Anne Marie R. Mosher, 76, of Sanford passed away peacefully on Sunday, August 27, 2023 at Kennebunk Center for Rehabilitation in Kennebunk.\n\nShe was born on September 3, 1946 to the late Sylvio and Alice (Doiron) Gouin in Sanford where she grew up and attended local schools, graduating from St. Ignatius High School in 1964.\n\nAnne Marie began her career in the medical field as a secretery in the Emergency Room at Goodall Hospital. She was then employed at the office of Dr. McGuckin and Dr. Frank in Sanford as a medical assistant. She was well known and made those who came to the office feel like they had someone to listen. The fact that she could communicate in French was an added advantage, allowing her to effectively communicate with patients in Sanford. Her commitment to the field spanned four decades, and she became a fixture in the medical community until she retired when she was 70.\n\nAnne Marie also enjoyed making crafts to give to her friends and coworkers. She was a loving sister and friend.\n\nShe is survived by two brothers, Ronald Gouin of Springvale and Michael Gouin of Exeter, NH, nieces Debbit Burtsell of Kennebunk, and Donna Chapais and her husband of Lyman, nephews David Wormwood and his wife Colleen of Bowdoinham, and Steve Gouin and his wife Kristin of North Berwick, and great nephews Jordan and Adam Burtsell and great niece Emma Gouin.\n\nA graveside service will be held on Friday, September 22 at 11:00 A.M. at St. Ignatius Cemetery, Sanford.\n\nTo leave a message of condolence click on Anne Marie's Remember Page.