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Rebecca Lee Anderson – October 3, 2021

Friday, October 8th, 2021

Rebecca Lee Anderson

Rebecca’s Story
Her journey began on January 29, 1962 in Susanville, CA. She stopped counting years at age 59. Rebecca Lee Anderson was born to William and Judy Anderson. Rebecca joined her brother William (Bill) Anderson, although we know him best as Buster. They were later blessed with their brother Kevin and sister Candace.

Rebecca was a devoted wife to husband Kevin Fournier and a loving mother to her children Amber, Ashley, Cody Richardson and Cammee Peltier. She was an especially proud grandmother (Nana) to her grandchildren Dakota, Macie and Emma Wattenburg, Baylee Jean Richardson (Love), Lilly and Blake Richardson.

Rebecca has numerous nieces and nephews, Robert Allen Phelps, Kelsey, Kyle, Kaycee, Caitlynn and William Anderson as well as a great nieces, Ireland and Averlynn Phelps and great nephew Karter Korteum. They all just called her Nana.

Rebecca is survived by her mother Judy Anderson, husband Kevin Fournier, brothers Buster and Kevin Anderson, sister Candace Lopez, all her children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Rebecca was kind and welcoming to every person she encountered and never met a stranger. Rebecca was always up for an adventure. She enjoyed shopping, taking her granddaughter Baylee to pageants and all over delivering gifts to Shriners, Hospitals, Fire Departments, Police and Sheriff’s departments as well as anyone who was just in need.

Rebecca kept those around her laughing and had a heart for connecting with others. She will be remembered for her beautiful smile and joyful spirit.

Rebecca was called home on Sunday October 3, 2021. The family would like to invite you to a celebration of Rebecca {Becky’s) life on Saturday October 16, 2021 at 11:00 am at Honey Lake Valley Association (formerly known as the Grange) located at 472-690 Theatre Road, Susanville Ca. It will be a potluck with finger foods and although not expected if you would like to bring a side dish or finger food it would be much appreciated.

In deepest sincerity I want to share some words of wisdom I was taught in the hopes it may be inspiring to you.

“As the tears may fall down your cheeks, just know that I’m in your heart. We are closer than you may think, be it in memories we shared together or when distance separates us. One day we will meet again. Until then I will be by your side even if you can’t feel my grasp.”

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