Anne (Slafsky) Segel Armand, 81, of Bradenton, Florida, formerly of Sharon, Massachusetts; Vienna, Virginia; and Exeter, New Hampshire, passed away on October 19, 2021. Born in Brookline, MA, she was the daughter of Arthur H. and Beatrice (Goodman) Slafsky. Anne was a creative soul, both with her art and writing. After high school, she attended the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA, where she met her late husband, Ed Segel. After marrying and moving to Boston, MA, she graduated from Boston University, and she and Ed started their family. Anne lived for a number of years in Vienna, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, DC. She was proud of the work she did as a lobbyist in DC and of her years working in Real Estate. After moving back to Massachusetts, she met and married Marshall Armand and they enjoyed years of traveling with family and friends, especially enjoying the winters they spent in Culebra, PR.
Anne was predeceased by her husbands, Edward Segel and Marshall Armand, her beloved daughter Roberta (DeeDee) (Segel) Ohlemacher and Ed’s sister Toby Cohen. She is survived by her son Alan (AJ) Segel of Atlanta, GA, her three step-sons Stephen Armand and his wife, Renee of Rowley, MA, Rick Armand and his wife, Lisa of Danvers, MA and Brian Armand and his wife, Brenda of Danvers, MA and her son-in-law, Stephen Ohlemacher of Washington, DC. N’Annie is survived by her seven grandchildren, who were her pride and joy: Skyla Segel, Jeremy Armand, Justine Armand, Zachary Armand, Cameron Armand, Trevor Armand and Michael Armand. She is also survived by her brother Jerry Slafsky and his wife Barbara of Boca Raton, Florida, her sister Ellen Tolliver of Pompano Beach, FL, Ed’s sister Cindy Spear and her husband Paul of Tampa, FL, her brother-in-law Ronnie Cohen and her companion Russell VanDommelen of Bradenton, FL and Kentwood, MI and many loved nieces and nephews.
Anne and her family are grateful to the staff at First in Care Home Health Aides in Bradenton, FL, especially Rebecca, Joene and Dot. All her caregivers treated Anne with love, dignity and respect and because of them, Anne was able to stay in her home.
A memorial service and burial will be celebrated at Sharon Memorial Park, Sharon, MA on Sunday, December 5 at 12:00pm with visiting hours before the service, starting at 11:15 am.
In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy in her memory may be made to The Deedee Segel/Hartford Courant Internship Fund. Make checks payable to the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving with Deedee Segel Fund in the memo and mail to Susanne Seney, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, 10 Columbus Boulevard, 8th Floor., Hartford, CT 06106. or donate online: https://hartford.fcsuite.com/erp/donate/create?funit_id=2121