Elizabeth Ann Coulson Segalini passed away on Oct. 6, 2017, leaving behind a legacy of love, compassion, and devotion. She spent her life giving of herself to her family, friends, and in her career.
Elizabeth was born in La Mesa, California on Sept. 15, 1948, to Raymond Coulson and Doris Luti Coulson. She grew up in Franklin, graduated from Franklin High School, and attended classes at the University of New Hampshire. She spent time living and working in the Boston area before returning to New Hampshire. She spent many years as an LNA at Golden Crest Senior Living Facility in Franklin, caring for others. Her devotion to the caring of others was evident in her relationships with those in her career, her friendships, and in her family.
Elizabeth is survived by her mother, Doris Luti Weglarz, of Gilmanton; and her sons, Anthony and his wife, Terri, of Gilmanton, Vincent and fiancé, Tajuana, of Richland, Mississippi, Andy of Loudon, and Recardo of Belmont. She will be lovingly remembered by her grandchildren Carter, Christina, Jack and Rayne. She is also survived by her sisters Deeda Coulson of Mount Hermon, Lousiana; Anne Moffett and her husband Howard Patlis of T3 ND, Maine, and Amy Hewitt and her husband, Rick, of Gilmanton; and numerous nieces and nephews. She will be fondly remembered by her longtime friend Danny Smith of Wilmot.