AUDREY-ANDERSON-Obituary

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AUDREY GRACE ANDERSON

Mar 31, 1934 - Apr 8, 2014

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She and my mom were best friends. I still remember when I would visit her and my mom at the small clinic in Windsor ca and how my mom would call her odd ball. As a kid I always told the truth and told Audrey what my mom called her and she would laugh and laugh. Often I remember watching her knit and thought it was the most unique thing in the world. As I got a little older I went for a visit with my mom at her home in peradise. We had so much fun. Her smile love warmth good soul and laughter...

With Love From Joyce, I know you will be missed so, but just to let them know..........you are here with the Good Lord, and Mummy, Daddy and Laird. I hope they know that we are in a far better place, with no more pain or sorrow, my dear little Sister, finally at Peace embraced by God, his Angels and all that came before.

I met Audrey in the late 70's, early 80's when I went to work for her as her secretary while she was managing Western Aerial Photos in Redwood City, CA. We immediately became friends and developed a never ending bond. When my parents moved out of the area, Audrey became my "second" mom. I enjoyed our working relationship and even joined Audrey's bowling team! We had a blast!!!! She was a blessing to me, teaching me, as a single woman, about strength, love and independence. My...

A Family Birthday 2012

I had known you since the early 60's, Audrey. You were a very dear friend. You introduced me in the 60's to my wife, your sister, who we lost just 3 yrs ago. You will forever be missed my dear friend.

Krystal Robinson, Lilyan, Christopoher we love you and had a grweat time at your last birthday party with you friends ande family but we know we will see you in heaven someday. With all are love.

I miss you so much Odd, there is such a empty place in my heart and my life. I know you are in such a better place, with no more pain, no more suffering, no more hateful horrible disease. No one deserves this, watching you go was the hardest thing in my life. Jim and I did the best we could for you. I hope it was enough and that you died with peace and love in your heart. You are missed so very much Lady. Fly with the angels as you were one here on Earth. I Loved You very much my 2nd...

I knew you for 35 years, you were the best lady at our wedding, i was closer to you then anyone in the family. You never looked down on me or judged me and I loved you for that. I was there at the beginning and the end. You are in a much better place now, you are with God. I took you to Church at the end and you were saved. God loved you and took you he left sorrow behind but brought you joy and freedom, fly with the angels Audrey whippoorwill. God has you and you are in such a better...

Aud' you made the world a little bit brighter for me in just the short time I was graced with knowing you.. You taught me about patience and made me laugh. You treated me like family when I had none left. I appreciated you and feel like your kindness and beauty was an inspiration to not just me but all the peoples hearts you've touched. I love you Audrey and will miss you. Some day we'll meet again.

I met Audrey 8 years ago, when she had an appt with the Dr. that I work with. I always loved talking with her, and discussing our cats.

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AUDREY's Obituary

Audrey G. Anderson, 80, of Magalia, passed away peacefully at her residence in Magalia with her family by her side. She has lived in Butte county for fifteen years. She was born on March 31, 1934, in Montreal, Quebec,  Canada, to William and Alice Bonnell, and would later become an American...

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