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Audrey F. Burgess

New London, Connecticut

Jun 24, 1928 – May 28, 2019 (Age 90)


Byles Memorial Home - New London Obituary

Audrey F. Burgess, 90 of Groton, passed away peacefully in her own home surrounded by her loved ones on Tuesday May, 28 2019.  She is survived by her daughters, Bonnie J Moon of Norwich, Cindy Burgess-Russotti of Norwich, and Tracy Sagun of Groton, 5 grandchildren, Rachel Moon Lindstrom, Jessica Moon​ Galante, ​Robert Moon Jr., Kaylee Russotti, Mackenzie Sagun and 7 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her son F. Keith Burgess Jr..  Audrey had been an inventory control specialist at Electric Boat Company in Groton.  She loved the people she worked with. She was a very enthusiastic sports fan, especially the Alabama Crimson Tide and the UCONN Huskys.  We will be celebrating her life at Langley’s Restaurant at Great Neck Country Club, 28 Lamphere Road in Waterford on August 16 at 5 PM. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to one of her favorite places, the Lyman Allen Museum, or to the Jimmy Fund.

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Cindy so sorry for your loss. My prayers go out to you and your family.

For as far back as I can remember you were always there for all of us who were Lucky enough to spend our childhood years in the neighborhood surrounding Burgess place. You and the other moms in the neighborhood did what you could do to keep us out of trouble . Not an easy task . You were Definitely Loved and will be missed by us all. You're in good company and at peace now . Love you. Say Hi to everyone for me .

Im so very sorry to hear of Audreys passing. She was such a kind and sweet lady. My son, Michael Fisher, and I met Audrey and Tracy back in the Roll on America days. I had some nice chats with Audrey when she would bring her car in to Girard Nissan for service. Our condolences to your family for your loss.

My sincerest condolences to you and your entire family

So very sad to hear this news about my godmother Audrey. She was my mother's best friend when they were young, and she was maid of honor at my parents' wedding. She was a lovely, sweet person who was always so thoughtful and kind, and my mother Olga and I are deeply sorry for her loss. We extend our most sincere condolences to her family.

I am so sorry to hear this sad news. Audrey was such special friend to my family. She was my moms (Olga Chiello McEnaney) dear friend since HS, Maid of Honor at my parents wedding, Godmother of my sister Cheryl and introduced my Mom to my Dad in 1944! Olga is 92 and last saw your Mom at my Dads Funeral in 2016 (he passed on 5/28 also). She just heard the news of Audreys passing today and is very sad and upset that she didnt have an opportunity to visit or express her condolences and respect...

Bonnie, Tracy and family....I'm sorry for your loss. Audrey was one strong lady, wonderful lady and I enjoyed our chats when she came into the office. I hope knowing she is at peace will be of some comfort to you.

Our deepest condolences, your family is in our prayers.

Seems a little more of my childhood has been taken away. Mrs B was one of the spectacular mothers who watched over all of us kids. Growing up on Burgess pl was a fantastic memory with the best people guiding us and shaping us for adulthood. To Mrs. B we will miss you but the heavens are having one heck of a block party I'm sure.