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Gail A. Anderson


GAIL ANN ANDERSON was born on March 19, 1951 in Tracy, Minnesota, the daughter of Albert and Gilma (Lorenz) Anderson.  She grew up on a farm by Walnut Grove and Currie.  Then in 1965, the family moved to Worthington, where she graduated from Worthington High School in 1969.  She furthered her education at the Anoka Technical Education Center and later earned her degree as an Occupational Therapy Assistant in 1970.  She worked in the health care field from 1970 – 1975.  In 1972, she moved to Red Wing, Minnesota.  Then in 1975, she started work for Jostens in the diploma division as a key line/ production artist.  She worked there for 28 years.  She then moved to Jackson and was employed at TSE for the past 5 years.

 

Gail loved to draw house plans; she loved antiques and old houses.  Her cats and dogs were very special to her.  She had volunteered at the Humane Society and the Helping hands in Red Wing and had also done volunteer work for the Friends of the Library and the Goodhue County Historical Society.  She was a very kind person and was a voracious reader.

 

Gail is survived by her mother, Gilma Anderson of Sherburn, Minnesota, a sister, Alma (Neal) Barber of Welcome, Minnesota, a brother, Verle (Phyllis) Anderson of Mountain View, Arkansas, 3 nephews, Ken Anderson, Bob Anderson and Evan Barber, 2 nieces, Barbara Mueller and Lauren Barber and several great-nieces and nephews.

 

Gail was preceded in death by her father in 1991 and twin brothers in 1945.

 

Blessed be the memory of Gail Ann Anderson.

 

GAIL A. ANDERSON, 58, of Jackson passed away at her home on Thursday, October 29, 2009.  A memorial service will be held on Sunday, November 1 2009 at 3 PM at the Congregational Church in Sherburn with Pastor Rod Slessor officiating.  Inurnment will be in Tracy CemeteryTracy, Minnesota.

2 thoughts on “Gail A. Anderson”

  1. David and Ann Labenz says:

    To the family of Gail Anderson,
    We were so very sorry to hear of the sudden loss of your daughter and sister. May the kindness of others and knowing that you have been in our thoughts and prayers bring you some comfort. May God comfort you bringing you a sense of strength and hope during this difficult time. In time may the happy memories of Gail’s life bring you comfort. God Bless you.
    With deepest sympathy–
    David and Ann Labenz

  2. Kris Thomson says:

    I am very sad to hear of the passing of Gail Anderson. She was a wonderful person that I knew while working at Jostens in Red Wing, Minnesota. We discussed our animals alot and talked about interior design ideas. I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to Gail’s family….you are in my prayers.

    Sincerely,
    Kris Thomson

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