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Betty Anderson

Idaho Falls, Idaho

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Betty was one of the most lovely, positive dance teachers! She was instrumental to my becoming a dancer, if not for her I never would have toured the world dancing and have made so many friends and wonderful memories. And she had the most beautiful legs, I still remember them. Dance on, Dear Betty! ~ Alice Brydges

I am sorry for your loss.

My condolences to the family. Betty taught me dance back in the early 50's. I thought of her often throughout my life, as she was a beautiful talented and gentle woman.

Betty was a delightful teacher. Loved taking senior dance classes from her. She made the rest of the world disappear when we were in her classes. She helped us to develop confidence and the ability to perform. It was a wonderful time. She has touched for good the lives of a great many people. She will always have a special place in my heart.

Betty was a friend to everyone. She was beautiful inside and outside and will be missed but not forgotten. Cheryl Clayton

My deepest sympathies. Please know that God is near to comfort you. Isaiah 51 : 12

This beautiful lady was indeed the greatest dance teacher ever. Her dance recitals at the Civic Auditorium were a wonderful production with gorgeous costumes. She gave me a sense of worth and self esteem like no other teacher ever.

We are very sorry to hear about Betty's passing. Our family and the Bloxham/Anderson family have always been close. Betty was one of my mother's closest friends growing up in Idaho Falls and her brother Jack was the same for my dad when they were younger. Craig was my first friend and Betty taught both my sisters dancing.

Betty was always very generous and kind, as is Craig. When we used to play together as kids, I always thought that they lived in a mansion. She brought a great...

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Betty's Obituary

Betty Ann Bloxham Anderson, 90, formerly of Idaho Falls, passed away Oct. 24, 2017, at Brookdale Senior Living in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Betty took a final bow, and the curtain closed on the life of a fascinating human being and a remarkable teacher. Betty was a dancer, choreographer and...

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