Lorraine Elizabeth Cloutier (Annelli), 94, of Reedsville, West Virginia, went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, December 21, 2022, with her loving family by her side.
Lorraine was born on March 13, 1928, in Hartford, Connecticut, to the late Gerard and Laura Annelli. She lived most of her adult life in Wethersfield, Connecticut. She worked at Cigna in Bloomfield, Connecticut, in the banking department and retired in 1976. She moved to Reedsville, West Virginia, in 2016 to be with her great-niece, Loren Hosaflook, and her family.
Lorraine was a loving daughter, sister, wife, cousin, and aunt. She enjoyed celebrating the holidays with her family. She loved to travel, shop, and dine out. She was an avid Tom Brady fan and looked forward to watching him play every week during football season.
Lorraine was preceded in death by, both of her parents, Gerard and Laura Annelli (Duffy), her first husband, Frank Stanizzi, her second husband, Pierre Cloutier, her brother and his wife, Frank Annelli and Italina Annelli (Gallucci), her nephew, Gerard Annelli, her aunt, Katherine Bukowski (Annelli), and many other beloved aunts, uncles, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, and friends.
Lorraine is survived by her caregiver and niece-in-law, Suzan Annelli (Schaefer), her great-niece, Loren Hosaflook (Annelli), and her husband, Clifford, and her great-great niece, Tara, who she lived with in Reedsville, West Virginia.
Lorraine is also survived by her great-nephew and his wife, Andrew and Kelly Annelli of Bristol, Connecticut, her great-great niece, Gianna Annelli, of Bristol, Connecticut, her great-great nephews, Michael Annelli of Bessemer, Alabama, and Logan Annelli of Bristol, Connecticut,
Lorraine is further survived by her cousins, Betty Russell, and her husband, Dan, of East Hartford, Connecticut, Carol Ann Di Pietro of Wethersfield, Connecticut, Bobby Bukowski and his wife, Julie, of Rocky Hill, Connecticut, and Richard Bukowski and his wife, Helen, of Rocky Hill, Connecticut, and all their children and grandchildren.
A private visitation will be held for the family, and she will be taken to her resting place at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Hartford, Connecticut.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to West Virginia Caring, P.O. Box 760, Arthurdale, WV 26520, who provided at home care to Lorraine. She received the best of care from her nurse Ashley and the many other nurses and staff that assisted her in the last year of her life.