Anne Marie Ferguson

1925 ∼ 2020

Sharon Parkins of Mashpee, MA wrote:

Oh Annie, you were a second Mother to me, a true friend, a good listener & advice giver, a champion Scrabble player, a good cook, you sang songs & rhymed rhymes and you could make me laugh out loud ... you loved people and people couldn't help but love you back.

Sharon Parkins of Mashpee, MA wrote:

Oh Annie, you were a second Mother to me, a true friend, a good listener & advice giver, a champion Scrabble player, a good cook, you sang songs & rhymed rhymes and you could make me laugh out loud ... you loved people and people couldn't help but love you back. Until we meet in the next life, I will remember your words of wisdom: "On the 10th of June you must wash the comforter on your bed!" Oh Annie ... you always made me laugh!! Annie, I love you & will deeply miss you, my wonderful friend & confidant

Cindy Pouliot of MA wrote:

Love you so much Anne..

Patty Hudson of Muncie IN wrote:

Annie was a remarkable, loving, ornery, generous and truly unique lady. I am blessed to be her niece and will cherish my memories of our special bond forever. I will also chuckle every May 1st when I reflect on the hilarious little ditty she would sing welcoming the arrival of May. Love and miss you Annie!!

Jennifer keane of Plymouth, mass wrote:

Anne was one of my mother, Rachel’s best friends. They met at the Christmas Tree Shops and were lifelong friends. As their friend Richard told me yesterday, they can now continue their Scrabble games. Anne was a great person. She always had a smile on her face when I visited her with my mom. Love you Anne!

Cindy Peters of New Bedford, MA wrote:

Ann you always made every day brighter when you walked into a room. Talking with you was the best cause you always listened and made it all better. RIP, you will be missed.