Kathleen Louise Anderson

March 1, 1926 ~ July 11, 2010

Mrs. Kathleen Louise Anderson, 84, 2197 NW 53 Street, Boca Raton, Florida passed away Sunday July 11, 2010 at The Fountains, Boca Raton, Florida. Mrs. Anderson was a native of Johnson City and had lived many years in Northern Illinois before returning to Siam Valley and subsequently moving to Boca Raton. She was the daughter of the late William Edward Breeden and Hattie Edney Breeden. In addition to her parent's one brother, Bill Breeden also preceded her in death. Mrs. Anderson was a graduate of Science Hill High School. She was an executive secretary in the Medical and Legal fields. She was a member of the Moores Chapel Freewill Baptist Church. Mrs. Anderson taught Sunday school classes and was involved in outreach ministries. Survivors include: one son, Leon Williams and his wife Fredda Sheib of Boca Raton, Florida; two sisters, Carmelita Hoss and Betty Webb; four grandchildren; two great grandchildren. The funeral service for Mrs. Kathleen Louise Anderson will be conducted at 2:30 PM Saturday July 17, 2010 in the Morris-Baker South Chapel. Rev. Bryan Cardin will officiate. The graveside committal service will follow in the Monte Vista Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 1 to 2:30 PM Saturday prior to the service.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I hold so many wonderful memories of Louise. We took cake decorating classes together and would make cakes to the Gray Fair for a long time, she would also enter her sewing, and other crafts she was so blessed with the talent to do.. I know she also touched so many lives in Siam as well, she loved to do the VBS at her church there. I know she will be greatly missed.. I know she will always be in my heart, as one of my favorite cousins..

  2. Anonymous says:

    We extend to the family our sympathies in the loss of Kathy. Kathy was a dedicated and gifted Sunday School teacher at Siam Baptist for many years; a student of God’s Word, and a prayer warrior on behalf of her pastor and many others. We appreciated so much her love for people, for her friends, and for her church family. She was hospitable; opening her Wilbur Dam Road home many times to our young family and various groups in the church for food and fellowship. She had creative ideas popping from her head at all times; always into thinking of ministering to other with a hand craft. Kathy’s friendliness was extended to strangers, who soon would not be a stranger once they met. My aunt visiting from Miami, Florida, was out walking the neighborhood in Siam one fall day, taking in the beautiful scenery of colors and coolness of air. Quickly a conversation ensued between Kathy and Aunt Millie, and they talked for over two hours. As they parted, Kathy waved to Millie and said, “If I don’t see you again, I’ll see you over on the other side!” Of course, that “Over Side” is Heaven. Kathy made it first. I know it would be the true heart of Kathy to see all her family and friends again, enjoying Heaven and seeing our Christ face to face. John chapter 14 speaks of a beautiful love the Heavenly Father has made available to each of us, and that is through His Son, Jesus Christ. Thanks for the good memories, Kathy. Our sympathy, The Roddy Family

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