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Anne Elizabeth de Bourbon

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Anne Elizabeth de Bourbon, 64, on April 4, 2016.

Born on May 12, 1951, Anne grew up in Patterson, N.Y., the youngest daughter of Filiberto de Bourbon and Lucia Vasquez de Cobo de Bourbon.

A graduate of John F. Kennedy High School in Somers, N.Y., and Endicott College in Beverly, Mass., her career was in banking, working most recently as a mortgage underwriter with 1st Mariner Bank in Bethesda, Md. Previously she was a senior underwriter at Capital One in Bethesda and worked with PMI Mortgage Company.

She was a resident of Westport, Conn., for more than 15 years before moving to Alexandria in 2003.

Five brothers survive: Charles of Delaware Water Gap, Pa.; Anthony of Lansing, Mich.; Ferdinand of New Milford, Conn.; Francis of Los Angeles; and James of Dallas, Texas. A sister, Maria, and brother, Philip, preceded her in death. Six cousins also survive, including Marie B. Stone of Jacksonville, Fla., with whom she was particularly close.

Anne was known for her Old World sensibilities and taste, which were reflected in the home she loved in Old Town. She appreciated fine European antiques and art, and enjoyed the many interesting shops and restaurants in her neighborhood.

Neighbors and friends celebrated her life with a gathering last week, raising their glasses in many toasts to Anne in her lovely home.

Family and friends will gather for a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, July 2, 2016 at 10 a.m. at the Church of St. John the Evangelist in Pawling, N.Y., with interment to follow at Maple Avenue Cemetery in Patterson, N.Y.


Church of St. John the Evangelist
39 E. Main Street
Pawling, NY 12564

July 2, 2016
10:00 AM


Maple Avenue Cemetery

Patterson, NY

July 2, 2016

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  1. I met Anne back in 1982,I was Cindy Audino then an I had just turned 19 years old, we worked together at Nutmeg Financial Services. She had more class than any woman I know and she taught me that class. She was the most professional co-worker I have ever had. She taught me how to handle myself in the work place and the social place. We remained friends long after our Nutmeg days. She was my mentor and big sister I never had. I am so sad to learn of her demise. I love you Anne you were a credit to everyone who knew you. I am a better person for being under your wing.

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