Kerry A. Souilliard

Kerry A. Souilliard

WATERTOWN — Kerry A. Souilliard, 42, passed away on Tuesday, April 27, at Vitas Innovative Hospice at St. Mary’s Hospital after a brief illness.

Kerry was born September 20, 1978, in Waterbury, daughter of Sharon (Grechika) Romano and her husband, Joseph Romano, of Watertown and Keith Souilliard, Sr., of Watertown and his companion, Lois Dileone of Prospect. Raised in Watertown, Kerry was a graduate of St. John Grammar School and Watertown High School, class of 1996.

Kerry always wanted to make others happy. She loved working in the service industry for many years where she had a following of loyal customers who adored her. 

Kerry loved spending time with her family, especially her cherished nieces and nephews. She will be remembered as a fun, loving, kind, caring and selfless person who could make anyone laugh.

In addition to her parents, Kerry is survived by her siblings, Shelley Guerrera and her husband, John, of Watertown, Sherry Souilliard and her husband, Nick Barber, of Waterbury and Keith Souilliard, Jr., and his wife Emily of Watertown; her nieces and nephews, Christian, Cameron, Nathan, Julian, Isabella, Katherine, Alexander and Eli, and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

A Mass of Christian burial took place Tuesday, May 4, at St. John the Evangelist Church, 574 Main St., Watertown. 

Burial will be held privately.

To send notes of sympathy and comfort to Kerry’s family, visit her tribute page at

Memorial contributions may be made in Kerry’s name to Carolyn’s Place 137 Grandview Ave., Waterbury 06708.

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