Ann Ferranti

Ann V. Ferranti

Monday, August 21st, 1944 - Friday, April 10th, 2020
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Ferranti, Ann V. of Somerville on April 10th. Dear daughter of the late Giovanni and Viola (Leo) Ferranti. Loving sister of Anthony and his wife Anne of Waltham, Savino and his wife Renate of Waltham and the late Peter, William, Amalio, Aldo, Nino and Louis. Dear friend of Antonio Aguiar and Louise Oremland. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and family. Due to the current precautions surrounding COVID-19 all arrangements are private and are under the care of DeVito Funeral Home 761 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in memory of Ann to St. Jude Children's Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. Please visit to view an online guestbook.
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    Cambridge Cemetery
    75 Coolidge Ave.
    Cambridge, MA 02138
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    Due to the current precautions surrounding COVID-19 all arrangements are private


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Nancy B

Posted at 10:53am
Ann was one of my favorites when we worked together at Bank of Boston. She was so warm and also funny. She called everyone, "Doll" and we loved it and her. Sending prayers and sympathy to all her family and friends.

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Posted at 12:15pm
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jim ferranti

Posted at 12:10pm
I've known Ann all my 71 years. Since we were so close in age she was more like a big sister to me. She used to come out to Calif. and visit us, my dad, William (Bill) was her brother. We really enjoyed showing her our state.
Later in life as an adult I traveled to Boston and stayed with her, she was the most generous person. Together she showed me the Combat Zone in Boston, we had some great times. When my daughter was born we gave her the middle name Ann after Aunt Ann. We loved going to see her in Boston and seeing the sights with her. She always made use laugh but always feel so loved. We even got her out to Calif. when my daughter was married. It was so wonderful to have Anna and Anne, the 2 aunts there for the wedding. She leaves a huge space in my life, my connection to my dad's family, and her wonderful personality and love. I'll carry you and the memories the rest of my life. Rest In Peace, Jimmy

Louise Oremland

Posted at 11:01am
Ann and I met several decades ago at the Bank of Boston. At that time we were only acquaintances and saw each other rarely. Despite the few times that we interacted, I was drawn to her wonderful sense of humor. After we left the bank, we continued to communicate and then started having lunch together every few weeks. During that time, I got to know her better and realized that besides a sense of humor she had an extraordinary spirit of generosity. It has been a blessing to have known her and I will miss her. Louise Oremland

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