Montville Funeral Home of Church & Allen

53 Norwich New London Tpke, Uncasville, CT


Maryann (Perkowski) Morin

February 23, 1942August 3, 2020

Niantic-Maryann Morin, age 78, of Niantic, passed away on August 3, 2020 at Bayview Healthcare in Waterford on what would have been her husband’s 84th birthday. She was born on February 23, 1942 in Norwich to the late John and Enid (Senser) Perkowski. She was to married the late Fernand Morin Jr on July 4, 1964. Maryann worked as a mental health worker for the Norwich State Hospital, she then went on the work at Delia’s in Uncasville. She volunteered for “The Backus” starting in April 2005 and gave over 9,200 hours of service. Maryann loved playing cards at the Senior Center in Preston. She was an avid Red Sox and UCONN Huskies fan. She enjoyed bingo, and bowling, but most of all spending time with her grandchildren. She is survived by her son Michael and his wife Heather of Lebanon, a daughter Lori Loughlin and her husband Farrell of Oakdale, grandchildren Meredith Morin, Benjamin Morin, and Kerri Loughlin as well as her favorite niece Patty Kucharski, her nephews Charles Kucharski, and John and Ed Bombard. She is predeceased by brothers Edward and John Perkowski, and sisters Caroline Perkowski, Veronica Bombard and Enid Kucharski. A special thanks to the West Wing Staff at Bayview Healthcare, for going above and beyond. Funeral services will be private and at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation, 187 Williams St., New London, Ct. 06320 or to the Mohegan Fire Company, 2029 Norwich-New London Tpke., Uncasville, CT 06382.


  • Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation
  • Mohegan Fire Company


  • Burial is Private at The Convenience of The Family


Maryann (Perkowski) Morin

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Jake MAnke

August 30, 2020

Mike, Heather, Meredith, and Ben,
“Mrs. Morin” as I always called her was the sweetest woman. She took the time to always say hi, update me on the Morin family and beam with pride on Meredith and Ben.
May you all find comfort in this time, and truly sorry for your loss.


Alice Hinchcliffe

August 18, 2020

I am so sorry to read of Maryann's passing. She was such a wonderful person, always smiling and such a great sense of humor. She made the time in the Tuesday morning volunteer room fly by. She will be missed by not only her family but by everyone at Backus Hospital.

Paula LaPorte

August 17, 2020

To MarryAnns family. I’m deeply sorry for your loss. She spoke of her family often. We volunteered for 15 years together. She was a good friend and coworker. I will miss her stories about her grandkids and about her husband and about her mom and dad. ❤️❤️ I will really miss seeing her around the escort office with her beautiful smile and her wonderful wit. Ps I’d give it back lol this is why we got along so well. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers. God bless. Miss u already MaryAnn. 😘

Karen Lucas

August 9, 2020

I remember talking with her about the summer teenage volunteers. She find rubber bands all tied together and paper clips chained together. I’d talk to her every August. She couldn’t wait til school started again. At other times I’d see her teaching the volunteers- if I caught her eye she’d wink at me. Kammie Lucas, OR nurse

Mary Lou Beckwith

August 9, 2020

Dear Morin Family, I am so sorry to read of your sad news. I always enjoyed Maryann"s friendly smile in the bleachers at ball games and her enjoyment of watching her grandchchildren's activities. Sending heartfelt thoughts and prayers to all.

Linda Griffin

August 7, 2020

Dear Lori and Michael,
Chuck and I have many happy memories of your Mother and Father. When we lived across the street at Arlington Acres, we managed to have a great time drinking coffee. When they moved away no more 10 pound pizza and beer party!
They were really great people.

Our condolences,
Chuck and Linda Griffin

Nancy Barry

August 7, 2020

I knew Maryann from volunteering at Backus and was so sad to hear of her passing. She was a feisty lady and would not back down. I loved that about her. I used to sing the song Marianne to her, as I’m sure many people did. She was so proud of her children and grandchildren. Maryann was a special lady and will surely be missed. My sincerest condolences on your loss.

John Driscoll

August 7, 2020

I had the great pleasure of getting to know Maryann when she came to me for her “hair”. She was such a great person with a upbeat positive attitude. It was always such a pleasure seeing her. I will miss her.

Laura Tulli

August 7, 2020

I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother. I enjoyed seeing her at our restaurants. She was so kind and such a jokester. I will miss her smile and how she spoke of her beautiful grandchildren. My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family.

stephan urban

August 7, 2020

Maryann had a great sense of humor and I enjoyed hearing about her grandchild Meredith who she loved dearly. She enjoyed going to Meredith's basketball games which I sometimes refereed. Meredith you were the love of her life and she was very proud of you. Good luck with the rest of your college.


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