Kristie Bezreh Obituary, Burlington, MA Car Accident

Kristie Bezreh Obituary, Burlington, MA Car Accident

On November 1, 2022, Kristie Bezreh passed suddenly from injuries incurred in an automobile accident. Kristie was reared in Burlington and graduated with the 2009 class from Burlington High School. She began playing the piano in high school and later performed with her band at the Real School of Music in Burlington and the BHS Battle of the Bands.

Kristie continued her musical endeavours while playing rugby and studying at Framingham State University after graduating high school. She started a band called Remember The Grass People with her buddies, who performed their guitars on the university lawn. Kristie played the guitar and sang backup vocals at the concerts when the trio performed both original songs and covers.

She continued to create songs, sing, and pick up new instruments like the mandolin and banjo as she developed a renewed love for music and performing. In recent years, Kristie has enjoyed singing and playing the banjo with her folk-bluegrass band, Gay Uncle with a Shotgun. Kristie used her talents to get tattoos, create wood-burned artwork for her loved ones, and write songs.

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Kristie started as a behaviour therapist with Beacon ABA Services, where she discovered her love for working with autistic kids. After that, she attended Cambridge College while working as a behaviour technician at Bierman Autism Centers.

Kristie completed a master’s degree and board certification in the behaviour analysis exam (BCBA). She left Bierman in January and began working as a BCBA with Journey Autism & Behavioral Care Centers. Kristie sincerely liked her job and treated her clients with kindness, patience, and compassion.

Kristie loved to box and skateboard to keep in shape. She participated in the Haymakers for Hope event Belles of the Brawl in 2018, designed to raise money for cancer research. She trained at BoxSmith in West Roxbury to prepare for the fight and raised almost $7,000 for cancer research. Her passion for martial arts was ignited when she first started practising karate as a young child. She later attained a second-degree black belt.

Kristie was Susan Bezreh’s stepdaughter and the adored child of Kelley Cronin and Steve Bezreh. She was Sabrina Doyle’s stepsister and the cherished sister of Stacey Bezreh and Thomas Bezreh. Marjorie Cronin treasured Kristie as her granddaughter, who is survived by many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Her grandparents, Mitchell and Shirley Bezreh, and Gerard Cronin, predeceased Kristie.