, among them being her daughter Kylar, who is 4 years old.
Crestwood Nursing Home resident, age 90, passed away on Sunday, February 21, 2010 at the facility. She had been married to the late Charles L. Gervais before he passed away. She was the daughter of Thomas Burns, who passed away, and Rose (Mc Kenna), who also passed away. She was born in Barrington. For the past 19 years, Doris has been serving as the Head Cook for the Barrington School Lunch Program.
She had spent the previous quarter of a century in Barrington. Additionally, she called Warren home. Following her retirement, she split her time between Mashpee, Massachusetts, and Port St. Lucie, Florida. She had previously called East Bay Manor her home before moving to Crestwood. She has one daughter, Susan Wills, who lives in Warren, and two sons, Brian Gervais of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, and Glenn Gervais of Swansea, Massachusetts. She has a total of 8 great grandchildren in addition to 5 grandchildren.
She was also the sister of Thomas, John, and William Burns, all of whom have now passed away. Her funeral is scheduled to take place on Thursday at 9 am at WILBUR-ROMANO Funeral Home, which is located at 615 Main Street in Warren. Following the celebration of the Mass of Christian Burial, which will begin at 10 am at St. Mary of the Bay Church, located at 645 Main Street in Warren, the interment will take place in St. Mary of the Bay Cemetery.