O. B. Davis Funeral Homes

2326 Middle Country Road, Centereach, NY


Ann W. Quenneville

September 20, 1932July 29, 2019
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Quenneville, Ann W on July 29, 2019 of Lake Ronkonkoma, New York. Beloved wife of the late Edward. Loving mother of Elizabeth Langlois and her husband, Tom; Kyle Quenneville; and Carrie L. Bruno and her husband, Matthew. Cherished grandmother of Alexis and Matthew Paul. Dear sister of the Late Marie Santoreillo and John Vasilchak. Reposing at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 2326 Middle Country Road, Centereach, New York. Visitation Friday, August 2, 2019 from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Funeral Mass Saturday, August 3, 2019, 10 am Christ Church Episcopal, Port Jefferson. Cremation Washington Memorial Park, Mt. Sinai, New York.


  • Visitation Friday, August 2, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, August 3, 2019
  • Cremation Saturday, August 3, 2019


Ann W. Quenneville

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Kyle Quenneville

August 3, 2019

While I was trying to decide what to say, I thought about how my mom always took care of others. Besides being an excellent mother, she ran an Adult home for patients and would fondly refer to them as “her boys.” Many of her days were filled taking them to various doctor’s appointments, shopping for their essentials and preparing their daily meals. This she did with dedication and passion.

Another fine quality of my mother was her ability to be a jack of all trades when it came to home renovations. Her many projects were lengthy, like building a Cathedral you could never say one job was finished before she would move on to the next. Sometimes, because of the ongoing bathroom remodeling, we never knew if the downstairs shower was undergoing repairs or if the upstairs bathtub had running water. But it was a hoot, we always managed.

My mother valued education. Though she was not able to go to college herself, she made sure her three children received an education. My older sister Elizabeth is a creative writer. Carrie is a registered dietitian and I am an educator. The family, including my brother-in-law Nick, are continuing the tradition with my niece Alexis soon to graduate college and my nephew Matthew who will be starting college this fall.

In her later years, mom had to let others take care of her. While in the nursing home she made it a point to get close with her caretakers, nurses and doctors. She would always ask them about their families, giving them small gifts whenever possible, especially to their children. Through these many acts of kindness she created an extended family which included her dear Red Lobster friendships.

My mother was a multi-talented woman. Not only could she sew but could also install a toilet. I can’t do either. She also reminded her children and everyone she touched to be kind to others and pay-it-forward.

We will miss her greatly.



Donna Frederick

August 3, 2019

I have always been impressed with Aunt Anne’s courage which manifested itself in her advocacy of others, her perseverance, and her zest for life. Her example is a gift for us all. May she find peace with Marie and John.
Peace to Elizabeth, Kyle, and Carrie.

Elizabeth Renee Langlois

August 1, 2019

I remember my mother for her positive thinking she taught me. Her much bedtime reads included the "Little Engine That Could." For my 6th grade Graduation she bought me a beautiful blue dress which she had to put on time payments. She was the best Santa a child could wish for always filling up the tree with presents.

I'll never forget how she bought me ponies I which I raced on the open fields of the local power line grid. I especially remember Moondance who whinnied every time I pulled my car in the driveway.

Mom loved the positive manuscripts I wrote and a few years ago said she loved my creativity. Mom was a wonderful, positive, generous, strong, creative dreamer.

I remember her telling me she believes she will live on as a guardian angel for our family, watching over us.

With love,

Elizabeth Renee Langlois

laura lyden

August 1, 2019

From the moment Mom and I met we became close friends. We shared so much and she always had kind words of encouragement, love and we forged a deep friendship God put her in my life and I will always be grateful and blessed for that.
I will surely miss her. Love to you all.

Dean OCarroll

August 1, 2019

to my friend Kyle and family,so sorry for your loss.i have fond memories spending holidays and other visits with Ann.i kown you will miss her .god bless-Dean

Judy Redman

August 1, 2019

Memories of Ann was always with a smile, a glisten in her eyes and a spring in her step. Our deepest condolences to her family! May our Lord God wrap his loving arms around her.
Tom, Judy, Mandy and Matt