Louise (Cameron) Anderson
February 7, 1925 – April 12, 2018
Obituary: Mary Louise Cameron Anderson 1925-2018 Louise Cameron Anderson beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt and friend died April 12, 2018 of causes incident to age. Born February 7, 1925, to Donald and Mary Vogel Cameron. They were good parents who taught their children (three girls) to work, to love, to learn and to serve others. Anna Worden (Dale), Louise and Connie Milne (LeRoy) have been close as sisters and best friends. They lived in the same neighborhood all their growing up years. Louise attended Uinta, Roosevelt and East High School graduating in 1942. She then attended the University of Utah. Her love of children leading to her major in Child Development which she completed with a Bachelor of Science in 1946. While at the University she affiliated with the Alpha Chi Omega sorority. A group of cherished friends came together there and were close for more than sixty years.
The day after graduation, June 6, 1946, Louise married her long-time dear friend Dr. Robert K. Anderson in the Salt Lake Temple. Their first home was in Los Angeles where Robert had his dental practice. Later they returned to Salt Lake where they raised their two daughters, Christy Briggs (Kerry) and Cherie Walsh (Mark).
Louise served in the PTA and the Dental Auxiliary. As a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints she was a hostess in the church office building. She served in Primary and Sunday School. Later she was called to Relief Society where she taught for many years. She also served in the ward and stake Relief Society presidencies. These were assignments she especially loved. She and Robert also served together for 8 years in the German Extraction program. This was followed by callings as ward and stake missionaries.
Louise loved music and shared this talent with some very dear friends. Gardening also brought her great joy.
Louise and Robert’s love, concern and caring for each other over 60 years of marriage (Robert died March 31, 2007) laid the foundation for a loving close family- children (2), grandchildren (10), great grand children (14). Louise ’s motto- A family is a gift that lasts forever.
Funeral services for Louise will be held on Wednesday April 18, 2018 at 11:00 am in the chapel at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary on 3400 South Highland Drive. Friends may call Wednesday 9:45 – 10:45, one hour prior to services. Interment: Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.
- Louise is survived by her daughters, ten grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren as well as other family members and friends who will cherish her memory.
- Brandon Briggs, Pallbearer
- Mark Walsh, Jr., Pallbearer
- Oliver Walsh, Pallbearer
- James Walsh, Pallbearer
- Ian Walsh, Pallbearer
- Glen Olofson, Honorary Pallbearer
- Todd Noall, Honorary Pallbearer
- Casey Young, Honorary Pallbearer
- Cameron Janke, Honorary Pallbearer
- Ryan Walsh, Honorary Pallbearer
- Michael Walsh, Honorary Pallbearer
- Charlie Olofson, Honorary Pallbearer
- Isaak Olofson, Honorary Pallbearer
- Christopher Noall, Honorary Pallbearer
- Jack Olofson, Honorary Pallbearer
- Duncan Janke, Honorary Pallbearer
- Jasper Janke, Honorary Pallbearer
- Benjamin Noall, Honorary Pallbearer
- Ryan Latimer, Honorary Pallbearer
- Visitation Wednesday, April 18, 2018
- Funeral Services Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Louise (Cameron) Anderson
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April 16, 2018
I met Louise at the Coventry where my mother, Barbara Kegel, was living. Louise welcomed my mother like they were long, lost friends and they began a sweet and tender friendship. My mother was nearly blind and very hard of hearing and Louise helped her at every meal and in every way that she could. I shared a lot of dinners with Louise and Barbara and witnessed the love they shared and it still brings tears to my eyes. Both Mom and I missed Louise terribly when she moved to a different care center, but she remained firmly in our hearts. I know how much she loved her family and that you will miss her. My deepest sympathy to all of you. Debra.