November 7, 1929 – October 12, 2020
Mother Bernice Anderson was born to Stephen and Virginia Brewer on November 7, 1929, in Rison, Arkansas.
Mother Anderson was retired from J.C. Penny where she worked in retail for many years. She accepted the Lord as her personal Savior prior to joining Victory Temple Church of God in Christ in July 2012, under the leadership of Pastor Lafayette Whitley and First Lady Katherine Whitley. Pastor Whitley appointed her to serve on the Mother’s Board and Hospitality Committee where she served the Church willingly and faithfully. She believed Pastor Whitley is a Man of God and was willing to do whatever she could to support the Church. She “loved” her Church.
Mother Anderson was preceded in death by her husband Willie Anderson, daughter, Georgia Ebron, son, Harold Norton and eleven siblings. She is survived by her daughters, Lisa Anderson; Libby Walker (Neal); eight grandchildren; fourteen great grandchildren, and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, extended family members and friends.
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Vickie Graham Williams
October 20, 2020
My Deepest Sympathy to Libby and Lisa
On the passing of your Mom (Ms Bernice) I will always remember her sweet and kind spirit
Praying God will strengthen and comfort your hearts 💕 💕
October 18, 2020
My time spent with grandma was always pleasant. She truly have a part of my heart and definitely will be missed. REST IN PEACE ❤️🌹
October 18, 2020
My memory of Mrs. Bernice Anderson started in the late sixties when my family moved to Good Haven Apartments on Corinth better known as High Hill. I was treated with so much love I became Craig, Libby and Lisa sister from another mother. There were a lot of fun memories our families shared from far and near. The Graham Family sends our heartfelt condolence to Libby, Lisa and the entire family. May you find strength in the love of family and in the warm embrace of friends.
Rhonda Graham & The Graham Family!
October 15, 2020
Aunt Bernice, I know you were tired. So I’m not going to be selfish and say I wanted you to stay here longer. R.l.H. I will always love you and miss you so much. Thank you for checking on me and Fredrick . Your niece Renee