Margaret Fern Beck Miller Anderson
1919 - 2016
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Margaret Fern Beck Miller Anderson
November 2, 1919 ~ January 23, 2016
Murray, Utah-Our mother, grandmother, aunt and friend passed away after 96 loving and caring years. She was born to Fern Miller and J. Beck on November 2, 1919. Her mother, Fern, passed away three weeks after Margaret's birth. Shortly thereafter, she was adopted and raised by her grandparents, Harriet Webb and Chilian Letts Miller. Mother was a lifelong resident of Murray. The Miller family settled here in 1849.
Dad (Milton Anderson) said he was lucky to find and marry such a lovely young lady. They were married for 77 years, moving just once to their present home.
Dad provided well for Mother and the family. Mother was a caring and loving stay-at-home wife. She was a great cook, seamstress and liked outdoor activities and traveling. She was an active LDS church member, serving in the Primary and Young Women's organizations.
Mother is survived by her husband, Milton; three children, Allen (Leah), RaNae (Noel) and Jeff; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Our thanks to her loving caregivers at Cascades at Riverwalk.
A viewing will be Saturday, January 30, 2016, from 12 Noon until 1:45 p.m. at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary in Murray, 4760 So. State Street, followed by a family tribute to Mother and interment at the Murray City Cemetery. Please share condolences at

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Published in The Salt Lake Tribune on Jan. 28, 2016.
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January 28, 2016
Jess & Diane Burbidge
January 28, 2016
Many fond memories of your mother will remain in our hearts. Margaret was a dedicated and loving mother and grandmother. A wonderful example to us all. Margaret cared as much for our daughter as she did her own granddaughter. She was always concerned and wanted to know about our children. We mourn with you at her passing, we rejoice for her as she is reunited with her loved ones who have gone before.
Joy and blessings to all,
Dwight and Hazel Rimmasch
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