Grace A. Anderson
November 4, 1929 – October 22, 2010
Grace Anderson Beloved Wife, Mom, Grandma and Dear Friend Age 80 Of St. Paul
Passed away October 22, 2010 surrounded by family, and the caring staff of St. Andrew's Village and St. Jude's Hospice. Preceded in death by husband, James; and daughter, Karen Lea. Survived by children, Art (Jan) and Kristine; grandchildren, Jennifer Anderson, Tia and Nick Ahrens, BJ, Elisa, Adam and Drew Kirschhoffer; brother-in-law, Bud (Sybil) Peterson; many special friends and relatives. Grace was a longtime member of Central Presbyterian Church, formerly a patient coordinator for The Arthritis Foundation, and worked for several years at Miller Dwan Rehabilitation Center in Duluth, MN. Funeral Service will be held Thursday, Oct. 28 at 12 noon at Central Presbyterian Church (500 Cedar St., St. Paul) with a reception and fellowship to follow. Memorials preferred to The Arthritis Foundation or Central Presbyterian Church of St. Paul.
- Funeral Service Thursday, October 28, 2010
Grace A. Anderson
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October 28, 2010
Grace was such a dear lovely lady. I so enjoyed her sweet smile and soft spoken ways. Grace will be dearly missed at St. Andrews Village by many friends and Aides. My prayers go out to her whole family at this time of loss. I know I will see her again one day:) Joannie Ockwig
October 27, 2010
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Gayle (Polsky) Liston
October 25, 2010
I remember a beautiful cousin who was always kind and good humored. Even though I have not seen her in 40 years she was always thoughtful in sending Christmas cards to me for years. We just lost track, I moved so much.
I know she will be missed by all who loved her.
Barb (White) Nehls
October 24, 2010
I am so sorry for your loss of your beloved Grace. I am blessed with so many wonderful moments shared with Grace as well as the rest of your family. One ordinary moment that has stood out as extraordinary is one day when Grace fixed a plate of appetizers, if you will. It was a plate with bologna and cheese sliced and arranged beautifully on the plate. She served that with Ritz or saltines. The lesson and the love that it was served with is what made that one of the VERY best appetizers and memorable moments I ever had and will never forget. The lesson being that no matter what you have, you can share and present it with grace. It is also always good to remember and appreciate where you came from and the people who love you. Grace did not spell this outâ€¦ nor did she need to. It was how she lived her life, full of grace. (Besides, good bologna is good bologna)! Love to you Grace. May your family be comforted by their own wonderful times shared with you. I know you are enjoying your reunion with Jim and Karen. Love, Barb (White) Nehls