Ann Marie Schwarz

Ann Marie “Annie” Schwarz, 58, of Randolph, Massachusetts passed away suddenly at her home on Thursday, January 17, 2019.

Ann Marie was born in White Plains, New York, on July 9, 1960 to Robert L. Schwarz Sr. and Mary Ann (Hogan) Warren.

She graduated from Hendrick Hudson High School in Montrose, NY in 1978 where she was captain of the cheerleading team. After high school, Ann Marie went on to study nursing at D'Youville college, graduating in 1982 with a bachelor's degree in nursing.

Ann Marie worked for over 25 years in a variety of facets of nursing. Her career included employment at the VA Hospital, in Montrose, NY, the Westchester Medical Center, in Hawthorne, NY, the Northern Westchester Hospital in Mt Kisco, NY, the Tokos High Risk Monitoring Co., in Tarrytown, NY, and Olsten Kimbery Qualitycare in Auburn, MA.

Annie met her long-time partner Andrew Stone in Newport, Rhode Island in 1994 and they fell in love. She moved to Massachusetts to live with Andrew in 1995. Together they enjoyed traveling, taking cruises, gardening, and their many adored pets. Ann Marie and Andrew remained together for 25 years until her passing.

She had a deep love for animals and volunteered in various capacities for the Internet Miniature Pinscher service. She was also an enthusiastic and talented jewelry maker.

Ann Marie is survived by mother Mary Ann Warren; brothers, Robert Schwarz, Jr. (Jane), Michael Schwarz (Lisa), John Schwarz, Step-sister Tina Entwistle (Mark); Step-brother Michael Warren; Half-sister Rosemarie Schwarz, Godfather Fred McConville; Aunts and Uncles Margaret Bradley, Jim Hogan (Kathy) and Kathleen Murphy (Tom); and many loving cousins, nieces and nephews. Ann Marie is also survived by her partner of 25 years Andrew Stone, and her beloved pets Jazzy, Sascha, and Bosco.

Viewing hours are on Friday January 25th, 2019 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Hurley Funeral Home, 134 So. Main St. (Rt. 28), Randolph with service and eulogies to follow beginning at 12:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Internet Miniature Pinscher Service: IMPS, Inc., P.O. Box, 176, Pinellas Park, FL, 33780.


First Name: Colleen
Last Name: Miller
City: Orangeburg
State: NY
Entry Date: 01/23/2019

Ann Marie- your family and friends will miss you terribly. Your heart was full of goodness, which you spread to people and animals alike. We love you! Till we meet again.....

PS- we know you will be rooting for your team, Go Patriots!

First Name: Jim & Kathy
Last Name: Hogan & Viñal
City: Fernandina Beach
State: FL
Country: USA
Entry Date: 01/23/2019

You will be in our hearts FOREVER! Your life was cut short but you’ve left a lasting mark on all who knew you. We love you!
Uncle Jim & Kathy Viñal

First Name: Pat and Dave
Last Name: Geis
City: Hilton Head
State: SC
Country: USA
Entry Date: 01/24/2019

Dear Andrew and family
We are devastated by learning of AnneMarie’s passing. We reconnected after many years. We worked together at Olsten Kimberly Quality Care in White Plains, New York.
Annie and I had many laughs together and I will miss her as I’m sure all of you will.
Our thought and prayers are with you all
Pat and Dave Geis

First Name: Lina
Last Name: Hamadeh
City: Cortlandt Manor
State: NY
Country: United States
Entry Date: 01/26/2019

I was privileged to have known you and to have spent time with you at Mary Ann's jewelry shows. We wee sorry that you could not come for the last one. We missed you then and will miss you, your goodness and kindness. You will always be in my heart.

Lina Hamadeh

First Name: Phyllis
Last Name: Kirschner
City: Cortlandt Manor
State: NY
Country: usa
Entry Date: 01/27/2019


I have come to know you through your mom and family visits mainly during her jewelry shows.
We will miss your lively spirit and engaging personality but you will remain so fondly in our memories.

First Name: Kathy
Last Name: O'Connor
City: Peekskill
State: NY
Country: United States
Entry Date: 01/27/2019

I am so sorry and sad over Ann Marie's passing especially for our friend and dear teacher Mary Ann and family. To be taken from everyone so suddenly and unexpectantly is almost too much to bear. Rest in peace dear Ann will be missed by all who loved you. You will forever remain in their hearts and your presence will always be near.

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