Laura Louise Anderson

Age 98, passed away Saturday, July 24, 2021.  Arrangements are incomplete at this time.

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Deb & Bill Bishop
August 4, 2021 at 8:18 pm

We knew Laura for years as she worked at Linn and Owen with my brother, Bill Bennett. She was a part of the Linn and Owen extended family. Loved her caring and supportive personality.

Joan Doyle Bailey
August 6, 2021 at 1:14 am

Laura Louise took good care of our Aunt Josephine Hart for years, We were thankful for her kind heart. Our Dad Leon Doyle enjoyed his frequent visits with Aunt Jo. If Laura had put Aunt Jo in a home these visits would have been impossible. Keeping her family in our thoughts and prayers. Delores (Doyle) (Byrnes)(Goff), Betty Doyle (Zambiasi) and Joan Doyle (Bailey).

Nikki Ellis
August 12, 2021 at 4:57 pm

I worked w Ms. Laura for years at Sparrow (years ago). I admit, I was quite intimidated by her little perky, feisty self!! She and I grew close fast and she would always tell me I needed to name my son (In 2005!) Alloyiscious!! From that day forward she would never call him his rral name he was always her Alloyiscious!! I am so saddened I moved away and lost touch with her. Just now learning of her passing!! May u fly high my beautiful Laura!! You are finally back w your soul mate who we talked about daily!! Im sure he welcomed you with more than open arms!! I will alwAys love you, please keep looking after us as I know you have been!!

Cozette Oxley
August 15, 2021 at 3:31 pm

Just found out about Laura’s passing. She was the kindest & most giving soul you’d ever want to meet. I knew Laura from Mayflower Congregational Church. She always had questions about the Bible in her daily readings. Now all her questions are answered.
May God bless her sweet soul, while she enjoys her reunion with Lauren, Jack, Aunt Jo and all other loved ones gone before. Laura may you sleep in Heavenly peace! Love, Hugs & Blessings, Coz :-}

Sue Bassett
August 16, 2021 at 9:38 am

I also worked at Sparrow ER with Laura. She was one classy and sassy lady. She would come to work dressed to the hilt. Her glasses, shoes and purses always matched. I used to tell her that she needed a room for everything. She will be truly missed. I made her a memory quilt with pictures of her and Loren. That was the one time she was speechless. She is now with her husband Loren and her son Jack.. Love you to pieces Laura. RIP my friend.


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