Spencer, Ellen Ann Ellen Ann Spencer, 69, died peacefully at her home in Brookline Massachusetts, January 2, 2021. She was predeceased my her father Raymond Jesse "Bud" Spencer and her mother Anastasia Eagle Spencer of Middletown, CT. She was also predeceased by her longtime life partner Paul. A graduate of Boston University, Ellen was an avid reader and loved to travel, especially to Europe and the United Kingdom. Ellen is survived by her Siblings Madeline Spencer Fazzino and Raymond Jesse Spencer Jr. Both of Higganum, CT and 3 neices and nephew and other loving family members. A memorial is to be planned at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Ellen's name to the museum of your choice.
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Madeline and Jesse, So sorry to hear of Ellen's passing. I remember the good times we had back in 4H. May your memories of her bring you comfort.
March 6, 2021
I am so sad to learn of Ellen's passing :( She was instrumental in making me feel comfortable at the UUWF board meetings when I first was privileged to be on them--in the 90's. In fact, when I was the secretary Ellen showed me how to use a computer to do the minutes! She was a lovely soul and I know she will be missed by many. I'm so glad I knew her. Judy Williams, Houston, Texas Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church
January 21, 2021
I am so saddened to hear about Ellen’s passing. She and I worked so closely together when she was UUWF executive assistant and I President of the Board, as she was for many other presidents. I had told her often how I couldn’t have done it without her. A devoted UU and feminist, her legacy will carry on. May loved ones be comforted during this time of grief. With sympathy, Linda Lu Burciaga, Newburyport, MA
Linda Lu Burciaga
January 19, 2021
Jesse so sorry for your loss.
January 10, 2021
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.