Ex-Windham woman, who worked at Fidelity, killed in Massachusetts crash
Family and friends are mourning the loss of Ashleigh M. Baudin, a former Windham resident and current customer service representative at Fidelity Investments in Merrimack, who was killed in a Sunday night crash in Stoneham, Mass.
Baudin, 25, died of injuries when the car she was driving struck a box truck parked in the breakdown lane along Interstate 93, police said. A passenger was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries, they said.
Baudin, who had been living in Methuen, grew up in Windham and graduated from Salem High School. She earned a degree from Southern New Hampshire University, and worked for a time at Canobie Lake Park before joining Fidelity last year.
Police investigating the incident say it’s not yet clear why Baudin’s car drifted into the breakdown lane, but they said they don’t believe alcohol or drugs were involved.
Baudin was active in her church, St. Matthew Parish in Windham, and was a Shriners volunteer. She leaves her mother, Genevieve, of Salem and her father, Kevin Baudin Sr. of Pelham; two siblings, and a close friend, Brandon Freeman of Salem.
Calling hours are set for Tuesday from 4-8 p.m. at Douglas & Johnson Funeral Home, 214 Main St., Salem.
A funeral Mass will be celebrated Wednesday at noon at St. Matthew Parish in Windham.
– DEAN SHALHOUP