Ann L. Carlisle

1952 ∼ 2018

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Ann L. Carlisle, 66, died peacefully with her family by her side on Oct. 3  after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Ann was the daughter of the Esther (Benson) Parsons and Robert Bernard Parsons. 

Ann grew up in South Easton where she attended Oliver Ames High School.  She married her life long partner, Judd Carlisle on March 13th 1982.  Ann was a home maker for many years, raising her children on the South Shore. She loved being with her family, especially her grandchildren and in her spare time, you could find Ann out in the garden tending to her flowers. Her interests included wood carving, cross stitching, and quilting. Ann was the loving wife of Judd F. Carlisle of Brockton and devoted mother of Jennifer L. Weiner and her husband Jonathan of Lakeville, Judd F. Carlisle III of Watertown and JoryAnna Carlisle of West Bridgewater. Proud “Nanny” of Matthew and Dylan and sister of Robert Parsons of Taunton and Bernard Parsons and his wife Diane of Wareham.

Family and friends are cordially invited to a visitation period on Sunday Oct. 14th from 12:00pm to 3:00pm at the Prophett-Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, 35 Spring ST. EAST BRIDGEWATER .   

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Ann L. Carlisle

1952 ∼ 2018

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