Sadie E. Anton

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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To the Anton Family I write a message of love and family. I have great memorials of all the times up at Little Elk Lake. Love and Family are the best.
God Bless you all.

Sadie was a wonderful lady and volunteer, I got to know her at East Side Neighborhod Services. I wish her family comfort at the time, may your memories comfort you.

Rikki Popsun
Former East Side Neighborhood Service employee

To the Anton family..Grandma Anton! I remember the hours she spent at the lake raking, raking, raking. What a wonderful lady. Great memories of her at Elk Lake. Take care

Dear Elaine,Jen,Angie,Tony & Bobby
We are so very sorry for your lost.Our prayers and love to you all.God Bless and may her memories be close at heart.

Great-aunt Sadie,
I am so glad I got to see you at the church bake sale a couple years ago.
I know you are finally resting in peace with the Lord. I feel blessed to be a part of such a good family and You and all who have gone for now to join our Lord will be and are missed, we celebrate you all.

Everyone at East Side Neighborhood Services will dearly miss Ms. Sadie, our most senior volunteer. Three days each week, rain or shine, frigid or warm, Sadie blessed us with her presence. At 103, Sadie was probably the oldest active volunteer in America, and we were fortunate she was here. She worked in our Senior Dining program and uniquely understood the importance of seniors eating well, staying active, and the need for socialization. Over her four decades of volunteerism, Sadie...

Dear Great Aunt Sadie- Always thinking of you I know God will bless you Say hello to my mother and your sisters for me in heaven.

Blessed is she who falls asleep in the Lord. Sincere condolences to the family and to everyone who knew and loved Sadie. May her memory be eternal!


Sadie's Obituary

Sadie Anton passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Sadie are being provided by Kozlak-Radulovich Funeral Chapel. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on November 26, 2012.