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Antoinette Flint
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Mrs. Antoinette “Anne” Flint passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 26, 2018 at The Presbyterian Home for CNY.

Anne was born in Utica a daughter of the late Karkour and Julia (Mardenly) Murad. She received her education from St. Francis DeSales and the Utica School of Commerce. In January of 1950, she was united in marriage to Joseph C. Flint.

During her work career, she was employed at Rome Air Base, the law firm of Brindisi and Murad, and the J.M. Fields and Bradlee’s Department Stores at Riverside Mall, until her retirement. Anne was a parishioner of St. Peter’s Church and a member of the Altar Rosary Society and the Bible Study Group. She was a member and past president of the Ladies of the Utica Assembly, 4th Degree Knights of Columbus, a member and past officer of the Syrilabana Club, and the St. Francis DeSales Alumni Association.

The greatest joy in Anne’s life came from being with her family sharing in their accomplishments and the good lives they led. Anne lived by her deep faith and the power of her convictions. She leaves a legacy of strength and independence. She was an avid reader and took pride in her floral creations and home decor.

Anne is survived by her husband Joseph, a son and daughter in law, Joseph and Clarice Flint of Canastota; two daughters and one son in law, Jill Broedel of Florida, and JoAnne and Mark Ambrose of Whitesboro; nine beloved grandchildren, Mark Broedel, Heather Sanchez, Tiffany Riaboukha, Vanessa Stephany, Joseph and Christopher Flint, Carmen, Nicholas and Gabrielle Ambrose and 10 great grandchildren; one brother Alex Murad and many nieces, nephews, great nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by three brothers, George, Anthony and John Murad, three sisters, Mary Brindisi, Nellie Kazanjian and Jenni Singe, three sisters in law: Patricia, Mary and Antoinette Murad, a very special nephew Kenneth Kazanjian and a dear and cherished niece, Annette “DeeDee” Brindisi Grant.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday at 1pm at St. Peter’s Church in North Utica. Private interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. There are no calling hours but the family will greet visitors following the mass. The family wishes to thank Dr. Roger Breslow for his years of care, Dr. Thomas C. Mathew for his special care and special thanks to Christine, Si and Andrew for their warm kindness.

In memory of Anne please consider donations in her memory to the St. Peter’s Church Memorial Fund. Envelopes will be available at the service.
 
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