A.-Anderson-Obituary

A. Joanne Anderson

Wichita, Kansas

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Anderson, A. Joanne 93, lifetime member of West Side Christian Church and retired bookkeeper for Weyle-Bausch Tire Store and Cargill Corporation, passed away Thursday, August 8, 2019. Funeral Service, 10:00 am, Tuesday, August 13, at Downing & Lahey Mortuary West. Preceded in death by her parents, John and Faye Lynes; brother, John Lynes; husband, William Anderson. Survivors: son, Perry (Connie) Shuart of Wichita; daughter, Kay Ladányi of Glendale, CA; grandchildren, Phillip (Harmony) Shuart, Timothy (Amy) Shuart, Jakob Ladányi; great-grandchildren, Kaitlin, Abigail, Andrew, Emma and Rebecca Shuart; nephews, Steve and Scott Lynes; sister-in-law, Carole Lynes. In lieu of flowers, memorials established with, Serenity Hospice Care, 9415 E. Harry, #306, Wichita, KS 67207 and Kansas Humane Society, 3313 N. Hillside, Wichita, KS 67219. Share tributes online at www.dlwichita.com.

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Long time family friend and always ready with a kind word and gentle smile. Joanne would always ask or comment about Dad (Vic Coats) there at Oxford and recall with joy the times that old West Side group of friends had over the years. We mourn her passing with your family.

What a wonderful lady. Knew her from West Side Christian Church. My mother thought so much of her. They were room mothers together. Her life was an inspiration.

Joanne was a co-worker at Cargill. She was a great lady. Rest in peace my sister in Christ. Jim Beach


Growing up Joanne was like a second Mother to me. So many memories between our families.(High school with my Mother,Virginia Teter,Boyscouts,Campfire girls,oh so many more). She will be greatly missed. To Kay and Perry your Mother was such a blessing to me. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Miss Joanne was a member of West side church where she was loved by all. She would clip dog food coupons and other dog items for me and bring to church. She is now home with Jesus and wearing her crown.

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Joanne was a true friend of my parents and me and a solid Christian lady. We kept in touch over many years and her thoughts were always welcomed. She will be missed.

Joan was my mother's (Helen Shubert) dearest friend at Oxford Grand. She quickly became my friend as well and will be missed.