Anne Volk Obituary, Death – Anne (Dubovick) Volk, 61, died away on Tuesday, April 4, 2023 at UMass Memorial Hospital. She was a beloved mother, grandmother, and sister. She was the daughter of the late Ronald Dubovick and Janet (Sutor) Dubovick and was born in Yonkers, New York. She was reared in Holden, Massachusetts. Because Anne is a loving and compassionate person, she decided to make a profession out of helping other people.
She got a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science from Worcester State University in addition to her nursing education from the Worcester Hahnemann Hospital School of Nursing. She eventually became a licensed nurse and had a successful and lengthy career in the field. Anne was employed with Aveanna Healthcare right up to the time of her dying. Prior to that, she had positions at UMass Memorial Hospital, Overlook VNA, Americare, and VNA of Cape Cod.
Anne had a wide variety of skills and interests. She was quite talented in the art of crafting, and she would often use her spare time to make candles, work on crochet projects, and produce souvenirs for her family. Anne was interested in astrology, in music, and in movies from the 1980s. In addition to this, she was an avid supporter of Disney and New England sports. Anne adored spending time on Cape Cod, where she could explore the area’s beautiful beaches and hunt for one-of-a-kind treasures in the many antique stores.
Anne valued the time she got to spend with her family above all other things. She was well-known for her joyous enjoyment of the many holidays, and she carried that spirit to every event that she attended. The love and support that Anne always provided for her family was unwavering. Her daughter Nikki Fontaine and her husband Andrew of Mashpee, as well as her two sons Brian Volk and his wife Keri of Westminster and Daniel Volk and his wife Sherry of Lancaster, will mourn her dearly and always remember her fondly.
She was a loving grandmother to her six granddaughters, Caroline, Luciana, Jolie, Abigail, Sophia, and Eva Volk. Her grandchildren were named Caroline, Luciana, Jolie, Abigail, and Sophia. Anne spent her childhood in the midst of a warm and supportive family unit. She will be remembered by her siblings, Dee O’Hayre and her husband Jack of Barrington, RI, Denise Ackerman and her husband Craig of Leicester, Stacey Milgate of Hyannis, and Tracey Osgood and her husband Dan of Centerville;
Also, her brother, Ken Dubovick and his wife Laurie of Rutland; a large number of nieces and nephews; and her cherished cat, Fenway. Fenway will also be remembered. On Friday, April 21, from 3 to 5 p.m., family and friends are welcome to come to the Miles Funeral Home, located at 1158 Main Street in Holden, to pay their respects and spend time with the family. A memorial ceremony will be held at the funeral home at 5 o’clock in the evening.