Ann M. Branczewski April 20, 1938 - March 5, 2021

Ann M. (Lee) Branczewski entered eternal life on March 5, 2021.

Ann was born in Galway, Ireland and immigrated to the United States in 1957. She held dual citizenship in Ireland and the United States and one of her proudest accomplishments was being sworn in as a United States citizen.

Ann was very active in the Irish dance community and belonged to several Irish clubs including the Cork Club, the Norwood Irish Music Club, and she was a trustee with the Irish Social Club of West Roxbury where the club president referred to her as “the most loyal member.” She frequently traveled to Ireland to attend annual dance events with her sister Kathleen.

Ann was a proud supporter of United States Veteran’s and was recognized several times for her contributions to multiple Veteran’s organizations.

Ann was the widow of the late Robert Branczewski, cherished and devoted mother of Lee Ann (Branczewski) Seyller and her husband Eric of Brockton and Robert Branczewski and his wife Jennifer of Abington. Ann’s greatest joy in life was the special and unbreakable bond she shared with her children. She loved Eric and Jennifer as if they were her own son and daughter. She was the daughter of the late Tadhg and Nancy Lee of Ireland, sister of Maureen Meany of Chestnut Hill, Patricia Kennedy of England, Kathleen Walsh of Ireland, Rodger Lee of Ireland, Ted Lee of England. and the late Eileen Crowley of Quincy, John Joe Lee of Ireland, Brendan Lee of Ireland, and Redmond Lee of Ireland.

Visiting Hours in St Mark’s Church, Dorchester Friday, March 12 from 10-11 AM

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Ann’s memory to the Wounded Warrior Project and The Irish Social Club of West Roxbury.

Visiting Hours:
Friday, March 12 from 10-11 AM

St Mark’s Church
1725 Dorchester Avenue
Dorchester, MA

Funeral Mass and Interment Private

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    P J Broderick. says

    We are so very sorry to hear that our very dear friend, Ann passed away, she was a true Irish mother figure, so kind, gentle and friendly, what a fabulous dancer, she will sorely missed at all the Irish Clubs. R I P, Ann, your dear friends, Nora & P J Broderick.

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      Adam Nesmachnov says

      My condolences to your family. She has two wonderful children who are caring and compassionate and that is reflective on the beautiful person Ms. Branczewki was. Love and prayers to the family and those who cared so deeply for Ann.

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        Lee Ann says

        Thank you for your kind words my dear Adam. Love you.

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      Lee Ann says

      Thank you so much PJ and Nora. Our mom valued your friendship and spoke so highly of both of you. Thank you for being with us today to celebrate her life.

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    Eileen Hickey says

    Sincere sympathy on Ann’s passing.

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    Lee Ann says

    Thank you very much Eileen.

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