Rossetti, Anne

Anne Rossetti passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family, on July 31. She is survived by her five children: Christopher; Valerie; Anne Elizabeth; Jane; Christina; and brother Joseph Hajducky, as well as her seven adored and amazing grandchildren. She was predeceased by her beloved husband Valentino, and her brother, Andrew, and sisters, Mae and Frances.

Anne was born in 1927 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, graduated from Ryder College in Trenton, and earned a Master’s degree in counseling from Fairfield University. She was a member and later Director of the Department of Guidance at Notre Dame High School in Fairfield, where she helped and counseled innumerable students and their families. She was a lifelong devout Roman Catholic and resident of Seabury Retirement Community in Bloomfield.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church at 10:00 am Friday, August 4th at 265 Church Street, Hartford, CT 06103.

There are no calling hours.  Burial will be at St. Michael’s Cemetery in Stratford, following a reception. Gifts in her memory may be made to the Valentino Rossetti Scholarship Fund at Notre Dame High School; 220 Jefferson St., Fairfield, CT, 06825; Attn: Teresa; Memo: Valentino Rossetti Scholarship.

Calling Hours

Funeral Service

Friday, August 4, 2017 at 10:00am at St. Patrick ~ St. Anthony Church ~ Hartford

Burial

St. Michael's Cemetery ~ Stratford

Memorial Contribution

Valentino Rossetti Scholarship Fund at Notre Dame High School; 220 Jefferson St., Fairfield, CT, 06825; Attn: Teresa; Memo: Valentino Rossetti Scholarship.

2 Responses to 'Rossetti, Anne'

  1. Andrea Hajducko says:

    My condolences to the family on Anne’s passing. She was a truly wonderful, giving lady, and the world is poorer for losing her, but Heaven is richer for having her there. Although we met while researching our family trees and never did discover if there was a connection between our families, we did connect on a personal level, for which I feel so blessed to have had with her. Rest in peace, Anne, and hopefully we’ll all be together again one day.

  2. Peter Philipp says:

    Chris, I was very sorry to hear of your mother’s death. I taught at Notre Dame. When my life was in turmoil your mother’s letters were a tremendous support. I’m sorry that I can’t be with you this morning. Peace.

    Peter Philipp

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