OBITUARY

ANNETTE J FLOHR

7 February, 194628 June, 2021

Annette J. Flohr, 75, formerly of Ashland, Hudson, and Hopkinton, MA, passed away June 28, 2021.

Born to Arthur and Joyce Flohr on February 7, 1946 in Wellesley, Annette graduated from Hopkinton High School in 1963. She received a degree from Mt. Ida College in Newton Center and received her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Northeastern University.

Annette worked in the computer industry for many years. She was a kind and loyal friend to many and will be greatly missed. She also had a great love for animals and cared for many over the years.

Interment and a celebration of Annette's life will be held Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 1:00 PM in Woodlawn Cemetery, 148 Brook St., Wellesley.

The family suggests memorial donations in Annette's name to the animal charity of one's choice.

Services

  • Celebration of Life and Interment

    Saturday, 25 September , 2021

Memories

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David Reynard

9 September 2021

I met Annette when she joined the Assabet Valley Camera Club in Hudson, MA She always had a good sense of humor and was always very happy. She was a good person and good friend.
Annette will be greatly missed.

Frances Wolfe

7 September 2021

Annette will be missed---really nice woman---knew her from our church in Hudson and treasurer for U.M.W. group XO

Kelly Murphy

7 September 2021

1976. A Star is Born with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson had just been released. I remember wanting to see that movie so badly, but, it was rated PG-13, and I wasn't allowed to. I spent a lot of time at her house when I was young, and I drove her crazy about wanting to see that movie.
One day, she took me out with her to go shoe shopping. I still remember the two pairs of platform shoes she bought. They were the prettiest shoes I ever saw. Later on that day she told me that she had a surprise for me and told me she was taking me to see A Star is Born, but, I had to promise not to tell my mom. When we were getting ready to leave, she had put on a pair of the new shoes. I remember staring at them and thinking how beautiful they were. She looked at me and said "would you like to wear the other pair?" Again, I had to promise not to tell my mom. We wore the same size 6.
We went to the movie, front row, she bought me popcorn and soda and candy. Everything a kid could want. To this day I remember parts of the movie, but, I spent most of the time staring at those brown leather platform shoes with the buckles, all the while Annette sat next to me with that beautiful smile.
I spent so many days at your house while growing up, and you had the most beautiful cats that I would play with all day.
You were an amazing person and I was so lucky to have you in my life.

Carol Murphy-mahar

6 September 2021

Annette was our lifelong, babysitter, friend, neighbor, and probably the greatest soul I've ever met. I grew up knowing her, appreciating her, respecting her and loving her. And many years later, we worked at the same corporation, and when I saw her no time had gone by. I will miss you Annette, say hi to Ma for us. I love you girl.

Stephen Linden

6 September 2021

To a wonderful neighbor and friend. She was a special person with a big heart. Annette, you will be missed!

LINNEA BATES

1 July 2021

I am so sorry to hear about Annette's passing. I didn't know her, but my mom is the secretary at the Church Annette attended when she was well enough to attend, and had nothing but love and respect for her, and said she was the sweetest woman. I hope she rests in the sweetest peace, with no more suffering.