Ann Curtin

Ann M. Curtin

Friday, August 14th, 1936 - Monday, April 6th, 2020
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    Calverton National Cemetery
    210 Princeton Blvd
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Lindy McAllister

Posted at 03:15pm
Ann, I became friends with you 17 years ago when I started working at (PMM) with you, you were a great lady, always so elegant and dressed beautifully, hair always done, And most of all you are a good friend, even after I stopped working there we always kept in touch and get together here & there for breakfast or dinner, I will miss you my friend, I had the great pleasure of knowing you, may you rest in peace and I’m sure Tom is happy to see you, my condolences to your family

Cathleen Curtin

Posted at 03:06pm
Though it has been many years since we last met I will always recall Aunt Ann’s calm and happy presence. One of the family’s great beauties she was elegant and modest, always complimentary and kind to all of us.
I had a few opportunities to work with Uncle Tom and Aunt Ann at the Narraganset Inn in the summers while home from college. They would offer me an opportunity to work a wedding event where they would make the night so fun! The client would be celebrating their family and our happy family was there laughing and doing our best to make the event special for the bride, groom and family. Ann was always dressed beautifully and greeted everyone cheerfully in the lobby. Tom was busy merrily managing the room where everyone had a great time. They shared a life of loving people and enjoying laughter.
To Ann's three beautiful children who will miss her greatly we extend our kindest condolences. Please know we are praying for all of you.
Dear Aunt Ann you are loved and we will miss you.

Joanne Lenke

Posted at 06:56pm
I thought that Aunt Ann Reilly (as we called her to distinguish from all of the other any anns in the family) was the most beautiful woman I had ever seen! I so wanted to grow up to look like her & was sad to find out that, in fact, she wasn't my blood relative & there was absolutely no chance that I could have the beauty I so coveted. She was sweet, kind, soft spoken & always seemed happy. I spoke with her back at Christmas 2019 & she was hoping that we could all have a reunion this summer.
May her memory be a blessing. Love, Joanne (Nemes Lenke)

Christine Curtin

Posted at 03:00pm
Blessings on my Aunt Ann Curtin who died from Covid19 yesterday morning. She was 83 and still living a full and beautiful life until about 2 weeks ago. Though I had not seen her in some time she was a highlight from my childhood. She was smart, beautiful, and funny and a good friend to my mother. She was married to my Uncle Tom who was one of the greatest storytellers and he taught us the value and bonding that occurs when we all laugh together. She could handle the Curtin energy like a pro and as a child I admired her power. She was a special human. Sending my love to her children and my entire extended family. Love to you always, my dear Aunt Ann.

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