In Memory

Ann Honey (Mastroianni)

Ann Honey (Mastroianni)


East Sandwich-Ann H. (Honey) Mastroianni, 68, of East Sandwich formerly of Hudson, Ohio, Marshfield and Holliston, passed away Wednesday August 24, at the McCarthy Care Center in East Sandwich. She was the wife of the late Frank J. Mastroianni and daughter of the late William C. and Doris E. (Connor) Honey. Born in Framingham, MA. Ann attended school in Holliston and graduated from Marian High School in Framingham and Merrimack College in North Andover with a degree in Biochemistry. Ann enjoyed all her pets and was a breeder and a member of the Dalmatian Club of America and the Briard Club of America. An artist Ann enjoyed creating stained glass and quilting. She enjoyed the local shellfish beds and her catch of quahogs and clams. Ann was also very close to her church community and was an active parishioner of the Corpus Christi Parish in East Sandwich. Ann most recently worked for the Town of Barnstable as a Chemist at the Waste Water Treatment Plant. She is survived by her children; Major Peter M. Mastroianni U.S.A.F. and his wife Bernadette of NJ, Elizabeth Mastroianni and her husband Chris Moyer of CA, Patricia and her husband Major William Brown U.S.Army of VA, her sister Sue White of SC, her grandchildren, Mark W. Mastroianni, Jenna Moyer, Casey Moyer, Morgan E. Brown and Meghan E. Brown. Ann is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and her loyal Briards Savant and Sage. Ann’s Funeral Mass will be on Saturday August 27, at 10 o’clock in Corpus Christi Parish, 324 Quaker Meeting House Rd. East Sandwich, MA. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend and to please gather at the church at 9:45am. Visiting hours will be held on Friday from 5-8 pm at the Church. Committal prayers and burial will be held on Monday August 29, at 9:30 am at the Massachusetts National Cemetery, 1 Bennington Blvd. Bourne, MA. Memorial gifts may be made to the Saint Vincent DePaul Conference of Corpus Christi Parish, P.O. Box 1170 East Sandwich, MA 02537

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08/26/11 07:25 AM #1    

Ritchey Guild

Ann’s passing came as a shock to me this morning. I had not seen her in a while; now I know why. We had great visits at the Stop & Rob (Stop & Shop) in Sandwich several times a month.  It was always fun getting together reliving the old days and catching up on Holliston activities and the town scuttlebutt. We go way back she was one of the regulars at my birthday party’s along with Ed. Rigney from day one as toddlers. I will certainly miss our get-togethers.

                               Good by Ann, Rest in piece



08/26/11 04:27 PM #2    

Tom Sullivan

I am deeply sadend by Ann,s passing .We were real close an kids we both went to St. Marys She was the love of my life at 12 WE shared our first kis and date and she will always be in a speacial place in my heart Sue i Share your pain


See You At The Next Dog Show GODS SPEED

05/12/12 07:14 PM #3    

Henry Damigella

Our families were so close.  My dad and yours were so connected.  You were such a genuine person, and are and always will occupy a very special place in my heart and book of memories.  At HHS football games, Tom Sullivan and all of us would look over and see and hear you cheering us on, win or lose.  You were always there to share your comfort and caring with the passing of my parents.  Everytime I walk along the shoreline and see a seashell, I think of you and thank you for sending a shell from heaven to say hello.  Rest in peace, God it hurts real deep.  Take special care of her.

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