Margaret Lucille "Lucy" Anderson Altes
Our deepest sympathies to Bill, Denny, Ricky and all their families at the loss of our dear friend of over 25 years, Ms. Lucy. We didn't know of her passing until today (12/16/11), when I found her obituary by accident on the citywire website. The memory of the wittiest, most kind, and hardest working woman we've ever know is forever etched in our hearts, may she finally be getting the rest she so deserves. Kenny & Lou Kershner (Silk & Steel Band & Songbird Karaoke & DJ / Swingin' Doors Club)
Denny, so sorry to hear of the death of your mother. Please know you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Max Snowden & Ann Patterson
I'll remember Lucy as a warm and loving person. Also, a heck of a lot of fun. We had a blast growing up on old 271; the race track and the garbage routes. Fond memories! God be with you.
"Miss Lucy" was a small business owner that would not be defeated.....not by anyone or anything.....I thought 40 years ago that she was the greatest inspiration for a small businesss owner I had ever seen. I feel the same way today. We ALL Loved Lucy.
My thoughts and Prayers are with you all. I have not seen you all in a long time. I always thought of Lucy and Greg because I knew you two the best. Even to this day when I travel hwy 45 where the business was I think of you all and Lucy"s beautiful smile and kind voice.