Anne Marie (Aldrich) Roy-Blanchet of Tyngsboro, MA

Mrs. Anne Marie (Aldrich) Roy – Blanchet, 54, of Tyngsboro passed away unexpectedly at her home on Dec. 26, 2019.

She was married to Kevin Blanchet with whom she celebrated their 11 year anniversary on December 12, 2019.

Born in Lynn, MA on January 5, 1965 she was the daughter of the late Boyd F. Aldrich and Barbara M. (Keirnan) Aldrich.

Mrs. Roy-Blanchet was educated in the Tyngsboro school system and graduated from Tyngsboro High School with the class of 1983 and attended Middlesex Community College.

She was previously employed at the Dunkin Donuts at Lowell General Hospital’s Main Campus, Alan Mello Dodge of Nashua, NH., was a spiritual bereavement counselor and owned and operated Fantasia Hair Salon of Hudson, NH.

Mrs. Roy-Blanchet was a member of the Harbor of Hope in Chelmsford.

Anne enjoyed traveling especially to Disney World, was an animal lover and above all else, she enjoyed spending time with her children.

Besides her husband, she is survived by her children, Matthew Blanchet of Haverhill, MA, Kevin Deibert of Dracut, MA, Nathan Blanchet of Haverhill, MA, Harrison Roy of Tyngsboro, MA, Amberley Deibert of Tyngsboro, Aubreyanna Roy of Leominster, MA, her parents-in-law Charles and Frances Blanchet of Venice, FL., her siblings, Barbara Aldrich and her fiancé Charles Harting of Tyngsboro, Boyd Aldrich and his wife Diane of Lunenberg, MA, Brad Aldrich and his wife Michelle of Hudson, NH., and Arline Shea of Tyngsboro, MA, as well as many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend her visitation from 3PM to 7PM  on Thursday, January 2, 2020 at the Dolan Funeral Home, 106 Middlesex St. Chelmsford, MA. Her funeral will be Friday, January 3, 2020 starting at 10:00AM from the funeral home with a funeral Mass at 11:00AM at St. John the Evangelist Church, Chelmsford to follow. Interment will follow in Memorial Cemetery, Tyngsboro. Memorials may be made in her name to Autism Speaks. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041. Guestbook at www.dolanfuneralhome.com


25 Condolences for Anne Marie (Aldrich) Roy-Blanchet of Tyngsboro, MA

    Joan Aldrich Pauley

    I am so sad to hear about my niece Anne, she will be surely missed by all, many prayers for the family??? Love you Anne and may the angels lead you to our precious Lord, love you❤❤

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    Robin

    My oldest friend is gone way to soon. Time and tide take people in many directions, but you will still be missed by many. God speed and love to you Annie❤️

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    Phyllis Young

    My deepest condolences go out to Annie’s family. She was a bright light to all of us who called her “friend”. Soar high my dear friend! You are with our lord and the other angels, with those beautiful wings you love so much. I will miss you

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    Priscilla

    Fly high with the Angels my friend you will be surely missed by so many.you definitely help me in A lot of ways to cope with losing my child prayers for you and your family.

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    Melissa Gikas

    Aubreyanna,
    I am so deeply sorry for the loss of your mom. My heart truly breaks for you. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. We love you and are here for you.

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    Priscilla Iraola

    RIP Annie you will forever be in our hearts and homes. You have blessed us with your heart in so many ways and you will truly be missed. Xoxo

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    Alison Fernandes

    Kevin I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.

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    Donna Reed Boucher

    So very saddened to hear of the passing of Anne. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very difficult time ??❤️??

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    Shirley Abell

    My heart is so very sad for Anne and her family.
    May it help knowing how much Anne was loved and is now with her love ones in heaven. My prayers are with all of you.??

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    Robert Rock II

    Sincere condolences to the family and friends of Anne. Love & Memories are eternal and nothing can take that away.
    Sending Light & Healing Prayer.

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    Brian

    Anne, I only knew you for a short amount of time, but you made a real difference in my life just by knowing you and speaking with you. You were always smiling and always SO nice to me. You will surely be missed! Rest In Peace my friend. My deepest condolences to her family and friends.

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    Nancy Schiebel

    I have known Annie for a very long time, being a friend of my children, and especially of my niece, my deepest condolences to her family

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    Donna Dupras Beaulieu

    My heart just breaks to hear this news. Whenever I think of Annie, she always had a smile and brought a smile to my face. My deepest condolences to her family.

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    Susan Bergeron Reardon - CT

    Kevin and Family,

    I am so sorry to hear about Anne. She had a very contagious smile. She could brighten anyone’s day. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time.

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    Jennifer Ryan

    Annie, you are missed in so many ways. You helped me find myself and who I was meant to be. My family and I are forever thankful for your friendship. Fly high my angel

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    Patrick S

    I was at work when I received the sad news, and although I never kept in touch with Anne after high school, I couldn’t help but tell my coworkers about the light that the world lost. I would always think of her fondly when I was in Tyngsboro driving by what used to be the family farm even though I’d long since forgotten the names of many of my other classmates.

    I only knew her for less than a year, transferring to THS as a senior, and Anne was one of several who immediately took this shy insecure teenager under their wing, and saw to it that this stranger never sat alone at lunch even on that first day. Although she always held court at the same lunch table, you immediately knew where Anne was in the room by the almost continuous side splitting laughter coming from those around her. Sometimes risque, or with a slight teenage rebelliousness, but never mean spirited or obnoxious.

    I remember when I heard years ago when she had taken steps to become fit, that I was so happy for her and glad for her health. I wish I had kept in touch and told her myself. In thinking about it now, she may have been one of the influences that helped me to start to come out of my shell way back then and be more outgoing, following her example.

    I hope it is some comfort to her family and close friends to know that there are many people whose lives she made a difference in, who they never even met. What a better place the world would be if everyone had an Anne Aldrich cross their path in their life.

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      Barbara Aldrich-Clougherty

      Thank you so much Patrick for these kind words! My sister Annie absolutely loved everyone and made sure anyone she came in contact with left with a smile and a laugh or two. Your memory of her has brought a smile to all of us.

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    Francine Roy

    Even though I was sick and couldn’t make the wake and funeral, I wanted to send my condolences to the family. Annie was always good to me and I will help my son look out for my Grandkids. I am so sorry for all Annie’s children, losing their Mom. Again, very sorry for your loss, she was too young. Rest in peace Annie

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