Anna Louise (Worrell) Anderson
1934 - 2020
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Anna Louise (Worrell) Anderson

Albuquerque - Anna Louise (Worrell) Anderson, age 86, of Albuquerque, NM, passed away on December 29, 2020.

"Annie", as she was called by her family, was born at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington D.C. on March 28, 1934. Her father, Edgar Worrell, and mother, Rebecca (Green) Worrell lived in the VA/D.C. area, including Ft. Myers, VA. Annie and her sister, Nancy S. Worrell, rode the Army school bus to attend grade school in Georgetown. After a long separation from their father during the War, the family moved to Munich, Germany in 1949, then to Berlin for two years where Annie graduated from the American High School,110 miles "behind the Iron Curtain." In 1952, she returned to the States to attend the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA, class of '56.

In 1955, Ann married Army Captain William F. Macatee. They had three children - Bill Macatee, Jr. (Sonya), Rebecca Rozell (Don), and Elizabeth Foley (Michael). Annie dearly loved her children and was a stay-at-home Mom until 1968. Her youngest child went to school and Annie became a Real Estate Broker in TX and NM was licensed in CA. As a military daughter and wife, Ann had already spent many years traveling the world, so she had a good understanding of people and was a natural leader. Her goal was to help others. During her 40-year career, and with God's help, she was able to achieve her goal, helping others be successful.

In 1983, Ann married Donald (Don) Wayne Anderson, a leading business-man in El Paso, TX. They decided they wanted to spend more time together, so they became partners in real estate. They worked together for 25 years.

Don and his first wife, Barbara, also had three children - Roger Anderson, Karen Anderson, and Ron Anderson (Jennifer). Now, Annie had three wonderful step-children. The family continued to grow with the birth of granddaughters, Caitlin Macatee and Halen Anderson and grandsons, Beau Anderson and Dylan Foley. Annie loved all her family so much!

During her career, Ann served as President of the El Paso Board of Relators.

She was also the first woman Broker on the TX Broker-Lawyer Committee, which is the group made up of six TX Real Estate Brokers and six TX Lawyers responsible for writing and promulgating real estate contracts and other forms and addenda used in real estate transactions in TX. She also taught many classes for the REALTOR Institute, whose graduates received their GRI (Graduate REALTOR Institute) designations. She had also earned the Certified Real Estate Brokerage (CRB) designation. She wrote articles for "Today's REALTOR" magazine and she was chairman of the Education Committee for the Texas Association of Realtors (TAR).

Ann gave us the gift of empathy and love; she taught us a love of life experiences and travel, and she showed us that a woman really can do it all (and do it all well). She was the light of every room she walked into and she taught us that love always wins. We love you, Annie. Please fly high and free with the Angels.

"So let your light shine before others, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in Heaven." Mathew 5:16.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to the American Cancer Society PO Box 22478 Oklahoma, OK 73123 or via telephone 800-227-2345.

Due to the current pandemic a private family service will be held at Faith Lutheran Church in Albuquerque, NM. The family invites you to join us virtually, which will be available on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 2:00 pm, at www.faithABQ.org. Please look for a banner on the top of the church's website for Ann Anderson Online Memorial Service. Please be sure to let us know that you were by signing our Guest Book at www.neptunesociety.com. At the bottom of the homepage, under "Obituaries", please enter Ann Anderson to find her obituary. Toward the end, you will see a link for "Adding a Memory"




Anna Louise (Worrell) Anderson, de 86 años, de Albuquerque, NM, falleció el 29 de diciembre del 2020. ""Annie"", como la llamaba su familia, nació en el Walter Reed Army Hospital en Washington DC el 28 de marzo de 1934. Su padre Edgar Worrell, y su madre Rebecca (Green) Worrell vivían en el área de VA/DC, incluyendo Ft. Myers, VA. Annie y su hermana, Nancy S. Worrell, viajaron en el autobús escolar del Ejército para asistir a la escuela primaria en Georgetown. Después de una larga separación de su padre durante la guerra, la familia se mudó a Munich, Alemania en 1949, luego a Berlín durante dos años, donde Annie se graduó de la American High School, 110 millas "detrás del Telón de Acero". En 1952, regresó a Estados Unidos para asistir a la Universidad de Williams and Mary en la generación del 56 en Williamsburg, VA. En 1955, Ann se casó con el capitán del ejército William F. Macatee. Tuvieron tres hijos: Bill Macatee, Jr. (Sonya), Rebecca Rozell (Don) y Elizabeth Foley (Michael). Annie amaba mucho a sus hijos y fue una madre que se quedó en casa hasta 1968. Su hijo menor fue a la escuela y Annie se convirtió en agente de bienes raíces en TX y NM y obtuvo su licencia en CA. Como hija y esposa de un militar, Ann ya había pasado muchos años viajando por el mundo, por lo que tenía un buen conocimiento de las personas y era una líder natural. Su objetivo era ayudar a los demás. Durante sus 40 años de carrera, y con la ayuda de Dios, pudo lograr su meta, ayudando a otros a tener éxito. En 1983, Ann se casó con Donald (Don) Wayne Anderson, un empresario líder en El Paso, TX. Decidieron que querían pasar más tiempo juntos, por lo que se convirtieron en socios inmobiliarios. Trabajaron juntos durante 25 años. Don y su primera esposa, Bárbara, también tuvieron tres hijos: Roger Anderson, Karen Anderson y Ron Anderson (Jennifer). Ahora, Annie tenía tres maravillosos hijastros. La familia siguió creciendo con el nacimiento de sus nietas, Caitlin Macatee y Halen Anderson, y sus nietos, Beau Anderson y Dylan Foley. Annie amaba tanto ¡a toda su familia! Durante su carrera, Ann se desempeñó como Presidenta de la Junta de Agentes de Bienes Raíces de El Paso. También fue la primera mujer Broker en el Comité de Corredores y Abogados de TX, que es el grupo formado por seis Corredores de bienes raíces de TX y seis abogados de TX responsables de redactar y promulgar contratos de bienes raíces y otras formas y anexos utilizados en transacciones de bienes raíces en TX. También enseñó muchas clases para el REALTOR Institute, cuyos graduados recibieron sus designaciones GRI (Graduate REALTOR Institute). También obtuvo la designación Certified Real Estate Brokerage (CRB). Escribió artículos para la revista "Today's REALTOR" y fue presidenta del Comité de Educación de la Asociación de Agentes Inmobiliarios de Texas (TAR). Ann nos dio el regalo de la empatía y el amor; nos enseñó el amor por la vida y los viajes, y nos mostró que una mujer realmente puede hacerlo todo (y hacerlo todo bien). Ella era la luz de cada habitación en la que entraba y nos enseñó que el amor siempre gana. Te amamos, Annie. Por favor, vuela alto y libre con los ángeles. "Deja que tu luz brille ante otros, para que vean tus buenas obras y glorifiquen a tu Padre Celestial" Matías 5:16. En lugar de flores, la familia solicita donaciones a la Sociedad Americana Contra El Cáncer PO Box 22478 Oklahoma, OK 73123 o por teléfono 800-227-2345. Debido a la pandemia actual, se llevará a cabo un servicio familiar privado en Faith Lutheran Church en Albuquerque, NM. La familia lo invita a unirse a nosotros virtualmente el miércoles 13 de enero de 2021 a las 2:00 p.m. en www.faithABQ.org. Busque un cartel en la parte superior del sitio web de la iglesia para el servicio conmemorativo en línea de Ann Anderson. Asegúrese de informarnos que lo hizo firmando nuestro Libro de visitas en www.neptunesociety.com. En la parte inferior de la página de inicio, en "Obituarios", ingrese Ann Anderson para encontrar su obituario. Hacia el final, verá un enlace para "Agregar un recuerdo".

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Published in El Paso Times from Jan. 8 to Jan. 11, 2021.
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Loyal and loving friend for over forty years. So much fun and inspiration! What a combo. I will miss her so much.
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January 11, 2021
Annie was one of my father’s (Charlie-boy, as he was known) favorite cousins. I hope he was there to greet her in heaven. Annie left an indelible memory on anyone who was lucky enough to know her. She was warm, charming, and smart. We will always remember her.
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