ANDERSON, CAROL L. (NEE LIEDTKE) - passed away on August 19, 2010, age 77. Wife of the late Donald E. Anderson, Sr. Survived by son Donald E. Anderson, Jr., his wife Carol Bunting Anderson, nephews Walter Liedtke, Norman Liedtke, Richard O. Liedtke, Richard S. Liedtke, and nieces Virginia Carkhuff, Lois Klotz, Alice Novak, Linda Martin. Mrs. Anderson retired from the Hughes FAA Technical Center in 1999. Services will be private. Donations in her memory to Samaritan Hospice, 5 Eves Dr. Suite 300, Marlton, NJ 08053.
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Published by The Press of Atlantic City on Aug. 21, 2010.
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Carol was my secretary at the FAA for many years. I have many wonderful memories of her.

I hope you will find comfort in happy memories and knowing that she is at peace.
Helen Monk
September 5, 2010
It's interesting to me how at these times of sadness there is a reflection and sharing of thoughts that would not occur otherwise. I also learn so much from everyone else about their views and memories of what happened.

Aunt Carol and Aunt Bea seemed to be insepeable for the last phases of their lives. I almost can't remember one being somewhere whithout the other. She was a treasure trove of family information. She had a wonderful disposition with my children especially when they were young. Very patient and kind. She also accepted Maureen quickly and made her feel like one of us. I am so glad she did not suffer or linger. When I saw her last week I knew her will was gone and she was going to accept her fate. As usual she wanted updates on all my girls and gave me updates on family members. The Liedtke telegraph link is now closed. We'll have to do it ourselves. My love to all and my condolensces to Don and Carol Ann.
August 21, 2010
I will miss Aunt Carol very much. She was an integral part of the family. Being the sole survivor of her 4 siblings, she had expressed to me how very much she missed seeing them. When I would see her, she was always alongside her beloved older sister Beatrice. My Aunt Carol and Aunt Bea had many adventures together, traveling to Atlantic City. This dynamic duo would keep us "kids" busy on the phone lines trying to track them down.
My Aunt Carol was fun, the one who wanted to walk barefoot on the beach. But this was often sacrificed for staying alongside Bea who preferred the indoors. Her voice was soft and melodic and I loved hearing the stories she told of my father and the other big brothers.
I am already missing her, hearing that voice and wanting to hear more stories of a family of five all gone now. Love, Lois (Liedtke) Klotz
August 21, 2010
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