Anne Elizabeth Barfett

October 17, 1964 to November 5, 2020


Passed away suddenly at her home on November 5, 2020 at the age of 56.  Predeceased by her parents George and Alice Barfett of Long Beach and aunt Blanche Morris.  Left with fond and loving memories lifetime soul sister Pauline Vey, close friends Yvonne Drover and Tina Croucher and canine companion Karma.  Anne’s love of animals was well known by everyone, especially her dogs, and she was the current President of the Avalon Kennel Club.  Following her wishes, cremation has taken place.  Visitation will be held from Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road, on Wednesday, November 11 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. A private funeral service will be held on Thursday, November 12 at 2 p.m. Anne will be laid to rest with her mother and father at the Anglican Cemetery, Kenmount Road.  Donations in Anne’s memory may be made to the Avalon Kennel Club or SPCA. 



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So sorry to hear of Anne passing. I have know her for a number of years. From her time on Country Road to a member of Newfoundland search dogs .

May she rest in peace

Larry Wall

So sorry to hear of Anne’s passing. She introduced me to my husband (now of 26 years) and was a very big help to me with my first doberman Alex at that time.
She will always be remembered with fond memories.
Pat and Brian O’Toole

Anne loved hanging out on the roof of my home on 8 Forest Ave. with Harley, Tianna, and Willow . We did have a few parties on the roof with our dogs. The funniest was our Regatta Day Party on the roof which was not flat. Three dobermans barking as people walked by ….. .they looked everywhere except for up and hence scurried down the avenue. I have precious memories of our friendship and time together. You bought a lot of joy into the Udell family .

My sincere condolences to those who had the pleasure to know Anne. A true champion of our canine friends who will surely miss her!

Lorraine Cantwell
And doggies Monty and Saga

My condolences to the family and friends who have lost such a wonderful caring person. Anne truly was one of a kind and will be missed for sure. May she rest in peace

Sincere condolences to Anne’s family I will miss our chats about our beloved breed the Doberman and dearly miss hanging out with her at the Dog Shows. She was a joy to be around and would do anything for anyone.
RIP my dear sweet friend I will truly miss you…XO

Yvonne, thinking of you at this sad time. May Anne’s gentle soul rest in peace. HUGS

My heart goes out to Ann’s family. I meet Ann a long time ago in our clubing days. She was so funny and carefree and such an animal lover. Rest in Peace Anne. I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU. XOXO

Charmaine Halleran

My condolences to Pauline and to Anne’s family and friends. I have known Anne for many years. She loved her dogs and will be sadly missed in the Doberman world along with the local dog show community. May she Rest In Peace.

We’re so sorry to hear of Anne’s sudden passing. Our deepest condolences to her family and friends. Hold close your memories of time spent with Anne. God Bless R.I.P Anne

My sincere condolences to Pauline and to Anne’s family and friends. I have fond memories of Anne, Alice and George from childhood when they lived in Long Beach.. May she rest in peace.

We’re so sorry to hear of Anne’s sudden passing. Our deepest condolences to her family and friends. Hold close your memories of time spent with Anne. God Bless R.I.P Anne

My sincerest condolences to the family , friends and canine community of which Anne was a big part of.
May she rest in eternal peace.

Our deepest condolences to Anne’s friends on her passing. She was a dogs best friend and advocate. Anne had a smile that was contagious. She was caring and kind and will surely be missed. Rest peacefully Anne.

My sincere condolences to Anne’s family and friends. I met Anne many, many years ago through Dobermans. She was a wonderful advocate for our breed and her passing is a great loss to our dog show community,. I am shocked and sad that she is gone. May she Rest In Peace..

My deepest condolences to Annes’ family and friends and to all those near and dear ❤.

Pauline, I’m so sorry for your loss. She was your soul sister for sure. Hang on to your memories. You were so very lucky to have had each other through all the good times and rough times. She will always be looking out for you but from a different place. She loved you dearly as you loved her. Fly with the Angels Anne. I promise I’ll be look after Paul . RIP my friend. Michelle.

Anne was a great friend many memories with our family. She was an angel to animals. She will always be fondly remembered as a true humanitarian to animals, and a true friend to our family. Always cherished and never forgotten rest easy my friend from the Udell family.

Anne was a kind and loving person who always gave willingly of herself to help others. She will be remembered fondly by all who knew her . she reached out to those who benefited from her knowledge and generosity . ZIggy=, Lara and Rosie will greatly miss her visits and generosity.

My condolences to Anne’s family and friends. We had briefly been communicating and she had already been so kind and helpful in regard to my questions about the kennel clubs. It was evident how much she adored dogs and the world of dog fanciers. . Clearly she will be greatly missed. I am sorry that we didn’t have more time to get to know each other better. Be at peace Anne.

I’m so sorry to hear about Anne my long time friend cannot imagine what friends & family are going though now . You are in my thoughts and deepest sympathy to you .

Anne to be was a very light hearted individual who had an enormous amount of love to give any dog or any person. I had the pleasure of working with Anne at Teletech. Fond memories I will always cherish. Thanknyiu Anne for your friendship and bigvheart. May you rest with the Angels xo

My heartfelt sympathies to Anne’s family and friends. I met Anne many years ago when the Avalon Kennel club was just getting started. She will be so missed at the dog shows – she was a wonderful lady with a great passion for working with the dogs. She will be greatly missed.

My deepest condolences to Anne’s family and friends. Anne will be so missed by her many friends in the dog fancy and by the Avalon Kennel Club of which she was president.