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Jennifer Agule, 22

Jenna Agule
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Jennifer “Jenna” Sloan Agule, 22, was tragically taken from us on Jan. 26 during a skiing accident in Colorado. In her 22 years, Jenna accomplished more than one could even dream of in a lifetime. Always a loving and caring humanitarian, her passion for travel and exploration led her to Honduras, South Africa, Africa, Great Britain, Colorado, Cape Cod and travel across the country. Pursuing a life full of adventure, Jenna’s interests included skiing, hiking, music, singing, acting and the occasional bungee jump. She was happiest while discovering new experiences with friends, family and nature. Jenna’s zest for life and warm heart continues to inspire her family and friends to better themselves.

This beautiful and caring woman is survived by her parents Chip and Joy Agule of Acton, Mass.; her best friend and sister Devon Agule of Acton, Mass.; her foster sister Neiliz Davila of Uxbridge, Mass.; her loving paternal grandparents George and Sallie Agule of Acton, Mass.; her uncles Doug, Ken, Vin, Curt, Eric, Dan, Collin, and John; her aunts, Karen, Wendy, Jamie, Joanne, Janice, Ginger, Denise, Leslie and Hollace; and her cousins, Katy, Ana, Nina, Laura, Noelle, Jonathan, Lauren, Chris, Andrew, Conor, Alison, Sean, John, and Sarah as well as the legions of extended family and friends she had around the world.

She was predeceased by her maternal grandparents John and Joyce Salzmann of Acton, Mass.



Jenna was a 2006 graduate of Acton-Boxborough Regional High School and a 2010 graduate of St. Michael’s College. Loved ones rejoiced, honored, and remembered Jenna during services in Acton, Mass. on Jan. 30, and Jan. 31.

A memorial service is planned for a later date in Breckenridge. Donations can be made to benefit one of Jenna’s causes: the Olancho Aid Foundation (www.olanchoaid.org) which benefits schools in Honduras, or the Jenna Agule Memorial Fund, care of Wendy Nowokunski, 89 Hildreth St., Westford, Mass. 01886.



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