Ann L. Musto, 84

Dec 27, 2020

Ann L. (Coy) Musto, age 84, a resident of Marion and Florida, formerly of Mansfield, passed away peacefully, in the presence of her loved ones on Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2020. She was the beloved wife of Lincoln Musto, to whom she was wed on September 5, 1960.

Born in Brockton on June 16, 1936, she was a loving daughter of the late Edward N. and Dorothy E. (Fluery) Coy.

Ann grew up in Brockton and was a 1953 graduate of Brockton High School. She then graduated from Bentley School of Accounting in Boston.

Ann was a dedicated homemaker to her family. She also worked for over ten years at the former Engelhard Industries in Plainville. For the past twenty-three years, she lived in Marion and spent winters at Briny Breezes in Florida.

Ann was a parishioner and served as a Eucharistic Minister at Saint Rita’s Church in Marion. She was a former communicant and member of the Catholic Women’s Club at Saint Mary’s Church in Mansfield.

Ann’s favorite times by far were those spent with her husband, children and especially her grandchildren. She enjoyed summer months at their Briarwood beach house in Wareham. Ann was an avid golfer. She golfed at Little Harbor Country Club in Wareham and other courses around Cape Cod and in the Palm Beach, Florida area. Ann loved the outdoors especially the ocean. She enjoyed many family vacations skiing and snowmobiling. She loved biking and explored many trails throughout Cape Cod and the islands with her family. Ann enjoyed traveling and meeting new people. She made friends wherever she went.

In addition to her husband of sixty years, she is survived by her devoted children: Thomas Musto, Sr. and his wife Adrianne of Norton, Paula Bills and her husband Edward of Colorado Springs, Colorado and Leah McCarthy and her husband Michael of Wilsonville, Oregon. She was the cherished Nana of Thomas, Jr., Anthony and Owen Musto, Lincoln Bills and Abigail and Madeline McCarthy. She was the dear sister of Jane Rogovich and her husband John of Bourne and the late Bradley Coy. She is also survived by her loving nieces and nephews, as well as many treasured friends.

Services, along with burial will be private and visiting hours are omitted. In lieu of flowers, those wishing may remember Ann with a donation in her memory made to the charity of your choice or to Continuum Care Hospice, 21 Father Devalles Blvd, Suite 204, Fall River, MA 02723 or Alzheimer’s Disease Research BrightFocus Foundation 22512 Gateway Center Drive, Clarksburg, MD 20871

Arrangements are under the care and direction of the Sherman & Jackson Funeral Home, 55 North Main St., Mansfield. Ann’s family invites you to share a favorite story about her in the messages of condolence. Please visit