Marianna Grace Anderson

New Brighton, Minnesota

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I am so sorry I didn't get in touch with "Ms A" before this. She was one of my favorite teachers at Robinsdale, was at my wedding in 1968, and was such an inspiration to me in school. I was just looking up her contact info on the web as I was going to be in St Paul tomorrow and wanted to make contact again. My condolences to Ms A's family and my deepest gratitude for her encouragement in life.

I had Marianna for numerous art courses at Robbinsdale High School - she was certainly a favorite teacher of mine. I still have the beautiful paper cutting she created as a graduation gift for me, and several pieces of artwork I created as a student of hers. Through the years she attended my senior art exhibit at the University of MN-Duluth, as well as my wedding reception. I will always remember her smile, encouragement and enthusiasm - she is one of the reasons I went into teaching and...

Roland and family,
Marianna will be deply missed! I was her neighbor from 1984-2001 with (my now deceased husband) Dave & our 2 children Ryan & Megan. She made
each one of my kids her special needle point christmas stockings. My most treasured item is the copy of the needle point ornament she made for the White House Christmas tree.

Roland and family, so sorry about Maianna. Soon sickness and death will be a thing of the past (Romans 5:12,19,21).

So sorry to read about Marianna. I remember her as a cute little girl at church in Superior. Also was happy she looked me up here in Colorado. It was an unexpected pleasure.

Ronald & family:
Marianna has been on my mind these past three weeks. Prayers were offered. We lived at Shoemaker Hall together. I have a beautiful picture that she painted as a wedding gift for us. She hosted a wedding shower at your folks home on Portland for us too. Fond memories to be sure! She was a wonderful friend!


Marianna's Obituaries

Age 79 Long-time resident of Saint Paul Died September 17, 2011 of lymphoma. Marianna was born in Superior, Wisconsin to Roland and Hilda (Sell) Anderson and moved to Saint Paul with her parents in 1948. She is survived by her brother, Roland Anderson, Jr.; her nephew, nieces and many dear...

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