ALTONA-ANDERSON-Obituary

ALTONA ANDERSON

Washington, District of Columbia

1935 - 2019

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November 27, 2019

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  ALTONA ANDERSON "Toni"  Passed away on Wednesday, November 27, 2019, due to Alzheimer's disease. Left to cherish her memory are three daughters, Shelly Wolfe (George), Jocelyn Hill (Keith) and Millicent Olive (Cordell); five grandchildren; two sisters, Enid Johns and Jeanne Adkins; and a...

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Rest in peace dear Toni. We will cherish the memories of our adventures in Oakland and in Williamsburg -- our interior design and cooking efforts, planning our wedding, selling our home in Oakland and buying our home in Williamsburg. You were an amazing friend and we will miss you.......Ruth and Clarence

Toni Anderson
March 14, 1935 November 27, 2019

Hi, Sugar!

Altona Toni' Anderson died in Potomac, MD at the age of 84, of complications caused by Alzheimer's disease.

Born in Farmville, VA, Toni was the fourth of six children to Altona (Trent) and Rev. Vernon Johns; a civil rights pioneer. She graduated from Spelman College and married Dr. John W.R. Anderson, Capt. DC. U.S.N. As the wife of a naval officer, Toni moved often until settling in the Bay...

Rest in peace, Aunt Toni. I will always cherish our final visit. Love you.

My deepest condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort sustain your family during the days ahead. Psalms 119:76

This season is a continual reminder of God's ultimate gift of His "only begotten son" to the world. I am also reminded of Toni's acts of kindness over the fifty-plus years of our friendship. One is especially vivid. I was unable to participate in our 50th reunion activities at Spelman College because of my caretaker role with my mom. Toni took the time to visit us, spending the night and assisting me in taking my mother to a medical appointment. I will always remember how Toni...

My deepest sympathy to the family of Alton Anderson. May you be comforted in knowing that our Heavenly Father cares for you. He will give you strength and courage to cope with your grief. Psalm 94:17-19

COUSIN JOAN

LOVED MY COUSIN, ADELAIDE, AND WILL MISS HER! ALWAYS FELT SO CLOSE TO ADELAIDE AND HER SISTERS, ENID AND JEANNE, SINCE THEY GREW UP ON A FARM IN DARLINGTON HEIGHTS, VIRGINIA, NEAR MY SISTER, BARBARA,AND I.