Ashley-Anderton-Obituary

Ashley Anderton

Orlando, Florida

1972 - 2017

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Anderton, Ashley 45, of Boston, a dedicated teacher, devoted mother, and beloved wife, daughter, sister, and aunt, passed away during the early morning of the summer solstice on Thursday, June 22, 2017, after a three-year battle with triple negative breast cancer. Ashley was born in Winter...

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I'm one of Ms. Anderton's former students and was so sad to hear of her passing. She was a wonderful teacher who truly cared about her students. I had both Ms. Anderton and Mr. van Beever at different points of my high school career; they were both kind, understanding, and passionate educators. My thoughts are with her family.

To Ashley's family I send my deepest condolences. Although we had not seen each other in years, Ashley was my very first friend. We grew up on the same street and became friends even before starting grade school. I pray that her husband and children continue to live with the knowledge that she is with them every step of the way. And I send only positive thoughts to the hundreds, maybe thousands, of friends that she had made since those days on Markingham Road.

Please accept our sincere condolences. We know during this very difficult time, it is important to have comfort and hope. This can be found in God's word the Bible at Acts chapter 24 and verse 15. It gives the hope of a bright future for Ashley.

Dena - Thoughts of you and your family. Peace be with you. Fondly, Patti Secrist

I send my sincere condolences during this very difficult time. May you all find comfort from the encouraging words found at 1 Thessalonians 4:14.

I am so deeply sorry for your loss, and my thoughts are with you all. Ashley was one of the hardest working and most loving people I have ever met. She enriched everyone around her with her genuine smile, her high expectations, her willingness to help, and her ability to laugh. Every day with her was a blessing.

To Ashley Husband and Children , I am so very sorry for your loss.
May God give you the strength beyond what is normal to help get you through this traumatic experience.

Death of a love one is never easy to deal with. May God's love be with the family. Turn to God in prayer, He will give you the strength to continue. You have my deepest and sincere condolences.
1Thessalonians 5:17 "pray constantly"