OBITUARY

Gracie Louise ANDERSON

October 24, 1952October 5, 2020

Gracie Louise ANDERSON, age 67, of Fort Worth, Texas passed away on Monday, October 5, 2020. Gracie Louise Anderson, the daughter of N.S. (Jack) and Annie Mae Williams was born on October 24, 1952, in Fort Worth, TX. She was the youngest of six children, and from birth, she was always full of life. Her joyful laughter brought a smile to everyone who knew her. Gracie graduated from Dunbar High School. While in high school, she met the love of her life, Albert Anderson. The two soon became inseparable and united in marriage on July 17, 1971, fulfilling 49 blissful years. Born to this union were three handsome sons, Desmond Anderson, Sr., Rodney Anderson, and DeShawn Anderson. Gracie was a long-time member of First Saint John Cathedral in Fort Worth, TX. She served faithfully beside her husband as a deaconess. Gracie’s first ministry was her family. She enjoyed caring for her husband, her children, cooking, and making her house a home filled with love. She was a protector and a loyal friend. Gracie reunited with her parents, N.S. and Annie Mae Williams and her brother, Willie B. Tinsley, in Heaven on October 5, 2020.

Gracie leaves to cherish her memories; loving husband, Albert Anderson; three sons, Desmond Anderson, Sr., Rodney Anderson, and DeShawn Anderson; two sisters, Thelma J. Parrish and Patricia Ajene (Osita); two brothers Ned S. Williams, Johnny L. Williams (Sandra); seven beautiful grandchildren and a host of other relatives. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.gwspencerdirs.net for the ANDERSON family.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Desmond Anderson, Sr., Pallbearer
  • DeShawn Anderson, Pallbearer
  • Justus Pearson, Pallbearer
  • Carlton Overstreet, Pallbearer
  • Rodney Anderson, Pallbearer
  • Deshaun Nichols, Pallbearer
  • James Overstreet, Pallbearer
  • Stafford Overstreet, Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, October 12, 2020

  • Celebration Of Her Life

    Tuesday, October 13, 2020

  • Burial

    Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Memories

Gracie Louise ANDERSON

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Darla Taylor

October 13, 2020

My sincerest condolences Deacon Anderson, Sons and family of Sis. Gracie. I will definitely miss her sitting on the end seat in the middle aisle. Her smile and laugh was contagious. During the holidays she made sure the children she saw had some type of toy and some candy.
Family, look to the hills from whence cometh our help, our help comes from the Lord. I pray God will continue to comfort and give you peace today and the days to come.
Goodnight my Deaconess Sister, RIHP 💜

Marvin and Abby Mitchell

October 13, 2020

To the Anderson family:
We pray that God will comfort you and keep you in His loving care.
Marvin and Abby Mitchell

Minister Karen Thompson

October 13, 2020

To Deacon Anderson and family,
I will truly miss Mrs. Gracie who was a faithful member of our Truth Seekers Discipleship Class.
We will miss her faithfulness in seeking God's word and being a voice in God's Kingdom. Mrs. Gracie was a faithful member at the First Saint John Cathedral and the Truth Seekers Discipleship Class, never allowing her circumstances to keep her from attending church, she knew all to well that her hope and strength came from God. Even in pain, she would always press her way.
We will miss her smiling face and boisterous laughter, she kept us laughing!
Mrs. Gracie loved children. She would bring candy ever Sunday for them, and her and Deacon Anderson would distribute gifts to them on special occasions.
I am soo glad that I had the opportunity to be apart of her life.
I will miss you Mrs. Gracie!!! I love you with all my heart! You get to take your place that we constantly talked about getting to. I will see you when I get there..
❤❤❤

Elder Lisa Moses

October 12, 2020

I will miss Mrs. Gracie she always had a kind word and a piece of candy, she always had the best candy, one of the few times she stood and spoke at the church I will never forget, being from a small town we always called purses “pocketbooks”, she made my day when she reminded the church members to dig down in their pocketbooks and give a really good offering!!! May you rest in a wonderful peace!!! I love you and will always keep a piece of good candy until we meet again!!!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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