Mike Hanneman wrote on February 26, 2018
Deepest sympathy to the entire Anderson family.
Judy(Borski)Janz wrote on February 24, 2018
I would like to extend my heartfelt condolences to all of you. My family moved next door to Eugene and Liz when I was in first grade. My memories of shucking fresh peas from the garden,to herding heifers from one pasture to the next, playing Red Light Green Light in her front yard with her children to sledding down the big hill in the woods, these are memories she help build for me and my siblings. Thank You for that,Liz. Sincerely,Judy Janz
Karen Fenner Palmer wrote on February 23, 2018
So very sorry to hear about Liz's passing. We all grew up together in Winchester and Grace Lutheran Church. My parents bought Weggo's gas station and building next door by June Thompson. My folks turned the store into a liquor store and ran the gas station. Judy was a very good friend to my sister Debbie Fenner. She and Eugene are now together in God's loving care. Sincere sympathy.
John/Janet Kunde wrote on February 22, 2018
"When Someone you Love becomes Memory, that Memory becomes a Treasure" Our thoughts and prayers to the family!
Sue & Andy Anderson wrote on February 20, 2018
So sorry for your loss
Carol ad Don Reichert and sons wrote on February 20, 2018
Liz (and Eugene had been our friends since 1972. She was a loving, smart, and VERY talented lady. But more important he was a good Christian and great friend. Liz was part of our Rachel Circle for MANY years and we all will miss her greatly. Our sincere condolences to the Anderson family
Tobe and Arlene Kent wrote on February 20, 2018
This wonderful, thoughtful lady was our neighbor for many years. We know she took great pride in her family. During her visits with us on Short Road we were updated on the lives of her family and what the squirrels were up to in her yard. Liz made the best cookies and caramel corn, sharing with our family at Halloween time and for no special occasion at all! Liz loved nature and enjoyed walking our country roads from time to time. We believe she enjoyed her life to the fullest and would not have changed one thing. She is in Gods loving arms and at peace. God bless you Liz and blessings to your entire family always!
Leah (Kent) Corrigan wrote on February 20, 2018
So sorry for your loss!