Anne M. Beaulieu
1934 - 2021
Anne M. Beaulieu, 87, of Port St. Lucie, Florida, passed away peacefully on Oct. 24, 2021 in her home with her husband by her side.

Anne was born Oct. 11, 1934, in East Rutherford New Jersey, to father Enrico Ferrigno and mother Mary (Ambrosino); and siblings Rose (Dolly) Baker, Gennaro (Jerry), and Harry (Junior) who preceded her in death, and Joseph (Joey) who resides in Stanhope, New Jersey.

She married Robert Beaulieu on Aug. 6, 1960, and moved to Torrington before settling in their new home in South Windsor in 1964 to raise her family. Anne was a wonderful cook and baker where she won the blue ribbon for her peach pie at the Goshen Fair, and had a love for Agatha Christie and other British mysteries. She enjoyed attending her children's sporting events that included many cold hours at hockey rinks across the state. The family spent summer vacations at Sun Valley Beach Club in Stafford Springs and the shores of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Anne enjoyed nurturing children and young adults, a second mother to many, with her volunteer work in her community participating in the Orchard Hill School PTA, president of the South Windsor High School Booster Club, CCD education, and South Windsor Youth Hockey Association as a board member, secretary, and chair of many committees. She also worked outside the home as a secretary at the University of Hartford, the business department at South Windsor High School, and Fleet Bank, and founded the Prestige Temporary Agency that provided secretarial services. Amongst the raising of her family and busy work schedule Anne was a two-time cancer survivor.

Anne is survived by her husband, Robert of Port St. Lucie; and three children, Gregory of Marana Arizona, Douglas and his wife, Linda of Port St. Lucie, and Matthew and his wife, Cindy of Westbrook. She is also survived by five grandchildren, Caroline (Beaulieu) Campbell, Kevin Beaulieu, Jason Beaulieu, Jacob Beaulieu, and Timothy Beaulieu.

She will be inurned in the Wapping Cemetery in South Windsor.

Anne will be dearly remembered by all who knew her.

Published by Journal Inquirer from Nov. 19 to Nov. 23, 2021.
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To The Entire Beaulieu Family, We were deeply saddened upon hearing of "Mrs. B.´s" passing. From the time Matt and Cindy moved into our neighborhood, our friendship quickly flourished and soon we had the pleasure of getting to know Anne and Bob, who so lovingly welcomed us into the Beaulieu family. Anne always made a special effort to ask how we were doing as well as taking an interest in the lives of our kids. It was obvious how much she loved and adored her children and grandchildren. We hope you all can find comfort in knowing that Anne is resting peacefully. May the memories you´ve shared throughout your lifetime help ease your sorrow. With love and our deepest condolences, Denise, Josh, Kevin and Katie Zalaski
The Zalaski Family
November 19, 2021
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