We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Tighe Hamilton Regional Funeral Home
Our family is deeply saddened to announce the unexpected passing of our beloved Nycole "Colie" Marie Ferrera. On August 24th, 2021, after a long battle with PTSD and substance abuse addiction, Nycole received her wings and is now flying with the angels.
Nycole was born on January 2nd,1985, Daughter to Kimberly Ann Clark of Hudson and John Paul Ferrera of Arizona. Colie will be dearly missed by her parents. Her sons Ashton McNamara, Brayden Ferrera, and Cristiano Ferrera. Her sisters Raychel and husband Robert Hudson, Samantha and husband Craig Martin, and Hailey Labier and partner Justin Melo. Her Grandmothers Carolyn "Bonnie" Clark and Patricia "Pat" Ferrera. Her niece Isybella Hudson. Her Aunts, Gaige Clark and Debra (Ferrera) Denisevich. Her Great aunts, Elizabeth Vital and Jane Duffy.As well as countless , Cousins and dear friends. It brings comfort to the family knowing she was met by her late Grandfathers, John "Doboy" Clark and Richard "Dicky" Ferrera; her great grandmothers, Thelma Shuck (Nana Sugar) and Alice Ferrera, along with her very best friend Alicia, with open arms at the gates of Heaven.
As a young girl Nycole enjoyed playing outside with her older sister Raychel and all of her neighborhood friends. She was involved in sports and cheerleading, but her true passion was taking care of her baby sisters Sammy and Hailey. When they were born our family immediately noticed that she had a natural way with children. We all knew that one day Nycole would be an amazing Mother and her dreams came true with the birth of her first son, Ashton.
After graduating from Clinton High School, Nycole went on to become a teacher's assistant and was recently accepted to Framingham State College where she was scheduled to study Forensic Psychology. Her passion was to help the underdog, and rid the system of the corruption that her and her two youngest boys have been forced to face. She was highly intelligent and well-spoken. Nycole's spirituality shines through her daily journal entries of life experiences, deepest feelings, and her vision of a brighter future for herself and her children. Nycole was passionate when it came to music. You would find her singing and dancing throughout her house, oftentimes, forcing you to join in on her fun and loving moments. These memories we will always hold dear in our hearts.
Nycole was known for her deep love and compassion for her family, friends, and especially for her three sons and her niece Isybella. If you were lucky enough to be a part of Nycole's life, you knew that her love and loyalty towards her family and friends were most important to her. Nycole had her own struggles but was always the first person to help anyone in need. Nycole was a vibrant young woman, with an infectious laugh and beautiful smile that would brighten every room she entered. Nycole truly and genuinely cared for every person in her life.
In Nycole's late life she spent most of her time with family. She enjoyed spending her days with her mom and Grandmother, Bonnie. Most recently, over the past few months, it was important to Nycole to care for her niece "Angel Face" Bella after school. Nycole and Bella were like two peas in a pod. They loved going for bike rides and walks to get ice cream. You could always count on their goofiness to come out when they were together. Nycole and Bella had a beautiful bond that our family will cherish forever.
Although our beloved Nycole's life was cut short, the impression she left on the lives of all who knew her will last forever. She leaves behind a family that loves her deeply and will continue to honor her life as she rests in heaven.
Until we meet again our beautiful angel.
Love, Hugs and Angel Kisses... Always!
A period of visitation will be held from 3:30pm until 5:30pm; immediately followed by a Celebration of Her life at 5:30pm, on Friday, September 10, 2021, at Tighe Hamilton Regional Funeral Home, 50 Central St., Hudson, MA.