OBITUARY

Dorothy Lilian Anderson

March 4, 1921August 5, 2010

Anderson-Dorothy Lilian - March 5, 1921-August 5,2010. Dorothy was born in Souldrop England and moved to Canada with her parents Hubert (Joe) and Jessie Hewlett one year later. they moved to Paswegin Saskatchewan and to Prince George, BC in 1929. Dorothy married Robert Anderson in 1942 and moved to Vanderhoof four years later. Dorothy was active in curling, the Red Cross and the Hospital Society. She enjoyed her summer residence in Fraser Lake with friends and family. Dorothy and Bob retired to Prince George in 1981. Dorothy is survived by her husband Robert Anderson, daughter Marilyn LeFevre (Walter Antypovich), son Jim (Monica) Anderson, sisters in law Lila Hewlett and Dorothy Lamb, brother in law James (Marie) Anderson, grandchildren, great grandchildren nieces and nephews. Predeceased by son Barry (1950) brother Frank Hewlett and brother in law Gordon Lamb. Many thanks to Dorothy's doctors and thge care givers at PGRH Rehabiilitation, Simon Fraser Lodge and Gateway Residental Care Facility. No service bt request. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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Dorothy Lilian Anderson

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Amanda Weston

August 14, 2010

Dear Bob and family - I was one of Dorthy's caregivers at SFL and I am very sorry to hear of her passing. She was a wonderful woman who always had a smile on her face an a laugh for you. She will be truly missed!

Bob & DD Leverman

August 13, 2010

Marilyn & Walter - just letting you know we are thinking of you -

August 12, 2010

So sorry to hear of your loss. Dorothy touched many lives and will be missed. Trude McMillan (Olts) Daughter of Wilf & Marg Olts

Tracee Howard

August 12, 2010

Dear Bob & Family

Dorothy will sadly be missed i worked at the simon fraser and had the pleasure of knowing Dorothy , she was a good lady and always had a hug or a beautiful smile when you felt down, she was a lady you couldnt help but love...my heart goes out to you all..always remember she maybe gone but never forgotten..

love Always Tracee Howard

August 11, 2010

Dear Bob and family:

We are so sorry for your loss of Dorothy. She was such a nice lady and a good neighbour. We always enjoyed her sense of humour, her generous kindness, and chatting to her in the neighbourhood.

We are thinking of you,

Sherry, Murray, Darren and Alison Klepsch

FROM THE FAMILY