• Baggerley Funeral Home
    Edmond, OK
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Dorothy Anderson 1925 - 2012

Dorothy Anderson

Friday, July 06, 2012
We were sorry to hear of Dorothy's passing. Know that the Anderson's think of her often.
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
These pictures brought a tear to my eye and a smile to my face. My prayers are with your family and I wish Aunt Dorothy swift travels to join her loved ones in the heavens.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
June 19,2012
Ditto on the memories of family vacations to Oklahoma. We would drive all night to get "home" - partly because we had no air conditioning, partly because there were 4 kids in the back of the car but mostly because Dad (and the rest of us) could not wait to get back to see his family. It was always important too him. He loved all of his sisters and brothers. We would spend a lot of time in Tishomingo and I have very fond memories of times at Claude and Dorothy's. I remember one time when we were there it was a mini family reunion. The Krebs' clan filled the small Catholic church. We went out for breakfast afterward and they had to go to the grocery store for more food to feed us all. Whenever we got together there was fun, laughter, food, music, games, and dancing. Things have not changed - whenever we get togther there is fun, games, laughter, food, music, and dancing. we are the legacy of the original Krebs family - Love you all. See you soon.
Monday, June 18, 2012
I will echo my brother, Joe's, previous entry on memories of childhood vacations spent in Oklahoma. Great Fun and Aunt Dorothy was always such a character. She always had that little gleam of mischief in her eyes and just loved to pull pranks on my mom, Reta. Mom and Dad (Pat and Reta), Uncle Claude and Aunt Dort were always full of stories of our two families living together for a time. My most recent memory though was when I brought Mom and Dad back to Oklahoma to attend the funeral of another dear and lovely Krebs girl, Aunt Lindy. Afterward, Sally, Gus and I gathered at Aunt Dort's house along with Ed, Pat, Reta, Uncle Don, Aunt Nita and spent the whole afternoon just visiting, hearing stories, and laughing while being entertained with antics like "smelling dominoes", Pat danced "Dog Caught A Catfish", and we tried to levitate Aunt Dort off the chair, but she wasn't having any of it. Sally caught most of it on tape and blessed me with a copy, which I watched again last night. Thank you, Aunt Dorothy, and the rest of the Krebs Klan for teaching us the value of family and happiness just being together. You will be forever in our hearts. Give Dad a big hug for me!
Monday, June 18, 2012
My memories of Dorothy are from Krebs Family reunions, She was so feisty and funny. I remember stories she recalled of the Krebs siblings in their younger years. My thoughts are with you Karen and Theresa. How fortunate you both are to have had your mother in yours lives for as long as you did. Her presence will be missed but her spirit very much alive this coming reunion weekend.
Love,
Denise
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