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Susie May Elizabeth (McCOY) ANDERSON

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Susie May Elizabeth (McCOY) ANDERSON
The Hill City Times -- 5 October 2005

Susie May Elizabeth (McCOY) ANDERSON was born November 10, 1907 to Matthias and Dora (GUFFEY) Mccoy at their rural farm home south of Penokee. Susie married Robert (Bob) John ANDERSON , on September 2, 1931 at WaKeeney, Kansas and spent the rest of her life on the Anderson farm homestead north of Morland. She died on September 30, 2005 at the age of 97 years.

Susie was a homemaker and farm wife and took great pride in taking care of her family. She was famous with her family for her homemade starter bread and cinnamon rolls, which she baked every week for over 70 years. Susie was a long-time member of the order of Eastern Star and received her 50-year pin on November 21, 1996. In later years, she was an active member of the Morland quilting group. Susie also loved to tat and crochet and was able to make many handmade items in her lifetime, which she enjoyed sharing with her family members, friends, and church. She was a very active person and enjoyed walking every day at least one mile. Bob and Susie enjoyed many years of bowling with family and friends and were awarded the Presidential Sports Award. She was also well-known in her family for always being the first one out of the house to tend the windmill or to put in a stray cow when they got out.

She is survived by one son, Allan, and his wife, Carol; one brother-in-law, Everett ANDERSON; two granddaughters, Teresa WASINGER and her husband, Don, and Rhonda GODDARD and her husband, John; five great grandsons, James ROY, Rick Austin ROY, Cody ROY, Lucas GODDARD and Cordell GODDARD, as well as many nieces, nephews and friends .

She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert; four sisters; and four brothers.

Funeral services were held on Tuesday, October 4, 2005, at Steinmetz Funeral Home in Hill City. Interment was in South Star Cemetery, rural Graham County.

submitted by Gayle Garrett

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