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Today we are mourning and missing her deeply. Ann was such a generous woman, had enormous love for her family and friends. I am blessed to have known her for over 25+ years, consider her a second mother to me and "Nana Annie " to my son. I know you will always have her passion in your hearts as you heal as a family You will show your children the love and life teachings that she taught to you and molded into the exceptional adults you are now.

My deepest condolences to my friends.
Love, Jodie, Dennis and Cole


Posted by: Jodie Watson - malden, MA - family friend   Sep 19, 2011

I can remember from the time Ann was born on Pearl Street in Malden and the doctor came to check on her. My sister was a wonderful mother and grandmother. I can remember when she worked in Boston and she liked to buy shoes every pay check. Gerry was her first and only love. Her children and grandchildren were her love and her passion.


Posted by: John Forti - Tyngsboro, MA - brother   Sep 19, 2011

I still have the first letter that Anna and Martha sent to me in MI. I had not met either of them as yet but was dating their brother. They made me feel a part of the family and I thought the world of them as soon as I read trhe letter. Thank you for making me a part of your family. I will miss you dearly.
You are in my prayers.
Dianne.


Posted by: Dianne Forti - Tyngsboro, MA - sister in law   Sep 19, 2011