Florence Anderson Obituary, Death- The 28th of March, 2023 was the day when Florence Marguerite Anderson passed away while she was at her house in Battle Mountain, Nevada. The 9th of December, 1939 found her entering the world in Jackson, California as Bert and Vera Contini’s firstborn child and daughter. Florence was one of a total of six children that her parents, Bert and Vera, were able to successfully conceive and give birth to.
In addition to being the mother of 11 children, the grandmother of more than 32 grandkids, and the great-grandmother of 25 great-grandchildren, she was also an aunt to a sizable number of nieces and nephews. She had a big number of great-grandchildren.
For the course of more than half of her life, she called Sonora, California, home. During her time there, she was an active participant in the Native Daughters of the Golden West organization. Also, it was in Sonora when she met and wed the man who would become her husband, Howard L. Anderson Sr.
She finished her long life in Battle Mountain, Nevada, where she had been a resident for the prior 15 years before passing away there. Gardening and embroidery were two of Florence’s favorite hobbies, and she also enjoyed outdoor pursuits like hunting and fishing.
Only her husband, Howard L. Anderson Sr., will remember her. He was the only person she ever married. Her children are Cliff Anderson, Howard Anderson Jr., Suzanne Townsend, Anna Marie Anderson, Jerry Anderson, Phillip Townsend, Vera Utley, Phyllis Wilson, and Alan Haegely. Her grandchildren are Jerry Anderson and Phillip Townsend. Jerry Anderson and Philip Townsend are two of the other children in the family.
She has a huge number of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews whom she doted on throughout her life. She has also left behind a significant number of nieces and nephews. She was removed from this world by her children, John Sidney Townsend and Donna Lee Anderson, as well as by her parents, Vera and Bert Contini, who raised her together with her one sister and four brothers. Her parents also took her from this world. The family of Florence would like to extend their appreciation to Dr. Genadi Maltinski, Genesis Home Health and Hospice, and the rest of the staff at Battle Mountain General Hospital for their care and assistance during Florence’s illness.