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Rosie Anderson

February 2, 1936 ~ August 17, 2019 (age 83)

 

 Departed this life on August 17, 2019, at 12:35 pm. She was born February 2, 1936 in Arcadia Louisiana to the late Dillard & Villima Sims.

 Rosie received her education at Thomastown High School. Rosie    accepted Christ 12 years ago under the leadership of Rev. Brown and Rev. Bynum.. Rosie was loved by two devoted men Eddie D. Davis and Caren Anderson whom both preceded her in death. She worked in the bakery at Doug’s IGA for many years, she would always greet you with a beautiful smile, and warm welcome, always loving and caring. She was a devoted worker until her health began to fail. She retired doing what she loved to do and that was cooking for other. She was famous for her Sweet Potato Pies, Gizzards, and Shepard's Pie. Her passion was cooking, fishing, gardening, word puzzle, and shelling peas, and reading her daily word.

     She was a loving and devoted mother, grandmother, sister and friend. She was preceded in death by her parents, both Husband’s, sons Timothy Anderson, Nathaniel Anderson, Daughters Carrie L. Brown, and Deloris Anderson. Sis. Ethel Sims, Effie Curry, Bros. Otis and Clinton Sims.

     Rosie leaves to mourn her daughter, Bonnie R. Anderson, Step-daughter Shirley Davis of Las Vegas Nv. Sis. Cleo (Barry) Mallory of Tallulah, Maggie (Lewis) Kent Oakland CA. Lucy (Robert) Sims of Tallulah, Daughter –in-law Earnestine Anderson. Grand Kids, Katrina Bass, Pamela Oliver, Rosie Williams, Angela Coleman, Adrianna     Anderson, Lonnie Bass, Eddie Anderson, Timothy Anderson Jr., Marlon Bolden, Terrance Coleman, Timothy Williams, Brandon  Anderson, Leonard Burns, Randy Anderson, Richard Brown, Carey   Anderson, Lyndell Anderson, 50 great grands, a host of other close family, and great friends.

To My Family

When I’m gone, release me, let me go. I have so many things to do and see. You must not tie yourself to me with tears. Just be happy that we had so many good years and moments. I gave you my love you can only guess, how much you all gave me is pure happiness. I thank you all for the love you shown. But now it time I travel alone. So grieve for me awhile if you must, then let it be comfort by trust. Its only for a while that we must part, so keep my memories within your hearts.

Love Rosie

 

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