|Birth: ||Apr. 22, 1920|
Salt Lake County
|Death: ||Jul. 20, 2003|
Lucile Anderson passed away January 30, 2003 with her daughter Kathy by her side. She had suffered for many years with Alzheimers.
She was born April 22, 1920 to Joseph and Judith Morgan in Riverton, UT. As a child she spent many summers living in the mountains with her family tending the sheep which her father raised.
After graduating from Jordan High School she moved to Salt Lake and attended LDS Business College, later graduating. She married Grant Eugene Anderson Aug 2, 1942. Together they had two daughters.
Lucile worked for the State of Utah in the Employment Security Division for over 30 years. She enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren, and taking care of her yard and many beautiful rose bushes. She enjoyed playing games with her family, especially cards, badminton, shuffle board, and all outdoor games. She had a great love for the outdoors, and spent many hours taking long walks, feeding the ducks, camping and hiking in the mountains, and going on picnics. She also loved bike riding and was in several bowling leagues, where she won a few trophies. She had a deep love for the arts and attended plays and symphonies throughout her life. She was an avid world traveler and was able to experience many different countries and their cultures. She was an active member of the LDS Church and was a member of DUP. Lucile was a kind hearted, caring, and happy person and she always lived life to its fullest.
She is survived by two daughters, Kathy Reed (Mike), Suzette Anderson; five grandchildren, Wendy (Kent) Isom, Jenny, Jeff (Kayla) Reed, Scott, Alan; one great-grandson, Tanner; three sisters, and Thelma Orton, Nila Huff, LaRee Sonderegger. Preceded in death by her husband; brother-in-law (Bryce Orton); and granddaughter, Little Kathy. We want to acknowledge the great friendship she had with Clyde Fischer. After the death of her husband, Clyde was a true friend and they spent many special years together. Because of Clyde's dedication and love, Lucile was able to remain in her home independently for a few more years before she had to enter the Silverado Alzheimer's Care Facility. We wish to sincerely thank all those who helped care for our Mother and a special thanks to Aundrea, her nurse, who cared for her from the day she entered Silverado.
In accordance with Lucile's wishes, there will be no viewing or funeral services. Graveside services will be 12 noon Wed. Feb 5, 2003 Elysian Burial Gardens, (1075 E. 4580 S). Directors, McDougal Funeral Homes.
Lucile will be deeply missed by all those whose lives she touched. Her kindness and generosity will be a part of us forever. We love you and you will always be in our hearts.
Salt Lake Tribune, The (UT)
Date: February 4, 2003
Grant Eugene Anderson (1920 - 1973)*
Elysian Burial Gardens
Salt Lake County
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Originally Created by: Blaine & Elaine Berger
Record added: Jan 13, 2011
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