AUBURN/DUDLEY/QUINEBAUG, CONN. — Alice T. (Brownell) Hannon, age 94, died Sunday, August 5 at Life Care of Auburn.
She was the wife of the late William F. Hannon who died in 1979. She was the cherished matriarch of her family and leaves a daughter, Lenore Gordon and her husband John of Scotland, U.K., she also leaves four granddaughters, Amy Muir of Scotland, U.K., Alicia Galvan of Auburn, Jenna Allard of Woodstock, Conn., Amanda Allard of Charlton, and seven great grandchildren; Marlena and Aiden Galvan of Auburn, Joely, Alice and Andrew Muir of Scotland, U.K., Ethan and Owen Donnelly of Charlton. She had a son and a daughter that predeceased her, Michael Hannon of Holland, Netherlands, and Cheryl Allard of Webster and a brother and two sisters that predeceased her George Brownell, Charlton, Florence Nelson of Westborough, and Dorothy Dufresne of Florida.
She was born in Worcester, daughter of the late Lester R. Brownell and Katherine (Horlbogen) Brownell. She lived at Eddy Pond in Auburn, where was a cherished member of the Eddy Pond Family. She was given the role of “Ambassador” where she greeted new residents with open arms and love to the community. She also headed the community bingo and even the “fitness class”. Prior to that she lived in Quinebaug, Conn. for forty years, and prior to that living in Dudley.
She was an Administrative Secretary for many years, working for Yankee Atomic Electric Co. in Framingham. She was a beloved member of the First Congregational Church in Oxford and the United Church of Christ in Webster, of where she was a active volunteer. Alice would also be the first to give a helping hand and brought a smile to any activity or person she met.
There are no calling hours. Please omit flowers, donations may be made in her memory to the First Congregational Church of Oxford, 355 East Main St., Oxford, MA 01540. Services will be held at the Church on September 8, 2018 at 10 am. The Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, 48 School St., Webster, has been entrusted with her arrangements. A guest book is available at www.shaw-majercik.com where you may post a condolence or light a candle.