S: "Grammy" Anne Irene (Robichaud) Tourigny 1932 - 2011
BC: GRAMMY FACTS: 21-SEP-1932 Anne Irene Robichaud is born to: Father: Levi Alphee Robichaud Mother: Irene Antoinette (Bond) Robichaud 03-SEP-1955 Married Paul Theodore Tourigny 17-SEP-1956 Stephen Paul 1st son is born. 09-JUL-1958 Kenneth William 2nd son is born 18-JAN-1960 Carol Anne 1st daughter is born 04-APR-1965 Nancy (Nance) Anne 2nd daughter is born 1979 Moved to Loghome - Leominster, MA 1997 Moved to Ridgefield Circle - Clinton, MA 2007 Moved to Redmond WA 26-MAY-2011 Passed away at the Gene & Irene Wockner Hospice Center in Kirkland, WA | "Grammy T " Anne, was born and raised in Leominster, MA and was known to many. She married her high school sweetheart, Paul T. Tourigny in 1955. They shared many wonderful memories together from being crowned King and Queen of the Leominster High School Winter Carnival in 1951, building their dream log cabin home in 1979, raising a family of four. Her heart and home were always open to family and new friends and there was always an extra plate at the table if someone dropped by. Anne and Paul moved to the Seattle area in 2007 and made lots of new friends everywhere they went.
FC: Grammy 1932 - 2011
1: The Life and Times of Grammy and her Grandchildren!
2: The California Gang...
3: ...and on the other coast.
4: From coast to coast Grammy loved her grandkids the most!!
5: Grams sure did love her sunshine too!
6: The smiles, the twinkle and the love that got it all started!
7: A Celebration! Of Life!!!
8: Family... Where it all began
9: True and Everlasting Love...
10: I wonder if they ever thought they would have such a great family? Kids? Grandchildren? ???
12: Red Sox, Patriots, Boston Bruins, Mariners and even the Seahawks, Grammy liked to watch, cheer and whoop it up with her sports!!
14: Such stunning offspring!!!
15: Steve and Susan taking Grammy shopping! Notice the See's candies...
16: Good times back East!
17: Good times in the west!
18: Nobody knew the stunning young woman would grow up to be... | "Do it immediately, if not sooner!" "I say it's like being stuck between two sticks and a hen turd!" "Stick a broom...(you know the rest!)"
20: There was never a day when grammy said "no" to lobstah!
21: Good times! | Auntie Nance giving Grammy the goose!
22: Mother's Day 2009 in Folsom, Ca with Susan's folks and neighbor Helen. Another great feast on the deck in the sun! | The many faces of Gramms!
26: Grammy and her granddogs!
28: A HAPPY DAY FOR ALL! PRECIOUS!
30: A true New Englander
31: "La Famille"
32: Grammy sang in a minstrel show! | In Junior High | King and Queen of the Winter Carnival Leominster High School ----->
35: This book was made for Grammy's grandchildren whom she adored and was so proud of! She loved you all for being her cute little chickadees as well as the fine young adults you turned out to be. She always felt so much love coming from each and every one of you. And I know she was proud to be your Grammy! We will all miss you Gramms!