Diane C. Anderson

Diane Cecile (Ferland) Anderson, 78 years old, resident of Hull, MA passed away on October 28th, 2020 after a long illness. Beloved daughter of the late Raymond E. Ferland and Flore (Desaulniers) of Fall River. She was pre-deceased by her husband Edward A. Anderson. Loving mother of Denise Permatteo & husband Jason of Luneburg MA, Jill Miller and husband Chris of Quincy MA, and Erik Anderson of Quincy MA. Loving grandmother to Andrew & Mireille Permatteo and Arthur Miller. Loving sister of Lucille Morrissey of Tarpon Springs Fl, Paul Ferland and wife Paulette of Tiverton RI, Raymond Ferland and wife Sara of Dartmouth MA, and sister in law Elizabeth (Anderson) Hurley and William of Braintree MA. She is also survived by many cousins, nieces & nephews.

Diane graduated from Dominican Academy Highschool in 1960. She spent several years post-graduation living and working in the city of Boston. She married in 1970 and resided in Readville MA with her young family until moving to Hull in 1983. Diane loved the arts and was an avid painter in her young adult years. She loved all types of music, reading, foreign films and picking out colorful annuals for her front porch in the summer. She spoke French fluently and enjoyed activities that would remind her of her strong French-Canadian background. She loved to have fun and her laugh was infectious. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Diane’s family is very grateful for the care she received at Windrose at Weymouth assisted living facility & Pope skilled nursing facility in Weymouth MA. A grave side service honoring both Diane and Edward Anderson is planned for Friday November 6th, 2pm at the Hull Village Cemetery. All are welcome to attend.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to your favorite charity in Diane’s honor. 


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