You truly were an example of what a 'team player' is all about. Your devotion to your family and your willingness to help wherever you could, even when you were going through your own medical problems, made you an extra special person.
Your DBE friends will miss you dearly but your memory will last forever.
I treasure our friendship,
Queen Alexandra Chapter
“Anita will be missed dearly, she was a very kind wonderful lady
Cathy Gallicano, Regent of the Queen Alexandra Chapter of the D.B.E.
“Anita was a very lovely woman, always had a smile, and ready to help when needed
She will be greatly missed by our group.
Patricia Tuck - DBE
“Anita, I will always remember the fun times David and I enjoyed with you and Harry.
“Anita was a wonderful friend and will be sorely missed.
“I will miss my good friend!!!!
Brenda Rothermel, Daughters of the British Empire.
“Dear Anita, How you will be missed. Your kindness and generosity was evident to all who were priveleged to know you. We now have another bright shining star looking down on us.
Mary Penty, Daughters of the British Empire
“As Anita's youngest sister, I always aspired to be as loving, generous and accomplished as she was. She was a hard act to follow. I will miss her so much but will be comforted by my many photos and wonderful memories of her.
You were always so kind and willing to help others, you will be missed
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Anita Sallans King, 77 TEMECULA -- Anita Sallans King was born and raised in Saskatoon, Canada; the daughter of Bryce John Sallans and Margaret Baird Lockhart. She graduated from University of Saskatchewan and then earned a Masters at Cal State Northridge. After raising her four daughters, she...Read More