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Anna Mae McAndrews – 2019

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019

Anna Mae McAndrews

Anna Mae McAndrews, born June 1929, in Susanville California. Raised In Winslow, Arkansas and Susanville, California. Married to Fred McAndrews for 51 years until his death. Preceded In death by Infant son Fred Gary.

Survived by Children: Gani, Jim (Linda) and Greg; Grandchildren: Julie (Dan), Orion (Deborah), Devd, Sydney, Josh (Michelle), Aaron Porter, Charity (James), Colin-Aaron (Melinda), Tina (Mario), Amanda, Robert Michelle;

Great-grandchildren: Jet, Ada, Max, Zachary, Oliver, a baby boy due September, Landon, Estella, Wyatt, Quinn, Le!ga, Penelope, Abby, Sicellia, Hazel, Jackson, Lyra.

A true humanitarian, Anna Mae, “raised a village,” helping numerous families and Individuals.┬áThis spirit led her to be a co-founder of Lassen Family Services which continues as a prominent social service provider In the community.

Anna Mae was involved in the local Grandparents Empowerment Media a group for grandparents raising their grandchildren.

Anna Mae enjoyed numerous creative pursuits. She was most passionate about dolls, especially designing and crafting their exquisite costumes. She would research to be sure the dolls she dressed were styled to the period of the doll. She was a member of the American Federated Doll Club and active in the local doll club.

She enjoyed the challenge of finding a seriously neglected doll and restoring the doll to its original dignity.

Anna Mae’s spirit of love and care will be missed by all who know her.

Services will be held April 27, 2019, 1:00 pm, at the Assembly of God Church.

 

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