Evelyn Erieg Erieg Anderson

November 21, 1923August 15, 2011

Evelyn Erieg Anderson East Lansing, MI

Born November 21, 1923 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, to William and Martha (Spicer) Erieg, passed away on August 15, 2011. She married William C. Anderson on April 11, 1947, who predeceased her on December 8, 2008. She is survived by her three children, Martha A. Miker (Charles), James R. Anderson and Elizabeth A. Hallan (James); seven grandchildren, Sarah E. Miker, Daniel L. Miker, Mary (Chip) Birkner, William J. Hallan (Michelle), Claire Anderson Hallan, Meagan (Bill) Longley, James R. Anderson II; three great grandchildren, Elizabeth and Amelia Birkner and Olivia Hallan. There will be a private interment at Greenlawn Cemetery at a later date. Those wishing to remember Evelyn may contribute to the William C. Anderson Scholarship Fund or the Boy Scouts of America, Scioto County Branch, 318 Chillicothe St., Portsmouth, Ohio or a charity of your choice in Evelyn’s name. On line condolences may be sent at:

Arrangements under the direction of Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes, Lansing, MI.


  • Private Interment at a later date

Evelyn Erieg Erieg Anderson

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August 21, 2011

To Martha, Beth, and Jim,
I want to tell you how sad I am to hear of Aunt Evelyn's passing. She was such a very special lady. I have fond memories of you all coming to see us when we came to town to visit Grandmother and Grandfather Shumway.
Thinking of you all,
Sally Shumway Clauss

August 17, 2011

Hello Anderson Family,

You are in our prayers.

We are so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a very special lady and very good friend to our Mom.

Susan and I stopped by their house in Portsmouth to visit with them, every time we were in town. When your Dad was in the nursing home, we even stopped by there to visit.

What a great couple they were.

We will miss them both.


David Alford (Seminole, Florida)

Peg Warnock

August 16, 2011

Dear Jim, Martha, and Beth,

I am so sorry to hear about your Mother and wanted you to know my thoughts are with you. I am having many memories of seeing her bright smile and hearing her cheerful "hello". I'm sure she brightened many a day with her positive energy.

My best, Peg Russell Warnock (Bob Russell's sister)