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ANDERSON Sandra June Fraser Anderson was born in Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida on March 3, 1938. She died October 12, 2013. Sandy was the daughter of the late State Senator Edwin Fraser and wife Jackie of Macclenny, Florida. She is survived by her husband Reverend Gerald W. Anderson (Jerry) of Orange Park, Florida; daughter Dr. Jeri L. Anderson (Stephen A. Jaynes) of Cincinnati, OH; son Scott F. Anderson (Ruby); grandchildren Kristopher Anderson, Morgan Anderson, and step granddaughter Cassie Register; numerous nieces and nephews. Sandy was a graduate of the first Nursing class of the University of Florida School of Nursing. She met her husband at the University and they married August 11, 1960. Jerry was recalled to the US Air Force in 1963, and she spent the next 21 years as an Air Force wife, traveling to Alabama, California, Maine, Louisiana, Tennessee, the Philippines, Texas, Turkey, and Arkansas. She enjoyed her traveling so much she decided in 1977 to become a travel agent and worked in that career until illness forced her to retire in 2009. Other than her family, Sandy's greatest love was music. She sang with choral guilds in Texas, Arkansas, Atlanta, and Jacksonville. She sang with Masterworks Choral in Jacksonville and always sang in choirs in the many churches she attended. Sandy was a talented and loving wife, mother and friend. She will be greatly missed. She is now safe in the arms of the one who loves and heals. A Memorial service will be held Tuesday, October 15 at 5:00 p.m. at Orange Park United Methodist Church, 4150 Park Ave., Orange Park, FL. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to Orange Park United Methodist Church Music Program, 152 Stowe, Orange Park, FL 32073. Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com

Published in the Florida Times-Union on Oct. 13, 2013
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