Anne Huston Obituary, Death – My mother, Anne Huston, died away on May 27 in a calm and unanticipated manner after a pretty brief battle with illness. Her passing came after a relatively brief stint with illness. She had just finished having a wonderful morning with me, during which we went to get mani-pedis and, afterward, rested in our backyard by the pool. The morning had flown by for her.
There she went, floating away in her signature “Anne-style,” with sun glasses on her face, her nails looking wonderful, and the straps of her swimming suit falling off of her shoulders as she did so. She was a gorgeous lady who had a large network of friends and acquaintances and was able to think on her feet. It was a tremendous stroke of good luck to have her as my mother, and it was the greatest break of my life that I never had to take care of her by myself.
Having her as my mother was an extraordinary good fortune. The fact that she is my mother is a tremendous blessing. She is someone who I will grievously miss, but I have faith that perhaps someday in the future our paths will cross again. She is someone who I will grievously miss. Those of you who were friends with Anne are cordially invited to attend the Celebration of Life Service that will be held in her honour at Linden Ponds in Hingham, Massachusetts, on Friday, June 9, from one to three o’clock in the afternoon.
The service will be held in her honour. If you are unable to send flowers, it would be greatly appreciated if you could make a donation to Holly Hill Farm in Cohasset instead of sending flowers. The Holly Hill Farm is a working farm that also provides veterinary treatment for its animal residents. After all, to her very heart, she was a country girl, and she held the communal structure that she was a part of in the highest regard. When you make reference to her, you must use her proper name.