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Anna M. Emond Obituary
Anna M. (Tempesta) Emond, 97 years of age, passed away at her home in Plymouth Monday, March 31, 2014. Anna was born in San Donato, Italy, and came to this country in 1929, settling in West Quincy. She was educated in Italy. She married her late husband Oscar J. Emond in 1946, relocating to Braintree. She taught rug braiding adult education in the south shore schools. She subsequently started the Village Braider Antiques and Rug Braiding Company in Braintree in 1964. She then moved to Plymouth in 1978 and moved the business to Plymouth. Her shop is still maintained today mainly as an antique shop which is currently run by her son, Bruce. She was a former member of St. Thomas More Church in Braintree and she attended St. Margarets Church in Buzzards Bay. She was very active in the antique business attending shows throughout the east coast. She was noted for her hand braided rugs throughout the area and even has had one exhibited in the Museum of Fine Arts. She was the beloved wife of the late Oscar J. Emond, who passed away in 1982. She was the devoted and loving mother of Adrienne Barnes and her husband Walter of Rio Vista, Calif., Bruce S. Emond of Plymouth, David W. Emond and his wife Christine of Plymouth, and Paul Emond and his partner Terri Jeannette of Woburn. She was the loving grandmother of Michael Barnes and his wife Jessica Staddon, Nichole Almassey and her husband Charley, and Jennifer Chapman and her husband Ron all of California, Alexander Emond and his wife Kristen of Scituate, Sarah Emond and her partner John Sirgany of Walpole, Abraham Emond and his wife Sonja Heuscher of Alaska, and Justin Emond and his partner Alexandra Brazier of Cambridge. She is the great-grandmother of Linsey and Kelsey Almassey of California, Dominick Emond of Scituate, Oscar and Milo Barnes both of California, and Julianna Emond of Alaska. She is also survived by her adopted son, David E. Erskine of Plymouth. Anna is also survived by seven nephews, twelve great-nieces and nephews, and seven great great-nieces. Visiting hours will be held at the Richard Davis Funeral Home, 373 Court Street, Rte. 3A, Plymouth, Thursday, April 3, 2014, from 4-8 p.m. There will be a Catholic prayer service at the funeral home Friday, April 4, at 11 a.m. Burial will follow at in the Chiltonville Cemetery in Plymouth. Memorial donations may be sent to the Massachusetts General Hospital Development Office. Attn: Shawn Fitzgibbons, Suite 1310, 100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02114.

Published in Old Colony Memorial from Apr. 1 to Apr. 8, 2014
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