Ann D. Albert

1928 ∼ 2018

Bill & Edna Davis of E. Falmouth, Ma wrote:

Ann. We went to visit her on Wednesday & that is when we found out from her dear room mate Lillian. We visited them frequently & brought them candy. Only the best for the ladies was Lindt which Ann preferred the white chocolate. It was an honor to have known Ann & she will be dearly missed. With our very deepest sympathy, Bill & Edna

Bill Dugan wrote:

Brian and the Albert Family, Sympathies to all of you on the passing of family matriarch, Ann Doyle Albert. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time, and I hope you can find comfort in fond memories of a witty woman who was a quintessential Cape Codder. May she rest in peace. Bill Dugan

Moira Powers of Amsterdam, NL wrote:

I have known Ann all my life. My mother and Ann were great friends, so much so that Ann was my sister's godmother. Though Ann and Marcel weren't blood relatives, they were known to us as Auntie Ann and Uncle Al. I remember when Ann was pregnant with Leo, and how excited we all were for her and Uncle Al. I recall my mother, Ann and a couple of their friends had "Fat Club." where they met once a week for a weigh-in and had to put money in the kitty of they gained weight. One time, when Uncle Al asked Auntie Ann how she did at one of the meetings, she replied, "Two pounds! Can you believe two pounds?!" Though she didn't say whether it was a gain or a loss, showed her Irish humor. During the summer, this group of women would have a combination Halloween/Christmas party. They were a clever group of ladies. Prior to her moving to Royal and I lived in town, I would don my Santa hat and go for a run on Christmas morning which would take me by her house. I always stopped in to giver her a hug and "Merry Christmas!" She was busy getting breakfast ready for her grandchildren, and we would chat for a bit. She endured a lot in her life, but she was a strong woman and always got through them all. I saw her last in August 2017, with my sisters. Though her body was failing, her mind and wit were just as sharp as ever. Rest in peace dear Auntie Ann.

Rose and Mrs. Ellen Goulet of Seekonk, MA wrote:

Brian, Nancy and Mark, we have fond memories of the family jewelry business and of high school days and events such as the Christmas tree selling after party hosted at your family home. May warm memories of family and community bring some peace to you at this time of loss.

Kathleen Moran of FALMOUTH wrote:

To Brian, Nancy and Mark, my mother Millie Moran and I offer our deepest sympathies. Ann was my second cousin on my father's side (Jim Moran, they were related through the Doyle family). Ann was also very close to my mom Millie, they were reacquainted when my mom was in rehab a few times in Royal Nursing Center while cousin Ann was there, and they and I spent many hours together visiting her in her room talking about our family history and the many happy memories, and I'd share family photos with her. I always thought growing up, that she and her brother John, were my aunt and uncle because my dad always called John my uncle, when he and Ann were really his 1st cousins! I was so happy and proud to have gotten to know and love my 2nd cousin Ann, she was a delightful, friendly and loving person, and i got to meet and know my 3rd cousins Nancy and Brian. May God bless cousin Ann and hold her in his heart in Heaven

George & Catherine Ferreira of Falmouth, MA 02540 wrote:

Sending our deepest sympathy to you all. Ann was a great lady. Our prayers are with you all. George & Babs Ferreira

Albert and Patricia Crocker of E. Falmouth, MA. wrote:

We are both sorry to hear of your mothers passing and we are thinking of you and your family.

susie callahan of falmouth mass wrote:

to the Albert family so sorry about your Mom i never knew her but i know its hard losing a parent

christine Goulet of Arkansas wrote:

Brian, I am sorry to learn about your mom. I hope you have wonderful memories and lots of love surrounding you to keep you wrapped in comfort and peace. Love to you, Christine