SANDY--Annie Waterworth Anderson, loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend passed away peacefully June 22, l999 at the home of her daughter, reuniting her with her husband, Carl and other members of her family who preceded her in death.
Annie was born Feb. 2l, l906 in Hortin Bradford, Yorkshire, England to Herbert and Ellen Hall Waterworth. She sailed to America to join her father when she was just six years old, accompanied by her mother, brother, and sister. It was May of l9l2, just two weeks after the sinking of the Titanic. She attended East High School,and eventually, she was employed at Auerbach's Dept. Store. She retired from Auerbach's in l972, after many years of dedicated service. On Oct. 26, l927, she married Carl William Anderson. They were later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. Annie was a faithful member of the LDS Church. She sang in the Tabernacle Choir for two years,and she volunteered at the Genealogical Library for 20 years. She loved to bake and was often referred to as the "cookie lady" by many. She was known for her homemade chocolates and also for her beautiful handwork. She crocheted, embroidered, knitted, and stitched needlepoint as well. Annie was an energetic woman who was always on the go, even in her later years. She loved to travel and returned to her beloved England several times. Annie was very involved in the lives of her children, and grandchildren and her presence will be dearly missed.Survived by daugher, Annette (Vernon) Jensen, Riverton; son, Larry H. (Kris) Anderson, Draper; eight grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-granddaughter.
A special thanks to her devoted neighbors, her ward Relief Society sisters, and Hospice of Utah, especially Laura and Laurie for their kind and loving help.
Funeral services will be held Monday at ll a.m. at the Mt. Jordan 3rd Ward, 933l So. 300 East. Friends may call Sun. evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Broomhead Funeral Home, 12600 So. 2200 West, Riverton, and on Monday from l0 to l0:45 a.m. prior at the church. Interment in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.
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