Anne Niedzwiecki

Obituary of Anne L. Niedzwiecki

Anne L. Mahoney Neidzwiecki, 63, of Glastonbury went home to be with her Lord on Wednesday June 17th after a 7 month battle with cancer. Anne, whose parents are Curtiss and Ellen Heinz of Glastonbury is 1 of 5 siblings: sister Leslie Longshore with spouse Angelo Colon of Glastonbury, sister Lauren & John Cheney of Glastonbury, and brother Bob & Clare Heinz of Leland, NC. Anne loved her family who was everything to her and she worked tirelessly for them, for years working multiple jobs. She was giver; she gave graciously and selflessly. She was also faithful; after graduating GHS she got a job at Krohnholm & Keeler ins in Hartford and stayed there for 40 years, and then most recently at Jeff Roby Insurance. She enjoyed duck-pin bowling, and gardening. Her later life was defined by her faith in Christ which was very important to her. She and Dan were members of First Baptist Church of Manchester. She was a great wife and mother and her life is truly a great success story. She was preceded in death by her mother Ellen and brother Gregory. She leaves Husband Daniel Niedzwiecki, 2 sons; Craig & Adrienne Mahoney with granddaughter Emma Grace of Norfolk, Nebraska, Geoff & Michelle Mahoney with granddaughter Myrtle Dawn of Glastonbury,daughter Kelly Mahoney of Glastonbury, and her two step children Allison Niedzwiecki and Matthew Niedzwiecki. 2 Timothy 4:18, "The Lord will rescue me from every evil attack and will bring me safely to his heavenly kingdom." Visitation and Funeral service will be held Tuesday, June 23rd at First Baptist Church Manchester, 240 Hillstown Rd, Manchester, CT 06040. Visitation 9am-10am, Funeral service starts at 10am. Burial to follow at Old Church Cemetery Glastonbury.
Tuesday
23
June

Visitation

9:00 am - 10:00 am
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
First Baptist Church
240 Hillstown Road
Manchester, Connecticut, United States
Tuesday
23
June

Funeral Service

10:00 am
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
First Baptist Church
240 Hillstown Road
Manchester, Connecticut, United States
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