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Anna Hue Nguyen

November 25, 1930 ~ January 8, 2022 (age 91)

Obituary

 

Obituary

In Loving Memory

Of

of our  beloved mother, grandmother, and

great grandmother

 

                  MRS. ANNA HUE THI NGUYEN

 

“Bà”

November 25, 1930 – January 8, 2022

On the afternoon of January 8th, 2022, Mrs. Anna Hue Thi Nguyen passed away after 2 years of battling with dementia. She was surrounded by her loved ones who will strive to honor her memory.

Mrs. Anna Hue Thi Nguyen was born on November 25, 1930, in Kiến An, Hải Phòng, Việt Nam, and married to Mr. Truong Van Nguyen for 67 years. She was the most loving wife and amazing mother with strength and devotion.  Her journey began with her loving husband in 1952 from North Vietnam. In 1954, she fled with her husband and family from North to South Vietnam. Then on the morning of April 29th, 1975, during the fall of Saigon, she again supported her husband and family to continue their life journey to America.  In Bellow Falls, Vermont, she and her husband worked tirelessly to settle in a new country to support their young family.  After a few years, the family moved to Worcester, Massachusetts to be closer to the Vietnamese community.  In 1978, the family moved to Nashua, New Hampshire and lived for over 30 years. Finally in 2008, she retired with her husband in Seminole, Florida.

Mrs. Nguyen was a faithful Christian who loved the Lord, her family, church, and community. Her faith was an essential part of her life and her family.  She lived for her children and dedicated her life to her family. In retirement, she spent a great deal of time to cultivate her spiritual journey by attending church daily, volunteering in charity work, and participating in church prayer groups and events. She also supported the orphanage in Vietnam. While she will be missed by many, we are thankful that she is with God and her beloved husband, who had passed away in 2019. Her life journey on earth may have ended but her spiritual journey will continue in heaven with God.

Mrs. Hue Thi Nguyen is survived by her six children, nine grandchildren, one grandfurchild, and six great grandchildren.

Eldest daughter: Tuy (deceased)

Grandchild: Timmy and wife Ai Nguyen, and great grandchildren Emma and David

             Grandchild: Dan

 

Daughter: Mui and husband Le

Grandchild: Andrew and wife Aijan, and great grandchild Maya

Grandchild: Ylan and husband Tim, and great grandchildren Cole, Austin, expecting baby girl

 

Daughter My and husband Khanh

Grandchildren: Joseph and Kevin

 

Son: Thai and wife Tuyen

Grandchildren: Brianna and Julianna

 

Son: Lam and wife Pritsana

Grandchild: Sarah

 

Son: Dzung and wife Rachel

Grandchild: Adelyn

 

Daughter: Mai and husband Thoai

Grandfurchild: Kiki

 

Due to Covid, funeral services and mass will be held in private (immediate family) on Saturday, January 15, 2022 at Rochette Funeral Home on 21 Kinsley Street, Nashua, NH and Saint Louis de Gonzague church on 48 W. Hollis Street, Nashua, NH. Burial will follow at St. Louis Cemetery on 752 W. Hollis St., Nashua, NH.

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9:30am – 10:30amViewing via Zoom
11am – NoonFuneral Mass viaZoom

In lieu of flowers, donations in Anna Hue’s name may be sent to Martino Home for the Orphans and the Disabled (Sở Khuyết Tật Mái Ấm Martino) in Vietnam via this link: https://gofund.me/75663145.

 

They may forget what you said

But they will never forget how you made them feel.

-Carl W. Buchner

                                                                                              

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