Anne Summers' Story: She Remembered Montserrat
Anne Summers fell in love with Brad Nanton (Roberts) as a dashing young lawyer from Montserrat in the early 1970’s in London, and she visited the island and his family many times. Sadly Brad was killed in a car accident in London in the mid 80s, but she remained close to his family and the friends she had made through him.
in love with Montserrat, its beauty and the warmth of its people during her many
visits and made lifelong friends with his extended family, staying in touch
with the Roberts, Nantons and Arthurtons in the UK, USA and around the world as
well as remaining good friends with the Cassell family.
Anne came from Liverpool but moved to London to train as a teacher, and spent her career teaching primary school children, a number of years as headmistress of a school in West London.
She travelled the world but Anne Summers always had a special place in her heart for the lovely island of Montserrat.
Sadly Anne Summers passed away in 2020, but she did not forget Montserrat. Arrow’s Hot Hot Hot was played at her funeral service to celebrate her love of Montserrat and she bequeathed a generous gift to the Golden Years Home.
Her estate contacted MRDF and we were able to connect them with the Golden Years Home. Her generous bequest was used for MRDF's recent renovation of the Golden Years Home Laundry project.