Anne Mary Shackett

1943 ∼ 2020

Fran Hennessey Padula of Plainville, Ma wrote:

My sister Anne was a loving, kind and funny woman to everyone. She had a gift for lovingly embracing people, especially her little students whom she comforted when they were sad, scared or were having a bad day. Her stories were heartwarming. I was so fortunate to have her as a sister and will miss her dearly.

Karen Buckley wrote:

When I think about Aunt Anne, I am immediately reminded of her exuberant smile and sparkling eyes. She was always so upbeat and joyful, and she will be greatly missed by everyone who had the good fortune to know her. RWLY

Marlene Perry of Mashpee, Ma. wrote:

The kindness lady, her sweet and joyful ways will always be remembered ❤️

stephen jagolinzer of providence , R.I. wrote:

Anne was--hands down--THE BEST. She touched the heart of whomever she met. Rest in peace, From a "a nice young, man".

Jeanne Concannon of Mashpee MA wrote:

“Our Annie” was an integral part of our strength training class. We loved everything about her. She was such a beautiful caring person inside and out. She used to come to coffee after exercise and regale us about her wonderful family, from siblings to children, to grandchildren and of course her Kevin. She came up my paint party’s my Christmas cookie decorating party and my bowling party. She was always such a good sport. We so missed her not being with us in class. No one ever takes her spot when we exercise. It’s always been known as Annie’s spot. Now she can be with us in spirit again

Maureen O'Neill of Barnstable, MA wrote:

Dear Kevin, I'm so very sorry for the loss of your wife. Sincerely, Maureen

Lynne Castiglioni of bellingham wrote:

Annie truly was a shining light of joy and kindness. She will be dearly missed but never, ever forgotten. My sincere condolences to Kevin, Kev and Molly, her entire family, friends and loved ones.

Bob & Claire Venditti of Barnstable Cummaquid wrote:

Although we didn't her very long ,only the time that Kevin was our chef and she made a chef's hat for our son Paul which we still have she was a wonderful person and will be missed very much .

Bob Kesten of Marstons Mills wrote:

Our thoughts are with you. Remembering when her husband worked for me at East Bay Lodge. Bob

Brian & Kristen Hyde of Mashpee wrote:

Dear Kevin and Family, Please accept our deepest condolences and warmest thoughts. Anne was the epitome of grace and love to all that had the pleasure of knowing her. Her gentle smile and kind gestures will surely be missed. May Jesus Christ provide you with comfort during this difficult time. Sincerely, Brian and Kristen