In Memory of

Anne

Meredith

Senter

(Taylor)

Obituary for Anne Meredith Senter (Taylor)

Anne Meredith (Taylor) Senter, 82, died on January 4, 2024, in Nashua, NH.
She was born on February 17, 1941, in Providence, Rhode Island, a daughter of the late Lauriner E. and Signe E. (Oberg) Taylor. Anne was a graduate of Mr. Pleasant High, Providence, Rhode Island. She had been employed by Teledyne and Teradyne as an assembler. Anne also worked at the Exit 6 Welcome Center in Nashua, NH for a period of time.
Anne was the wife of the late John Garnet Senter who passed on December 13, 2018. They married on February 6, 1965, and had shared over 53 years of marriage.

During her marriage, she and John loved to travel and in August 1977 took an 8-day tour of London, England with Masonic brothers and spouses from Vermont and Rhode Island. In June 1990, they journeyed by train across western Canada with stay overs in Edmonton, Calgary, and Alberta. They took AmTrac on the way home seeing relatives in Seattle, Washington and Denver, Colorado. They were in awe of the beauty of Canada and the States. They loved to spend time in Maine and made many trips to Route 1 which was one of their favorite spots outside of Camden. They loved the harbors and seeing the different light houses. They enjoyed going out to breakfast and dinner.

They enjoyed family vacations in Prince Edward Island, Canada with relatives. Many hours, days and weeks were spent doing research on the Senter family and in June 1997, hosted a family reunion in Center Harbor. It was decided at that time a book should be published from all the information they gathered over the years.

Anne joined Betsey Williams Chapter #20 of Eastern Star on January 8, 1962, and was affiliated with Pilgrim Chapter #55, Order of Eastern Star of Nashua on October 28, 1977. She demitted from Betsey Williams Chapter on December 11, 1979. She served the Chapter as Worthy Matron in 1982-83 and again in 1986-87. In the years she belonged to the Chapters, she enjoyed traveling to the other Chapters of the state and making friends along the way.

Survivors include her daughter, Ruth J. Szczypinski and her husband Ray Jr.; her son, John Langdon Senter; her sister, Jean L. Johnson; her niece, Christine Howell and her husband Christopher and their children, Taylor and Liam; her nephew, C. Edward Crawley III and his wife Maureen and their children, Meghan and Alex; numerous cousins and friends.

SERVICES: Visiting hours will be held at Davis Funeral Home, 1 Lock St., Nashua, NH 03064 on Saturday, January 20, 2024, from 11 am – 12 noon with an Eastern Star Service and Celebration of Life Service to follow. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to St. Jude’s Children Hospital or the Shriner’s Hospital. Interment will take place at the convenience of the family. The DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, One Lock St., Nashua has been placed in charge of arrangements. “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER”.