Ann R. Coddaire

Haverhill, Massachusetts

1941 - 2017


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Ann R. Coddaireof Chelmsford, MA; 75 CHELMSFORD, MA -- Ann R. Coddaire, 75, of Chelmsford, MA, passed away Monday, October 16, 2017, at her beach home in Seabrook Beach, NH with her loving husband John at her side. Ann was born in Haverhill, MA December 11, 1941 the daughter of the late S. Joseph...

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John and Family,
Our deepest sympathies on the loss of dear Ann. She was such a wonderful person and will truly be missed. She was such a great teacher and helped so many of us along when we first began our CCD teaching careers at St. Mary's. I hold many fond memories of her and all of you from that time in my life and of course, at the beach at Seabrook as well.

Know that all of you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May she rest in Peace in the arms...

To the Coddaire family,
I was blessed to be Ann's colleague for some years at NDA. She was a gift to the teaching profession. Ann was a role model for her students and her colleagues. Later, I was privileged to be her grandchildren's teacher at CHS. It was obvious that the love of family, and importance of good character that were so important to Ann were passed down through the generations. Ann definitely left this world better than she found it, and I know I am better for having known...

John, John Jr and Katherine,

I am so sorry to hear of Ann's passing. I have so many happy memories of the years I spent as your neighbor.
May the passing of time ease your pain...I lost my love of 12 years on July 6th of this year so I understand the feeling of loss.
May God watch over and help you at this time,
With much love to you all,
Ann O'Neil

Heartfelt prayers go out to you and your family during this incredibly sad and difficult time. Sincere condolences.
Tricia Dzuris


I am so sorry to hear of passing your wife Ann. She was a sweet person and will be truly missed.

Tom Decker


I am so sorry to hear your wife passing.She was such a sweet lady. And you both were great neighbors

Tom Decker

I am so sorry for your loss. Mrs. Coddaire was such a sweet, loving teacher who made those high school years so much better when you would walk into her classroom and be greeted by her warm, smiling face. Rest in Peace.