Ann Feloney

Ann E Feloney

Monday, January 6th, 1958 - Friday, March 6th, 2020
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Ann E. Feloney, Of Boxborough, formerly of Cambridge and Brewer ME, March 6, 2020. Beloved daughter of Theresa (Ciampa) Feloney and the late Lawrence F. Feloney. Cherished sister of Lawrence F. Jr. and his wife Denise of Natick, Joseph L. and his wife Jennipher of Milton. Loving Aunt of Lawrence F. III, Kara, Cameron and Isabelle Feloney, Amy Feloney and her husband Albert Kellett. Caring Great-Aunt of Bryson Kellett.
Ann devoted her career to Pediatric Nursing initially in Neonatology and more recently as a Nurse Practitioner focused on Pediatric Rheumatology. She worked in Boston, Worcester, Bangor and overseas, including work for the US Army in Germany as well as several pediatric volunteer missions to Vietnam.
Ann’s other passions included the Boston Red Sox and travel. She rarely missed a game, was at Fenway frequently, and annually would combine her love of travel and the Sox into adventures at ballparks across the country.
Funeral from The DeVito Funeral Home, 761 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown, Friday morning at 9, followed by a Funeral Mass at 10 in St. Peters Church, 100 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. Interment to follow Cambridge Cemetery. Visiting at the Funeral Home on Thursday from 4 to 7. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Ann's memory to the Jimmy Fund, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284 or CASPAR, P.O. Box 45538, Somerville, MA 02145
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  • Visitation

    Thursday, March 12th, 2020 | 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    Thursday, March 12th, 2020 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    DeVito Funeral Home - Watertown
    761 Mt. Auburn Street
    Watertown, MA 02472
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  • Funeral Mass

    Friday, March 13th, 2020 | 10:00am
    Friday, March 13th, 2020 10:00am
    St. Peter Parish - Cambridge
    100 Concord Ave.
    Cambridge, MA 02138
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    Father Leonard O'Malley
  • Interment

    Friday, March 13th, 2020 | 11:15am
    Friday, March 13th, 2020 11:15am
    Cambridge Cemetery
    75 Coolidge Ave.
    Cambridge, MA 02138
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Amanda (Samantha) Cornine

Posted at 08:42pm
Ann took care of my daughter, who has juvenile arthritis. Ann was always positive and we loved having her nursing perspective as part of the team. When my 5-year-old heard about Ann's passing said "she is going to heaven" and that she will miss when Ann gives her stickers at her appointments. She will be missed and we are keeping her family and friends in our thoughts.

Mary Horn

Posted at 01:39am
Words cannot express the saddness of hearing of Ann’s passing. I’m glad she was able to go to Cooperstown because she loved baseball so much .
It’s also wonderful that she had so much time to spend with her mother these past few months. She loved and cared about her so much .I’ll always remember her smiling face and calming Way when she was caring for one of the pediatric patients and family. My Deepest sympathy.


Posted at 05:00pm
I am so saddened with Ann's passing. I have met Ann slightly over a year ago when I started working with her in Pediatric Rheumatology at U Mass. I liked her so much since the first day I met her. She was one of the nicest person I know. She has been so helpful. She was so warm, compassionate, giving. She carried the whole pediatric rheumatology program on her shoulders. All the patients loved her. She worked tirelessly for them. Even though it has been a short time, I feel I have known her for many years. That is how close I felt to her. I am going to miss her very much. I am still in disbelief that she is gone. Rest in peace, Ann.

Stacie King

Posted at 11:01am
I miss you already, Auntie Ann. You were taken from us way too soon. I wish you could’ve met Norah as we were just talking about you coming up soon to meet her. No doubt she would’ve loved you just like I do. I am so blessed that life gave me you. My childhood of you living right next door with all of the memories I will cherish for the rest of my life. Your Stacerooni forever-now Norahrooni will live on to remember your legacy of grace, compassion, and love. I bought her a Red Sox onesie with “Norahrooni” on the back to honor you. I would give anything to talk to you one last time. Thank you for always being there, loving me endlessly, always checking in weekly, your encouragement, and believing in me.

Give Pickles a kiss for me and a slice of birthday cake. I love you!

Kate Bianchi

Posted at 03:58pm
I’m so saddened to hear of Ann’s passing. Our paths crossed a few years ago when we started meeting up monthly at her home. I always looked forward to catching up; we would chat about our career experiences, our shared love for Harpswell, her latest travel plans & of course the Sox! No matter the obstacles that detoured her plans she remained positive and so full of spirit while putting others first. She always had that calm voice & gentle smile greeting me. My deepest condolences to her mom, brothers, extended family and closest friends. I know she spoke of you all often & considered her friends to be more like family. May all your memories of happier times bring a smile to your face as you go through this difficult time. Until we meet you again Ann, may your light continue to shine from the heavens on all those who love you. You’ll always hold a special place in my heart 💜

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