Published in the October 16, 2015 edition

Lorini,-obit-webLYNN — Breeanna L. Lorini, 25, of Lynn and previously of Englewood, Florida, passed away unexpectedly while at home in bed on Friday, October 9.

Breeanna was born on March 13, 1990 in Lakewood, New Jersey. She was raised in Englewood, Florida and attended Lemon Bay High School where she played softball and was on the cheerleading team. At the young age of 15, she met her soul mate, best friend, and love of her life Travis Lorini. It was love at first sight, and through the challenges of life, remained as devoted and in love with each other since the day they met.

Bree was a strong, beautiful woman who was completely in love with Travis, and her two young children, Giovanni and Giuliana. She learned how to be responsible from a young age and worked hard to provide for her growing family. As an adult, she trained for almost three years at the Animal Medical Center in Saugus before earning a recent position at the Saugus Animal Hospital as a veterinary technician. Bree was gifted with the ability to work with many sick and infirm animals with great compassion and strength.

Bree’s time spent on earth, although cut too short, was spent being the best wife and mother she could be. She found the most happiness in doing anything with her family. She and Travis grew up together as a couple, and were working hard to make each other the best they could be.

Bree was the family organizer for fun activities like going to the pool or water park, spending the day at Chuck E. Cheese with the kids, or more simple things like playing in the park, or visiting the mall. She loved being at home with Travis and the kids, playing games and just being with each other. She was happiest at home watching Netflix next to Travis in bed. Bree and Travis cherished the quiet time they had together but when they had the opportunity they loved going out on the town dancing. In the end, she was really most happy to be home with Travis, Giovanni and Giuliana.

Bree happily and lovingly cared for her family as only a mother can. She was a great cook, loved doing her daughter Giuliana’s hair, and taking pictures of everyone smiling and being happy as a family. Bree and Travis had everything they needed in life with the joy and happiness in each other and their children. She will be sorely missed but her memory will live on through the hearts and minds of her family.

Bree was the beautiful wife and adored first love of Travis Lorini. She was the loving mother of Giovanni and Giuliana Lorini. She was cherished daughter of K. Douglas Hanson of Lakewood, NJ, and the late Deborah (Murante) Hanson. She was the beloved daughter-in-law of Janice Lorini of Medford. She was the caring sister-in-law of Evan Holtom of Medford, Jocelyn Lorini of Danvers, and Charles Lorini, Jr. of Brooklyn, NY. She was the loving aunt of Ryleigh Sczewczyk and Evamarie Lorini. She is also survived by many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Relatives and friends will gather in honor and remembrance of Bree’s life during visiting hours at the Robinson Funeral Home, 809 Main St., Melrose on Saturday, October 17, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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