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Elizabeth N. Salah
January 18, 2024
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Elizabeth N. Salah, affectionately known as Liz to her friends and loved ones, passed away peacefully on January 18, 2024, at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Born in Boston, Liz's journey began on a day that would mark the beginning of a life filled with love, kindness, and compassion. Liz was the beloved daughter of Beverly A. (McCracken) and Thomas C. Salah of Canton, a sister who shared an unbreakable bond with Cristen Gardner and her husband Brian of Warwick, RI, Lauren Salah and her fiancé Patrick Goggin of Canton, Ashley Salah of Canton, and Katelyn Salah of Canton. Granddaughter of George Salah of Chestnut Hill. Niece of Noreen Burpee of FL, Joseph Salah of Kingston, Marjorie Rodd of FL, and the late Sandra McCracken. She treasured her role as a loving aunt to Emma Goggin, Thomas Goggin, George Goggin, Ben, Matthew, Jake, and Charlotte Gardner, and her infectious joy spread to each of them through her unwavering care and attention. A proud graduate of Canton High School's Class of 2016, Liz continued her pursuit of knowledge and service at Suffolk University in Boston, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. Her passion for learning was only eclipsed by her dedication to nurturing young minds, as evidenced by her cherished years working as a Pre-K Teacher for a Day Care Center in Norwood and Walpole. Liz's love extended beyond her family and career to her beloved dog, Nina, who was a constant source of comfort and companionship. She was known for her strong will, a testament to her resilience and determination in all aspects of life. Liz's caring nature was especially evident in the way she cherished children, particularly her nieces and nephews, whose lives she enriched with her boundless love and kindness. Described by those who knew her as strong willed, funny, and loyal, Liz's warmth radiated to everyone she encountered. Her smile was a beacon of friendship, welcoming all into her heart and life. Liz's positive impact and the memories she created will continue to resonate with her family, friends, and the many lives she touched. As we say goodbye to Liz, her spirit remains a guiding light in the lives of those she loved. Her legacy of kindness, love, and friendship will be forever cherished and remembered by her family and the community she so ardently served. Liz's life was a testament to the power of love and the strength of the human spirit. She will be deeply missed, but the lessons she taught through her actions and the love she gave so freely will continue to inspire and guide us. Her memory will live on as a blessing to all who were fortunate enough to know her. In the hearts of her family, Liz will always be the loving daughter, sister, granddaughter, and aunt whose presence brought joy and whose absence will be deeply felt. As we reflect on her life, we take solace in the knowledge that Liz's love will continue to surround us, just as her memory will forever be etched in our hearts. May the life of Elizabeth N. Salah be celebrated not just in mourning her passing but in honoring the extraordinary person she was. Her spirit, a beautiful and enduring presence, will never be forgotten. Visiting hours at the Dockray & Thomas Funeral Home 455 Washington St. Canton Monday 4:00 to 7:00 pm. Funeral service at the funeral home Tuesday morning at 11:00. Burial Forest Hills cemetery, Boston. Donations may be made in her memory to the MSPCA at www.mspca.org.