Margaret J. "Meg" Randazza Print E-mail

Margaret J. "Meg" Randazza

Margaret J. "Meg" Randazza, 50, a Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine, of Andover, Massachusetts, and formerly of Lowell, passed away peacefully on Thursday evening, January 22nd at Mass General Hospital after a long illness with cancer.

Born in Lowell, Massachusetts on May 19th, 1964, the daughter of Michelle "Mickey" (Bourgeois) Randazza and the late Joseph P. Randazza, she was mother of Juliette M. Randazza, and the widow of Wayne C. Middleton.

Meg was a graduate of the Academy of Notre Dame, in Tyngsboro with the class of 1982. She went on to graduate with Bachelor and Master’s degrees in computer science from Brown University.

In 2005 she received a Doctorate in Veterinarian Medicine from Tufts School of Veterinarian Medicine.

Currently, Meg was the owner and operator of Andover Mobile Vet of Andover, a home veterinarian service to many pet owners in the Merrimack Valley.

Meg had many interests among them photography and gardening.

However, Meg's greatest joy was that of being a mother to her daughter, Juliette M. Randazza of Andover, a sophomore at her alma mater, Brown University.

Besides her mother Mickey and her partner, Polly, Meg is survived by her brother Peter and his wife Trish of Rye Beach, NH, and by her loving companion Chris Cormier of Andover, MA.

Relatives and friends are invited to her Memorial Service to be held Saturday evening, January 31, 2015 at the ARLINGTON STREET CHURCH, 351 Boylston St. in Boston at 6:00 P.M. E-condolences at Those wishing to may make contributions in Meg's memory to the MSPCA, 400 Broadway, Methuen, MA 01844 or to any charity of their choice. Arrangements by Funeral Directors James F.O'Donnell, Jr. and John W. Crane (978 or 866) 458-8768.


Condolences (32)
  • Jeff King  - So sad
    Meg took care of our 2 cats until they passed away last fall. We just adopted a cat and heard about her passing from the MSPCA. It was heartbreaking news. So very sorry.
  • Barbara Powell  - What a woman!
    Mickey, Polly and Juliette, The service for Meg from juliette's lighting the candle to the last blessing was such a lovely tribute to Meg. Her intelligence, warmth and humor, as well as her fierce love for Juliette, shone through the remembrances. I am so sorry for your loss, but also confident that her spirit and your strength will carry you through this sad time. Love, Barbara
  • Caroline Pooler  - Deepest Sympathy
    Our family was saddened to hear of Dr. Meg's passing. She was so gentle and kind to our animals. We will miss her.
  • Bonnie Dulude  - A great loss
    So sorry to hear of DR. Meg's passing. I only met Meg once,but was so impressed by her caring gentle manner. She was one of a kind.
  • Bonnie Dulude  - A great loss
    I only met Dr. Meg once.I was so impressed by her gentle and caring manner. She was truly one of a kind. I am so sorry for your and the world's loss.
  • Janet Junkins Haverhill MA  - Deepest Sympathy
    To Dr. Megs Family, I just received the letter yesterday. I am so sorry for your loss she was always there to help me out. I first met her when I needed a vet to come to the house to put my beautiful pointer down, we all sat under a big pine tree outside with my 92 year old mother and Dr. Meg was wonderful. Peaceful and beautiful, then my mom passed a few years later and I adopted two german short haired pointers from the MSPCA in Methuen and Dr. Meg took care of them and then one got really sick and I had to put her down. Dr. Meg came to my house and I played beautiful Reiki music and my dog went to the other side very peacefully. Dr. Meg and Susan gave me a great big hug after. I'm sure there are a lot of animals that where waiting for her at the rainbow bridge when she crossed over. Dr. Meg say hi to Katie and Sam when you see them, give them a big hug. You will be deeply missed.
  • Marlene Hurley  - Sadness
    In addition to being my daughter's best friend throughout vet school, Meg was an accomplished pianist. I stayed with Juliette two summers while Meg was away at piano school. Juliette, I am so pleased you are at Brown and are well on your way to a wondrous life of your own. Your mother was always very proud of you.
  • Mr. & Mrs. Vincent J. DeVellis  - Our heart felt sympathy
    Please know that Vincent and I wish you peace with the loss of someone you all cared for and loved. I am sure she will be very missed but her work left paw prints on all your hearts.
  • Mr. & Mrs. Vincent J. DeVellis
    Chris and family, Vincent and I are so sorry about Meg. I am sure that this is a terrible and sad loss for you all. Know we wish you peace and sympathy our hearts go out to you Chris.
  • Lauren Wilmarth  - Inspirational
    I am so sorry to hear of Meg's passing. She was such a kind and generous person, and the world was a better place with her in it. She graciously helped me to prepare for applying to veterinary school, and I will be forever grateful for that. She was willing to help out anyone and everyone that she knew, and it is that level of kindness that will be remembered. May she always rest in peace.
  • Daphne Felix's Family  - Gratitude...
    It was an awful moment today to hear of Dr. Meg's passing today. I'm so appreciative to have met her and the support she provide us on a dark day. If we all could leave a mark and impression or benefit another person like she did,, would be a life well lived. I don't have words to express my thoughts and feelings of her loss. She spoke fondly of her daughter and was so proud of her. God speed Dr. Meg..thank you so much for all you did for our family!
  • The Wilmarth Family  - Our Most Sincere and Deepest Sympathy
    We were all so saddened to hear of Meg's passing. She was a wonderful, caring, and dedicated person, mother, friend and professional. Dr. Meg willingly shared her passion for the field of veterinary medicine and Lauren was fortunate to learn from her as a mentor. Our thoughts and prayers are with Juliette and the Randazza family at this time and in the days ahead. Mary Ann, Roger, Tori, Lauren and Zach WIlmarth
  • Lisa Hart/Sean Martin  - Deepest Sympathy
    Our thoughts and prayers to wonderful Dr. Meg's family and loved ones. Sean and Lisa Fitzy, Juno and Macy
  • Cindy Kay  - Deepest sympathey
    Dearest Mickey, Peter and Juliette, I am so sorry for your loss. I always thought of Meg as such a genuine person. She was incredibly strong, dedicated and kind. I have very fond memories of watching x-File episodes with Meg, Peter, Rhonda and Randy, as well as playing boardgames at the Beach house. I will always treasure my last memory of Meg making Smores with my family at Rhonda's and Randy's Tin cabin. We will miss her. Cindy, Nathan, Isabella and Molly
  • Grace Conway
    Mickey and family Please accept my deepest sympathy on Meg's death Grace
  • Abrahamian Family  - Randazza Family
    Heartfelt sympathies to the entire Randazza family.
  • Debi Paisley  - To sleep perchance to dream.
    Meg, You left us to quickly. You were loved by many, animal and human and you Will be missed. I am sure Cornelia and Atticus were there to greet you and Thank you for showing them mercy in their time of need. Rest in peace and keep our beloved animals company Up there. Debi
  • Meagan Smith, TUSVM V'05
    I am so sorry to hear of Meg's passing. With deepest sympathy, Meagan
  • Karen Dostaler  - A True Friend
    Meg was a true friend especially during our formative high school years and then long after that. I just looked back at the 1982 NDA Yearbook. We all look so young and happy. I will remember her that way and as a treasured friend. She was smart, worked hard, had great sense of humor and laugh. She was someone who made a difference in my life.
  • Louise Abbott and Joanna Harri  - Prayers for the Randazza family
    On behalf of my mother, Lou, and myself, I wanted to express how truly heartbroken we are. Meg was such a wonderful, kind, strong woman who's generosity of spirit was felt and appreciated by everyone who ever knew her. Mickey, Polly, Peter and Juliette, you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Much Love, Lou and Joanna
  • Phil Nardone/Scott Peltier  - Thinking of you
    I will forever recall the stories of Meg as told by her loving and caring mother, Micky. Meg put so much love into her daughter that I kniw Julliette will carry that with her forever. Our thoughts are with you at this time! Micky and Polly, know that we are here for you if you need anything. Love, Phil & Scott.
  • barbara, bob and hope howe  - MEG, you took wonderful care of Hope, our chihuaha
    To Meg and her family, our deepest sympathy in the loss of Meg. She came to our house to take care of Hope, and she became our veterinarian and our friend. Meg was a caring, easy to talk to, wonderful veterinarian and friend. we will miss her coming to our house. with sympathy and friendship in your loss, sincerely, Barbara, bob and hope howe, 195 Salem St. Unit 2208, Wilmington,ma. 01887
  • Dorothy Febbi  - With Deepest Sympathy
    Our thoughts and prayers are with Juliette and Mickey during this very difficult time. I have such wonderful childhood memories of Meg, I will treasure them always. With deepest sympathy, Dorothy
  • Peg and Bruce Grimes  - Our Sympathies
    We want to convey our deepest sympathies on the passing of Meg. There are so many happy memories of our times in Maine when our families got together for lobster and bouillabaisse. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
  • joanne and bob hatem  - Dr. Meg
    We are saddened for you and those who love you. Please accept our heartfelt condolences, thought and prayers. We will always remember the joy of the neighborhood, the times shared by the Hatems and Randazzas. Peace be with you Meg.
  • May Curran  - Former Andover Mobile Vet vet tech
    I am so saddened by Meg's passing. She was such a gentle, generous and compassionate soul towards all living beings. I'm so glad to have met her when we were both volunteering at the Methuen MSPCA just before she started Andover Mobile Vet. It was both a privilege and joy to embark on that journey with her. She taught me so much, not only as a veterinary professional, but more importantly, what it meant to live a life of purpose. She will forever have a very special place in my heart. RIP Dr. Meg.
  • Bill Hawkins  - Devastation
    Meg, for decades, successfully battled various demons of the worst variety. I only know a bit about this, but what I know is simply terrifying. Somehow, through all of this, Meg became a topflight engineer, and, a trusted confidante of everyone involved, on subtle engineering/personnel issues at Interleaf, one of the greatest engineering companies in history. Her scientific and anthropological skills were second to none, and were leveraged by all concerned. Nevermind that Meg had a truly great sense of humor, which always lightened the emotional load of interactions at the most adept moments. I find it simply wonderful that she became a Tufts Vet. Excellence again. Meg's death is truly devastating. Life is not fair.
  • Mindy Meyer  - Deepest Sympathy
    I am deeply saddened by Dr. Meg's passing. She was such a loving and companionate person. Always willing to go out of her way for her friends and four legged friends as well. I feel so fortunate to have known Dr. Meg. May the memories of her love and compation comfort the family she leaves behind.
  • Tish Bachmann and Bill McCartn  - Knox
    My dog Knox had been lovingly taken care of by Dr. Meg and I will sorely miss her. I am shocked by her passing as her energetic, positive, warm loving self appeared at my door to care for Knox as recently as this fall. We extend our deepest condolences to you, her family, I often heard the joy in her heart when she spoke of her daughter. We will miss her.
  • Rosalee Zammuto  - Genuine and Caring
    My family and I are deeply sadden by Meg's passing. Although I only knew her about a year and seen her only a handful of times, I felt she was a genuine and caring person. It was a blessing my Cousin Chris and she had found each other. They shared many good times. RIP, Meg.
  • Ana Alvarado  - Senior Director, Cummings School of Veterinary Med
    On behalf of all of us at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Dr. Meg was a wonderful mentor. Her colleagues and friends consider themselves fortunate to have known her. May you be comforted by the great memories you all shared together and the outpouring of love surrounding you. With thoughts of peace and courage for you. Rest in peace, Dr. Meg.
  • Sia Clark  - Deepest Sympathy
    Mickey, I am so sorry to hear of Meg's passing. My thoughts are with you and your family. Sia
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