Parsons, Adrienne (Anderson)

Adrienne (Anderson) Parsons, 87, of Brewster MA, widow of Kenneth Parsons died Sunday November 3rd at the home of her daughter in Ellington CT. Born February 17, 1932 in Hartford CT, daughter of the late Edward Hancock and Olive Charlotte (Lundgren) Anderson.
Adrienne ran a successful and thriving dried flower business in Novi, MI, later moving to Sarasota FL to be with her brother Robert. Adrienne volunteered at her local church and hospital both in FL and MA and loved gardening at her home in Brewster MA.
Adrienne is survived by her devoted children and their spouses; Holly and Heath Kidd, Scott and Laura (Rollinger) Parsons, and Todd Parsons, her sister Betty Lou Cantin, and several grandchildren; Kelton, Chase, and Baylen Kidd and Kendell, Kajsa, and Branton Parsons.
Funeral services will be held Sunday Nov. 17 2019 at 2:00 pm in the Ahern Funeral home 11 Main St. RT 4 Unionville followed by burial in the family plot at Greenwood Cemetery in Avon CT.

Calling Hours

Funeral Service

Sunday November 17 2019 at 2:00 pm in the Ahern Funeral home 11 Main St. RT 4 Unionville

Burial

in the family plot at Greenwood Cemetery ~ Avon

Memorial Contribution

One Response to 'Parsons, Adrienne (Anderson)'

  1. Deborah Dyson Diaz & Jorge Diaz-Santiago says:

    Dear Parsons Family,
    We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Adrienne. As a Brewster neighbor to my parents (John and Kathleen Dyson), she was always a cheerful, talkative presence whenever we went to Pineland Park. She frequently inquired about our two young sons and wanted to see them when they were around. We enjoyed seeing her and chatting for a bit. She was a friendly, kind and appreciative neighbor to Mom & Dad (J & K). It was good to see her this past summer at her home in Brewster and it’s sad to know that we will not meet her there again. We hope she is at peace and wish your family comfort.
    You are in our thoughts,
    Deb & Jorge Diaz
    with sons Dario (10) and Torin (6)

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