Ann Morrissey Obituary, Death – It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Ann Shirley Curran Morrissey, a loving wife, devoted mother, and cherished friend. Ann’s journey began on September 29, 1934, as the daughter of William M Curran and Bertha M Nadeau Curran. Her life was richly adorned with family, friends, work, and joy.
In 1952, Ann embarked on a new chapter by leaving Lowell, Massachusetts, to pursue her nursing education in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was in this vibrant city that she crossed paths with the love of her life, the late Robert Morrissey, a dedicated Cambridge firefighter. Their love story blossomed, leading to a beautiful marriage in 1957, a union that spanned 52 remarkable years.
Ann’s legacy lives on through her children and grandchildren, a testament to the love and care she poured into her family. She is survived by her three daughters: Kathleen O’Brien and her husband Timothy O’Brien, Margaret Morrissey and her husband John Deutschmann, and Elizabeth Timperio. Additionally, she leaves behind her three sons: Michael Morrissey and his wife Michele Morrissey, Thomas Morrissey and his partner Paula Terrio, and William Morrissey and his wife Diane Morrissey. Ann’s presence will forever be felt through her 13 beloved grandchildren.
In addition to her children and grandchildren, Ann is survived by her two sisters, Theresa Curran and Peg Stanton. She joins her late sister, Mary Curran, in eternal rest. Ann was also the mother-in-law to the late David Timperio.
Ann Morrissey’s life was a tapestry woven with love, dedication, and laughter. She touched the lives of many with her warmth and caring nature, leaving an indelible mark on all who had the privilege of knowing her.
As we reflect on Ann’s life and legacy, we are reminded of the beautiful moments she shared with us and the love that will forever bind our hearts. She may be physically gone, but her spirit lives on in the memories we hold dear.
With heartfelt condolences,
[Your Name] and the Family of Ann Shirley Curran Morrissey