OBITUARY

Ann Therese Brick

March 5, 1931November 24, 2020

Ann T. Brick, formerly of Wolcott, was reunited with her husband and son in Heaven on November 24 in Fairfax, VA. Ann was born on March 5, 1931 in Milford, MA to Anthony and Gertrude Niro. Ann graduated from Framingham Teacher’s College as Senior Class President with a degree in Home Economics. She had great pride being a Registered Dietician and worked at several nursing homes in Wolcott and Waterbury for many years. Ann was a devout Catholic and member of St. Pius X Church in Wolcott. She was an avid Red Sox and UCONN Women’s Basketball fan. Ann was a great cook, loved to take day trips to the casino and had many loyal friends. Ann is survived by children Michael (Jean) of Virginia, Katherine of Texas, Robert of Georgia, Patricia of CT, Nancy (Anthony) Quina of Florida, and former son- in- law Erik deRaad of CT. Ann was the proud grandmother of Lauren, Ryan, and Kevin Brick, Willem and Ian deRaad, Elizabeth and Clare Quina. She is also survived by two nephews, John (Melanie)of MA, and Joseph (Amy) Marshall of NC. Ann was predeceased by her husband Michael J. Brick, Sr, son Timothy, sister Kathryn and her husband John Marshall. A private service will be held at the discretion of the family. In lieu of flowers the family asks that contributions be made to the Timothy Patrick Brick National Honor Society Memorial Scholarship at Wolcott High School 457 Bound Line Rd Wolcott, CT 06716. Ann’s life was well lived with love, strength and dedication in all her endeavors. She will truly be missed and live on in our hearts forever.

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Catherine Brewster

December 7, 2020

My condolences to the entire family and all her friends. She was a wonderful lady who made me laugh anytime I saw her. My prayers are with you all as you lay her to rest today. Catherine Brewster (sister of Jean Brick).

Lauren Brick

December 7, 2020

I was very lucky to have a kind and smart grandmother with such a great sense of humor. Nana always set a great example for me as the kind of admirable woman I could someday become. I miss her. We will all hold her in our hearts.

Jean Brick

December 7, 2020

What a lucky break for me to have you as a mother-in-law! Always there with a kind word and your great sense of humor. You will be missed always.

Mike Brick

December 7, 2020

This is not the way any of us thought we'd be laying Mom to rest.
But that she can have a Catholic funeral, in her home parish church of so many years, and then buried next to Tim as she always wished, is some consolation to me and I hope others.
Her time with us here in Virginia was not long enough, but I'm glad we could share with her the good times that we did.
I also wish to thank all of the amazing people who helped care for Mom in Virginia as well as in Connecticut, to make this possible during this terrible pandemic. May you all continue to stay safe and well.

JANET ALICIENE

December 7, 2020

Our condolences to the Brick children. We had the pleasure of working with Ann for many years at Grove Manor. She was always so full of life , and so proud of her children and grandchildren.



Janet, Ron, Ryan Aliciene
Rose Schaefer

Beth Garrison

December 7, 2020

Ann was a wonderful friend and a source of regular laughter with her dry sense of humor and on point observations of people and life. Her loyalty, strength and integrity will always stand in my memory of her and as on ongoing inspiration for me. It was an honor and a privilege to have her as friend and to have her as a part of my life.

Joyce Ramos

December 6, 2020

To Ann's family, I am so sorry to hear of Ann's passing, she was a wonderful friend & neighbor to my Mom Florence in Wolcott & I will never forget how she was with my Mom to give her comfort when she fell one night & we couldn't get there. No doubt they are playing bingo together in heaven & catching up on the gossip. Ann was a great person & will be missed. My sympathy to you all.

Diane Mundo

December 6, 2020

I am saddened to read about Ann's passing. She was a wonderful woman and a great friend to my mother Florence Gagne whom she lived next door to at Laurel Ridge in Wolcott. She was the first person to welcome my mother to the building when she moved in and they became fast friends. My sympathy to her family.

Diane Mundo

Eva Barstis

December 5, 2020

Many years and happy, fun filled outings together. Love the photo Eva

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