I knew Ann very well from my childhood and spent many great times with her. I have nothing but great memories of her and her kindness toward me. I'm saddened by the news and wish the best for the family.
Ann you were always the mom of all moms. Growing up with all the neighborhood kids... You were always there for all of us. You encouraged us and took care of us. I cherish those day's in the old neighborhood. My thoughts and prayers go out to all had the chance to know Ann.
My most sincere condolences to the family. Ann was a bright spirit who will be missed.
My condolences to Tom and his family. Annie was a lovely, generous person full of sparkle and mischief. I haven't seen her in years but easily remember her smile and can hear her laugh. Clearly she touched many lives and will be sorely missed.
Celia and the entire Haffey-Quinn family, I am so saddened to learn of this news. There are no words. Ann was a beautiful person inside and out. May you find strength, comfort and healing amongst each other and the treasured memories you have.
Her radiant smile and engaging personality will forever be missed......
Mirth is the word that comes to mind when I recall Ann's radiant smile. And who could fail to marvel at that glorious mane of hair! We were fellow students both at MHC and Trinity Dublin, where she extended many a kindness to this gawky classmate. I feel honored to have known her. My sincere condolences, Cynthia Walsh McLendon
I am stunned and saddened by the premature death of my MHC classmate. As a fellow English major, Ann was warm, open and generous in a department that could often be otherwise: She was a friend. Sincere condolences to her family.
I am heartsick to hear this news. Ann lit up the hallways of our high school each and every day, and it was a joy to catch up with her at reunions. I know she is well and truly home, but I mourn this great loss to all her family - and to all of us who loved her.
Our deepest sympathy goes out to you, Tom, and all your family. Ann was such a bright light and every year I looked forward to seeing her at TLV. She was warm and kind and I always enjoyed visiting with her. I remember how my father, Al Everts, was so fond of her. She is gone much too soon and I hope you find comfort in your wonderful family and friends.
Nancy, Paul and Sarah Rodriguez
As an old friend from Holy Child, I will always picture Ann with her gorgeous red hair and warm, fun personality. I have not seen her in many years but share your sadness at this time. My best to all the family!
I shared dinner with Annie and Tom at a Christmas party and she was elegant, funny and engaging....someone who obviously touched many lives each and every day.
Kathy and Bill Schnepp
While I have only known Annie a short time,her charm and warmth of her personality made me feel that we were life long friends. I know I am a better person now for having known her and will greatly miss her!!
My thoughts go out to all the family especially Charlie and Joan my former Holy Child classmate. I will pray for all who are feeling such a sad loss.
I will miss Ann's easy laugh, wit and huge, kind heart. She left a meal for my father at his door when he first moved to Northampton, after losing his home to a fire. He never forgot that meal. Ann was a gorgeous human-being, in every way.
My deepest sympathy to Annie's family. She was a wonderful person.
Ann was a lovely lady, and always made us very welcome when we visited from England. She will be sorely missed. Our thoughts are with Tom and the boys xxx
Ann always had a smile on her face and had genuine concern for others. She will be missed by us a Northshore Seafood.
Rest in Peace Ann
Heartfelt sympathy from my family to yours at this difficult time. Our prayers are with you.
This notice made me smile; Ann is so present in the words. She accomplished so much in her too-short time with you. I wish you peace.