Jennifer Helen San

June 4, 1977 ~ May 23, 2020 (age 42)

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Jennifer Helen (Legaski, Sutherland) San of Weymouth, MA, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on May 23, 2020, at the age of 42, after a long battle with cancer. She was the Loving wife of Paddy San of Weymouth; Beloved mother of Emily Sutherland of Weymouth; Loving daughter and stepdaughter of Denise (Entner, Legaski) Infantino and Alex Infantino of Taunton and the late George Legaski; Dear sister of Jessica Kennedy of Arlington and Brother Joseph Legaski of Holbrook; Beloved granddaughter of Frieda Entner of Hawley, PA and the late Helen Stetkis; Loving niece of Richard and Annmarie Entner of Hawley, PA; and Devoted aunt of Alexa Kennedy of Arlington; Formerly married to James Sutherland of Abington; Also, survived by Father and mother-in-laws Joe and Sontheary Ng of Needham and Haysan and Daly Eap of Riverside, CA, brother and sister-in-laws Matthew Ng of Needham, Byron and Tracy Eap of Riverside, CA, Richard and Rachel Eap of Paris, CA, and grandmother-in-law Bun Thoeun Chea of Norfolk, MA.

Jenn was a 1995 graduate of Stoughton High School. She obtained her Medical Assistant Certification at Southeastern Regional and worked at HPHC for over 20+ years as a Broker Relations Specialist. Jenn was honored to be a part of the 1989 National Junior Olympics for Softball in Oklahoma. Jenn played third base. 

Jenn married her best friend, Paddy, in October of 2016. Jenn’s passions included planning and hosting family gatherings, cooking and baking. She was known for making her legendary Chocolate Chip Cookies. She was an avid Patriots and Celtics fan and enjoyed Reality TV, shopping, card games, and board games. 
Emily was Jenn's pride and joy. She was an active cheer mom and supported Emily’s cheer teams for many years. Jenn’s proudest moments were traveling and supporting Emily at her cheer competitions. 
Jenn cared greatly about people and will always be known for her contagious laugh. Jenn will be greatly missed as she touched the lives of many people with her kindness and compassion. We will always love and miss you.
Jenn was diagnosed with a rare vascular cancer called EHE (Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma). In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the EHE Foundation at
A Celebration of Jennifer’s Life and Memorial Service will take place at the funeral home at the end of Summer/early Fall. We will update as soon as the date is confirmed.

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