OBITUARY

Liv Ingerline Anderson

February 10, 1938September 6, 2012

Liv Ingerline Anderson was born on February 10, 1938 and passed away on September 6, 2012 in Jacksonville, Florida.

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  • Memorial Service Saturday, September 8, 2012
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Liv Ingerline Anderson

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Kev & Jen Anderson

September 7, 2014

Hey Mom, Jen and I fished on the Columbia River today and we talked about you with our friend Bill. I know that you much preferred eating the fish then catching them! Not sure what you would have done with this 70 lb Hombalt squid Jen cought but pretty sure you would have been polite...although disgusted! :) Jen did catch a 35 lb King and we cooked it "Mama Liv: style as she calls it...smothered in butter and onions!

For the past few days we have talked much about your life here and what it must be like for you to have your sister there now. It's actually easy for us to imagine all the giggling and laughing as if you were teenagers again.

Mom, we both can't wait for the day when we will see you and Bjorg again! Bjorg impacted our life significantly and Jen is so sad she didn't have the opportunity to meet her in person! When Bjorg would call she always said the same thing...her voice and inflections are just like Mama Liv's.

Forever in out heart, mind and thoughts...All our Love, Kev and Jen

Michael Beggs

September 19, 2012

Hello Roy and Family,
My condolences to each and everyone and by heart will be with each and everyone....

Love

Mike Beggs
(Spring Texas)
beggs_michael@hotmail.com

Trina Gonzalez

September 16, 2012

I will always have fond memories of my Aunt Liv and her laugh and hospitality. We will miss her... Trina, Rafael, Preston and Vanessa

Jeneviv Anderson

September 15, 2012

May you passed away in this earth but in my heart you wouldnt passed away. you are the one who let me see how to be hopeful of a hopeless situations, to be courageous in every trials, The icebreaker in every tensions,the source of every person smile and the best prayer warrior I've ever have.. We might not have a long time spend together but in my heart you will always be with me forever.. You are surely be missed mama liv specially me who you accepted as your own daughter. You are the best mother, wife,sister,friend and most of all the best mother inlaw. I might not able to see you to say goodbye but I am sure I will see you in heaven.


love and Care,

Jen

Kevin Anderson

September 12, 2012

To all the ships at sea, and all the ports of call, to my family and all friends and strangers. This is a message and a prayer.

Mom, the message is that your life travel has taught me a great truth. You are the one person in the world who I was born to love forever. A person like me born to the mountains and the seas (in your case Norway). A person rich in simple treasures..self made…self taught..a harbor for where I am forever home…no wind or trouble or even a little death can knock down this house.

The prayer is that everyone in the world can know this kind of love and be healed by it. If my prayer is heard there will be an erasing of all guilt and all regrets and finally an end to all anger. “Please God” - Amen

Someone said that some lines form in a perfect circle while others take shape in ways we cannot predict nor always understand. Loss has been a part of my journey but it has also shown me what is precious. So has your love mom for which I can only be grateful. My life began with you Mom and the moment I heard of your passing I felt something inside of me tare away.

These past few days I feel as if I've been lost, no bearings, no compass, crashing into things, a little crazy I guess. I've never been so lost before, you were my True North. I could always steer for home, when you were my home. Forgive me for being angry when you left, being angry is something you never taught me. You taught me to sing, to grab life by the tail and try to hang on, to laugh until I cry…or tis my pants!

But I'm doing better now, you help me. You came into my dream last night with that smile of yours that always protected me like a buffer, rocked me like a child. All that I remember from the dream is feeling peace. I woke up with that feeling and tried to keep it alive for as long as I could. I'm writing to tell you that I'm beginning a journey towards that peace and to tell you I'm sorry for so many things. I'm sorry for not calling more often to tell you how much I love you. I'm sorry I didn't apologize more, I was too proud. I'm sorry you were never able to see for yourself a ministry in a foreign land that existed because of the foundations you laid deep within your son. Most of all I'm sorry for not being able to overcome the obstacles placed before me to see you just one more time.

Now you have left our world for a much bigger world. Someday you will return with our Lord and I will see you again. I find myself contemplating what it is I will say to you on that day. I must have thought about a hundred possibilities and what do I final say? In the end…not much, my mouth didn't work except to kiss you, to embrace you again and to hold you tight. When I hear you say, this time we're together forever…and then I know peace….

I wasn't able to be there to say goodbye, so for now I proudly say…See you later…Mom!

Michelle Licea

September 11, 2012

I didn't have the honor of meeting Liv; but through the words and way of which those that knew and loved her spoke; I can only conclude that her life made a profound impact on many lives and that of the Kingdom.

Dave and Leila Anderson

September 11, 2012

Liv was a prayer warrior from the beginning and a most jubilant uplifting person for both her family and friends and the glue that tied us all together. She is now celebrating all the hard work she did for family and friends with her Lord and Saviour jumping and leaping for joy. We are sure that she will bring as much joy in heaven as she did on earth.

Florende Lansworth

September 10, 2012

Roy, it is hard to put in words my feelings for you, Kevin and Kathy. We have know each other for over 50 yr's. I know Bob was there to meet her along with our Lord. Bob saw into heaven before he passed from this life and so wanted me to see what he saw, but it wasn't for me tho we shared so much. My love and prayers, Flo Lansworth

September 8, 2012

Our deepest condolenses!

Ellen & Gunvald
Annette & Kenneth
Lillian & Göran

Kathy Anderson

September 8, 2012

It is difficult to write something about a woman who was a warrior, saint, peace-maker, intercessor, and someone who enriched my life in unexpressable ways. Mom, my heart rejoices in your homecoming! Thankyou for showing me what it means to have a personal fellowship with Jesus. In the months and years ahead, I will anticpate with joy the homecoming that I will have with you and with my Lord. It will never be goodby, only "til I see you again".