OBITUARY

Ann Colleen Fletcher Soccorso

July 26, 1947January 16, 2013

Ann Colleen Soccorso, 65, passed away January 16, 2013. She was the daughter of the late George and Marion (DiSantis) Fletcher; wife of Alfred E. Soccorso; sister of Barbara J. Iavarone and husband Ken; aunt of Kenneth.

Funeral and burial strictly private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Ann’s memory to Mount Auburn Hospital, Development Office, 330 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA 02138.

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Ann Colleen Fletcher Soccorso

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Marie Kehoe

February 7, 2013

Dear Barbara, Ken, Ken and Alfred Again I wish to send my condolences on the loss of Ann. I have a lot of fond memories growing up with Ann and baby Barbie. Our families were very close back in the day. Ann left her mark on all who knew her. We find peace today with her passing, knowing she is at peace and home with the Lord. God Bless and Love, Cousin Marie

Marie Roccio

February 4, 2013

I worked with Ann for many years. She was a wonderful person and she had a wonderful smile. We shared many family stories as Ann was proud of her nephews. We both had ties to Rhode Island and good cooking. I wish she could have enjoyed her retirement. May God Bless all of you at this difficult time.

January 23, 2013

Barbie and Ken,
So sorry to hear about the loss of Ann. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Paula (paolissi) Rotondo

Pat Cassetta-Girard

January 22, 2013

I've known and worked with Ann for almost 10 years. Not only was she a dedicated co-worker, she was a dear friend. She graced our office with a bright smile and would go out of her way to help anyone, anytime. If she didn't have an answer to a question, she would search determinedly until she found it. Never giving up. The office is not the same without her presence. She so deserved to enjoy retirement after many years devoted to her job, and it's unfair she did not have that opportunity. She was truly an amazing person and I am blessed that she touched my life. Love and miss you Ann.

Jasen Sousa

January 20, 2013

Nature's Manual Poem by Jasen Sousa (For My Aunt)


Nature's Manual








An empty pair of slippers rests


next to the leg of an empty chair. A newly


started book, spine arched at a curious


angle by the window. Steam from near-by simmering coffee


dissipates as shadows nap underneath bridges waiting


to dance with sunrise.





Blinking traffic lights sway in shallow puddles


without anyone else on the road to interfere. A long


winter, almost over, camping mounds of stubborn snow


still not fully melted. Slopping branches of leafless


sycamore trees tap your shoulders,


eager for a reunion.





Cafes in the local square have shut down


for the evening, unaware of what you had left to spend. You gaze


through a toy store window, drawn to trains


that never stop traveling, drawn


to a smirking clown who makes you forget


you ever aged at all.





It is getting late and you hear your parents


calling you home. They have neatly tucked in


your chair, put away your slippers, and left a dim light


on in your room, just bright enough for you to see


what is necessary when you arrive.











And when you awake in spring


you will be welcomed by wondering skies


painted auburn by hands no longer restricted


by the wires and cords that life confuses us with.

Debbie, Tommy and Brady Senesi

January 20, 2013

Duke and Elliott,

A Beautiful ANGEL now watching over you both, remember that smile, it shows how much she loved you so, we are here for you always, just wanted you to know.

Love Debbie, Tommy and Brady

January 19, 2013

Barbara and Ken so sorry for your loss. Know that my prayers go out to you in this very difficult time.

Don DeRita

Brady Senesi

January 19, 2013

Auntie Ann,

Thank you for all the toys and other spcial things you bought me, I will miss you.

Love BRADY
xo xo xo

Raina Smith

January 18, 2013

My deepest condolences to you Barbara, Ken, Duke, and all of Ann's family members. I enjoyed every conversation with Ann. She was always bright and cheery, and offered a kind word, along with that beautiful smile. I know she will be deeply missed by all who had the good fortune of knowing her. Love, Raina

January 18, 2013

Ann was a bright light, always offering a kind word, and a beautiful smile. She was a joy to be around and a pleasure to know... Barbara, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that I am here for you now and always. Love, Raina...