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Marjorie Anderson

Marjorie Moore Anderson

Sunday, March 8th, 1936 - Sunday, October 4th, 2020
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MARJORIE ANDERSON, 84, died Sunday morning, October 4, 2020 at Lakewood Nursing Center in Crescent City, Florida after a long illness.
She was born in Bridgeport, West Virginia and she came to live in the Lake Como-Pomona Park area in 1980 coming from Princeton, West Virginia. She was a member of Lake Como Community Church.  Her primary pleasure in life was caring for others and keeping in touch with family and friends. She never missed an occasion to send a card.  She also never missed an opportunity to take a picture to capture a moment in time.
Left to cherish her memory are her husband of 62 years, Thomas Anderson; son and daughter in law, Richard and Juliana Anderson of Brazil; her daughter and son in law Dorothea and Noel Wall of Welaka; sister, Carolyn Thorne of Jefferson, Georgia and her sister and brother in law, Rebecca and John Britton of Charleston, West Virginia; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren
She was preceded in death by her parents, Richard and Ruby Harbert; a brother, Keith Harbert; mother in law, Ruby Anderson and brother in law, Bob Thorne.
A small, private memorial service will be held at a later date.
At her family’s request, in lieu of flowers please make donations in honor of her memory to the Lake Como Community Church, P. O. Box 330, 126 Highland Avenue, Lake Como, Florida 32157.
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john Barker

Posted at 12:00am
She was without doubt one of the most wonderful people I have ever met. I would run into her years ago, while visiting my mother, who is also a patient there. Last time i got to see her was when she was downstairs, with I believe she said her daughter. She was without a doubt, a truly wonderful person.
God Bless Her.

Andrea Hoberg

Posted at 12:00am
Marjorie was a wonderful kind person. I enjoyed our many conversations while working at Lakewood. She will truly always be in my heart ?

Tenika Crabtree

Posted at 12:00am
To the Anderson family. I'm so very sorry to hear about Mrs.Anderson passing. I took care of her at lakewood and it was a great pleasure. She was a lady with class and a heart of gold. And sweet as apple pie. We had so many good conversation and man did she love her lotions and her fragrances. When ever she found out i was gonna be her Cna she would be so happy because she knew she was gonna get what me and her called my spa treatment.

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