Phyllis M Anderson

7 mars 193024 septembre 2021

Phyllis M Anderson, of Port Richey, Florida passed away on Friday, September 24, 2021 at the age of 91. Phyllis was born in Boston, Massachusetts on March 7th, 1930. She was married to Charles Anderson on June 12th, 1971. She was the daughter of Paul Decalogero and Catherine (Ricobene) Decalogero.

She had a passion for sewing, gardening and loved cultivating her vegetable garden and roses.

Her greatest joy was spending time with her children and grandchildren. She and Charlie enjoyed many years of cruising the countryside on Charlie's motorcycle. Since Charlie was a member of Amtrak they enjoyed many trips traveling the country by train. Before moving to Florida, She and Charlie lived in North Chatham, New York surrounded by her family and friends.

She is survived by her husband Charles (Charlie) Anderson. Her sister Connie Groves of Rensselaer, New York. Her children: Frank Catalfamo of Hudson, New York. Charles Catalfamo of Port Richey, Florida. Paul Catalfamo of North Chatham, New York. Donna Mazza and Maryann Waldman of Charlotte, North Carolina. Michelle Scott of Wolfsboro, New Hampshire and Cheryll Grande of Pelham, New Hampshire. She is survived by 18 Grandchildren and 18 Great Grandchildren, many Nieces, Nephews and Dear friends. She is preceded in death by her son, John Catalfamo of Rensselaer, New York.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the American Cancer Society.

A celebration of life will take place at a later time.


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Phyllis M Anderson


Donna Mazza

8 octobre , 2021

There are no words to express the loss I feel Mom, I know you are in a much better place now, I miss you, Thank you for being there for me no matter what, you were a Beautiful person on the inside and out, you were a strong woman, it was a honor being there for you when you needed help, I Love you to the moon and Back! Rest in Peace my Sweet Mother, I will see you again💜 I Love You

Conniie Groves

3 octobre , 2021

I writing for my mom.
Phyllis, you where not only my sister but my best friend. I lost a part of me when you passed away. I know I will see you again, that you are no longer in pain but it doesn't ease the pain of what I feel.
I will always remember our times shopping, laughing, visits together, having tea and dunk cookies, holidays and family fun.
Most of all I miss our daily, weekly talks and laughs.
This hole I feel will not be patched but it will be filled with memories and the love we had as sisters.
I miss you sister every day always will till I see you again, I love you.
Rest in peace .
You sister

Debra Meier

3 octobre , 2021

My auntie was an amazing women. The kindness women. She helped a lot of people, she watched many of children and worked very hard.
I remember living with her when we where kids our families having fun in Avon. Then when I got older, had kids of my own I had to move to NY with my children, we lived with her and my uncle for a while. We had tea together, laughed together, teased each other. Most memorable moments are our holidays together at her house with family here in New York.
I love her auntie heart and soul. Every day I will miss you and our laughs together, talks on the phone.
In my heart always.

Donna Mazza

2 octobre , 2021

I love you Mom, I will always treasure our time together, thank you for all your love care and generosity, 29 years ago I met you, you accepted me and my kids with open arms, you are a Amazing woman, I enjoyed laughing and eating pepper and egg sandwiches together, we always had lots of laughs together! I'm so proud to be your son in law, I couldn't have asked for a better mother in law! I will miss you, but I will see you again! R.I.P Mom Love your son in law Dennis❤️

Bonnie Brooksfrancis

29 septembre , 2021

My sweet philly Rest In Peace. I will be forever grateful to you for giving me my best friend and loving me like one of your own. I will miss your plentiful hugs and kisses. Most of all your quick wit and beautiful smile. Please don’t worry about your babygirl (I got her) I hope our combined memories will help heal the giant holes in our hearts that your leaving has left.

Sharon Hamm

28 septembre , 2021

I'll never forget all the nights we would sit and drink tea and just shoot the breeze . Hard to believe it was over 40 years ago you came into my life. You are such a beautiful soul and made me feel welcome I will miss you Mama God's taken you home . Rest in peace my sweet angel .Will love you always