Ann V. Somerville, Wyman, 89, of Cumming,
Georgia and formerly of Gainesville, Georgia and Derby,
Vermont, passed away September 18, 2021. She was
born Ann Hutchison in Flushing, New York on March
30, 1932 to the late Anna and Marcus Hutchison. She
married Joseph C. Somerville in 1951 and raised five
children. They moved from Jacksonville, Florida to
Derby, Vermont in 1969.
Ann and Joseph had an antique and gun shop on the
West Charleston Rd. in Derby. They enjoyed meeting
people, and showing at antique and craft shows. Ann
also worked at the Derby Line Elementary School as a
special education assistant and in the lunch program.
She later would work part-time at her son, Joseph's, mini
warehouse and at a native American gift shop in Georgia
still continuing to dabble in antiques and collectibles.
After Joseph's passing in June 2007, Ann reunited
with and married her high school friend, Gerald B.
Wyman in 2010. They lived in Charlotte, North
Carolina and Hilton Head Island, South Carolina until
April 2016 when he passed away. Ann then moved to
Ball Ground, Georgia with her son George. For the past
five years, she has lived at the Oaks Senior Living Facility
in Cumming, Georgia being cared for by a loving and
Ann was predeceased in 1970 by her daughter Mary
Jo Somerville and leaves behind her children: Joseph
C. Charles Jr. of Georgia and his finance Manilyn, Ann
Fogg and her husband Scott of New Hampshire, Mark
G. Somerville and his wife Helene of New Hampshire,
and George D. Somerville and his wife Deanna of
She leaves behind her grandchildren: Christianna,
Jonathan, Katherine, Luke and Ashley Somerville;
Matthew Porter and his wife Krista; Eva Porter and
Emily Porter Pinkham and her husband Wesley. Her
great-grandchildren: Aaliyah Somerville, Eva Porter, and
Anna O'Donovan. Her extended grandchildren: Kaylen,
Rachel and Blake Keeton; Braid Rogers and Joshua,
Christopher, Gavin and Noah Fogg.
Ann had an interest in antiques especially the stories
that went with them. She loved people and could make
a friend wherever she was. She loved to explore places of
interest and was always willing to help anyone in need.
She loved to feed the birds, walk, read, and get to know
people. She enjoyed visiting and entertaining family and
Ann particularly loved the people of the Northeast
Kingdom and always longed to return to the beautiful
scenery but mostly to the wonderful friendships she
Graveside Services were held at the West Village
Cemetery in West Charleston, Vermont on Saturday
October 2, 2021 at 11:00 A.M. On-line condolences atcurtis-britch.com.
Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Curtis-Britch
& Bouffard Funeral Home, & Cremation Service, locally
family owned and operated.
Published by Newport Daily Express from Sep. 28 to Sep. 29, 2021.