In Memoriam : Anne LeBrun

Anne LeBrun Anne B LeBrun - age: 60
(April 19, 1952 to December 04, 2012 )
Resident of Wilton, Connecticut

Visitation Information:
Memorial Services will take place at 2PM on Friday, December 14, 2012 at The Wilton Presbyterian Church, 48 New Canaan Road, Wilton, Ct.

Anne Bruce LeBrun, age 60 of Wilton passed away on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at Yale New Haven Hospital.She was the loving wife of Peter LeBrun. Anne was born in Greenwich, Ct. on April 19, 1952, the daughter of the late George Cowan and Helen Adair Bruce. She was a retired Realtor for Coldwell Banker
In addition to her husband, Anne is survived by her son, Alexander, and sister Robin Adair Bruce, as well as nieces and nephews: Catherine Carey, Lindsay Carlson, Benjamin Allard, Robby and Stephanie LeBrun, Kristy and Katie Lee. She was predeceased by a sister Amy Sutcliffe Bruce.
Possessed of an adventurous spirit, Anne made a 5 week solo excursion to Australia, seeing many sights and making many new friends along the way. She spoke fondly of her travels there for many years. Twenty years later, she was able to share her enjoyment with her husband and son as they retraced her steps on another unforgettable journey “down under”
Memorial Services will take place at 2PM on Friday, December 14, 2012 at The Wilton Presbyterian Church, 48 New Canaan Road, Wilton, Ct. Memorial contributions may be made to Whittingham Cancer Center, c/o Norwalk Hospital Foundation, 34 Maple St, Norwalk, CT 06850 or Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven.

Michael Sackstein - December 6, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
Unfortunately I will be unable to attend the memorial service as I am still finishing up with final exams. But I wanted to send my condolences out to Pete and Alex LeBrun, as well as the rest of the family! I'm very sorry for your loss. She was a great woman, very kind hearted! She will be missed very much! If there's anything I can do, please let me know!

Elizabeth Ely - December 9, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
Peter and family, so sorry for your loss unfortunately will not be able to attend service. Our thought and prayers are with you. Alan and Beth Ely

Ellen Shanahan - December 10, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
I was so saddened to read of your loss in the paper--my mother, Ellen Cooper, always told me about the wonderful LeBrun family and loved to talk with Anne. She saved your Christmas cards so she could show me Alex growing up. You are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Nan Cooper Shanahan

Kris Granetz - December 18, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
To Alex, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear mother, Anne. You were once in school with our twin daughters, Rachel and Sarah and even though they left your school system years ago, she would always ask me about them with great interest. We had learned just last Fall that we were both fans of needlepoint. I am now sad that we didn't get together to share our hobby. Thinking of you at this time. Fondly, the Granetz family

Bill Gillespie - January 11, 2013Contact this person Contact this person
Anne was an incredibly kind neighbor on Will Merry Lane. She was a listener without parallel. I recall on numerous gatherings, usually around Christmas and New Years, we would chat. She would assimilate every detail of my too-long accounts of my goings-on - and then she would ask very perceptive and tailored questions about me and my little life! She was always fun to talk with, and she had an uncanny knack of cheering folks up. I sensed something wrong when I got no Christmas card from her and family - she loyally sent one each year, though I had not seen her for some decades. And Alex you can believe she was one proud Mom - her cards always featured you and she would write, in her classic very neat script, what your latest projects were. I am only one of many who will miss her greatly.