Obituaries

Ann B. Letourneau

Died: 2014-12-05
Resided in: Danvers, MA
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: Mackey FH Rt 114, 128 S. Main St. Middleton
Viewing date: 2014-12-10 3pm-7pm
Service type: Funeral Mass
Service date: 2014-12-11 11am
Service location: St. Mary's Danvers
Burial type: Burial
Burial date: 2014-12-11
Cemetery: St. Mary's, Salem MA
Contributions: pending
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Ann B. (Carey) Letourneau of Danvers and formerly of Salem passed away peacefully on Friday December 5, 2014. She was the daughter of the late Thomas F. Carey and Jane Levesque and step daughter of the late Theodore Sauvageau. She was the loving wife of forty-eight years of Lonnie C. Letourneau of Danvers. Ann was a graduate of St. Mary’s Commercial school. Her greatest joy was in working at General Electric, where she advanced each job grade. Ann worked her way from clerk to executive secretary and ended up working the last forty years in management. In addition to her husband Lonnie, she is survived by her four sisters, Marie (Carey) Murano of Peabody, Margaret (Carey) Gauthier of Salem, Dorothy (Carey) (Tremblay) Blatsos of Saugus and Patricia (Carey) Meniatis of CA. She and Lonnie traveled to many places such as Alaska, Jerusalem, Ireland, Greece, as well as Bermuda, Nassau and many other lovely places. She was also a volunteer at North Shore Medical Ctr. Her goal : Achieve a 2000-hour pin by working four hours per week. She was a member of Salem Chapter 2454 of AARP and member of GEOTA. Ann is survived by her loving nephews, nieces, grand nephews and grand nieces as well as friends.

Online condolences:

I was very saddened this morning to learn of the passing of my sister Ann. Her suffering has finally ended. Many will remember her as a volunteer at the hospital for many years and others for her kind words helping them through difficult times in their lives. Lonnie, you were her angel when she needed it the most and those memories will stay with you forever. Know that she is in Heaven at last. Patsy
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I am sure Ann will be greatly missed by all who knew her and loved her. Peace, Terry Charette-Spartanburg, SC
May you rest in peace my dear friend Ann.I will miss you. Claire
My Dear Auntie Ann was a very loving heart of family and of God. I always enjoyed talking with her- we would talk business in our day and then just life in general. She being always a very wise and caring woman. I am so blessed to have had lunch with she and Uncle Lonnie- my last conversation with her. Rest in Peace Dear Auntie Ann- I don't need to light you candles now for you are in the arms of the Light of our God. My family will always love you very much. Debra Ann Letourneau-Parenteau
We are praying for you all in this time of loss. May the angels come to greet Ann. Blessings Lonnie Maurice and Velora
My prayers go out to my Auntie Ann who is now in a better place. I'm sure that my Grandmother and Grandfather were waiting for her with open arms. My prayers of strength go out to her husband ( Uncle Lonnie) and her 4 sisters Auntie Margaret,Dotty,Marie and my mom Patricia. Rest In Peace, John Meniatis
dear uncle Lonnie and family my deepest condolences go out to family members and friends always remembering my birthday with the handwritten letters in the Christmas card was always a joy I always look forward when I saw you and antes name on the card may God look down upon all the family members and give us the strength to get through this very difficult time with my love Kenneth meniatis pattys middle child and son u
dear uncle Lonnie may God give you the strength and look down upon you and all family members to get through this most difficult time with love always Kenny meniatis
Already I am missing our early morning calls. All our Tuesdays we spent together. Thinking how much you loved my girls and their children. Your face would light up every time you saw one of them. You were always interested in knowing how each one was doing. Remembering all our fun times together - your beautiful Florida home, Las Vegas, Atlantic City and especially Foxwoods. I can see you now running up the escalator to get to "your" machine. You always said you and I were competitive, but Ann you were always the winner in my heart. I will keep you close to my heart forever my dear sister. I love you. Dotty
May the Lord grant you peace through this trying period. The pain in your voice when you called to tell us about Ann said volumes. Ann was a lovely person who will definitely be missed by all that knew her From your former neighbors Joan & Emery.
Lonnie--I was stunned to read in the Salem News of Ann's passing. I saw her not too long ago and we chatted as usual. I have so many memories of all our times together at the 4th degree knights and again in Florida. I had hoped to get to Mackey's or St. Mary's but I have recently returned from the hospital myself and don't dare push it, but you and Ann will both be in my thoughts and prayers. Fondly, Grace Degan
Lonnie, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Richard Morrison
Uncle Lonnie, My thoughts are with you during these trying times. Your nephew, Bobby Letourneau
Lonnie so sad to hear of your wife Anns passing. You both will be in my prayers. Hugs,your cousin, Thea
Lonnie I'm saddened to hear of your loss, my prayers go out to you and your family, Ann was such a pleasant and kind person. Paul Goglia
Dear sweet Ann, loving friend. What a wonderful woman. You will never be forgotten. Gone way too soon. One of God's angels returned to heaven. Sincerest sympathy to Ann's family. Bonnie Woods & family

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