Thelma L. Anderson

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Mrs. Anderson was one of my first bosses in Central Supply at Baptist. As a young 20 year old, she taught me a lot about work ethic and life in general. After twenty years, I still can remember her laugh and smile. Condolences.

Posted by: Brandi bailey - Maumele, AR - Coworker   Mar 12, 2013

Gary and Family,

Phil and I enjoyed having your Mom for a neighbor in Ellis Acres. She and your Dad were friends of Phil's parents. I've heard several stories of their times together.

Losing our loved ones are very difficult. We have to hang on to our faith and believe we will see them again.

Your family will be in our thoughts in the days and weeks ahead.

Trish & Fran Miller

Posted by: Trish Miller - Little Rock, AR - friend   Feb 25, 2013

Gary, The congregation of Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church extend our condolences to you and your family at this time of grief and sorrow.
Tom Hanson

Posted by: Tom Hanson - Lake Norrell, AR - Neighbor   Feb 23, 2013

Gary, I am very sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a friend and a very great woman, whom I will miss very much! My thoughts are with you.

Posted by: Bill "BUzz" Sharp - Douglasville, GA - Friend   Feb 23, 2013

So sorry Gary, I can still remember the days of growing up at the lake and the fun that was had by us all, an era is ending.

Posted by: Susan and David Hill - Alexander, AR - friend and neighbor   Feb 22, 2013

Gary, we were so sorry to hear of your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Posted by: Sharon Skinner & Rick Brant - Alexander, AR - friends   Feb 22, 2013

Thoughts and prayers are with family at this time. I am sure Thelma has a special role in heaven and has everything well organized and running on time. You will be missed !

Sherry Davis RN

Posted by: Sherry Davis RN - Little Rock, AR - Co worker   Feb 22, 2013

Mrs. Anderson was one of my nursing instructors back in the late 50's and after the initial fear (as a young student) was a joy to know.
I pray comfort for the family she leaves behind.

Posted by: Barbar Fletcher - Little Rock, AR - student   Feb 21, 2013

My memories are from the lake house. The good times we had there! I think that is where I finally learned to water ski. Fishing with never having to touch a worm, checking the prop and playing 31 ( or should I say losing at 31). Thelma was one of a kind...I would never have wanted to be on her bad side.

Very strong women with a big heart.

Posted by: Lori Drobney - Alexander, AR - friend of family   Feb 21, 2013

All of us from "Worren's Salon" will certainly miss Thelma! She was a great client and friend! Now she is with the angels of heaven!

Posted by: Tammy Gatrell - little rock, AR - friend   Feb 21, 2013