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We are thinking of you at this time and have very fond memorize of our vacations at the cape shared by your family we still have sample of Phyllis handy work - beautiful afghans

Posted by: Jo and linda Normandeau - Concord, NH - Friend   Jan 19, 2018

Anderson family,
My sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. May you find comfort knowing that those who die, God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes. - Psalm 116:15

Posted by: - MA   Jan 19, 2018

To the Anderson family, So sorry to hear about Mrs Anderson's . She has always held a spot in my heart all these years.

Posted by: Alan Brown - Belchertown, MA   Jan 14, 2018

Our prayers and thoughts are with the family she will be remembered as a long time family friend

Posted by: Diane Santaniello - Ludlow, MA - Family Friend   Jan 14, 2018

I so enjoyed the face book post of dinners out...and wine. Will miss these a long ago neighbor from Pine St....hugs to all

Posted by: Martha Gracia - Raynham, MA   Jan 13, 2018

So sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. Our deepest condolences to all of you.
David & Linda Anteski

Posted by: A friend   Jan 12, 2018

Dear Family of Phyllis,
I want to tell you that I am sorry for your loss. Phyllis was in many ways "larger than life." I remember her quickness to laughter (or at least chuckle) and her kindly ways. More than that, I treasure the relationships I enjoyed with her grown children and adorable grandchildren when I spent a year among you at Holy Trinity about 24 years ago. She definitely loved her family! And her times at the Cape with her

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Posted by: Terrie Sternberg - Pulaski, VA - Friend   Jan 12, 2018

So sorry for your loss

Posted by: Karen Emery - South Easton, MA - Friend   Jan 11, 2018

Thoughts and prayers are with the Anderson family.Wishing you comfort an solace from family ,friends and loved ones.

Posted by: Pat & Jeff Bassett - south Easton, MA - Neighbor   Jan 11, 2018

So Much to say to this family who meant so much to all of us Urquhart's. Phyllis and Freddy where our backbones growing up. Always there for us, especially once our father passed, when ever we needed them they were there. Many of their children watched over us when are mother needed to work. I will always remember visiting there home and watching the fish in the giant fish tank. The days at the Lutheran church, our parents bowling, Freddy

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Posted by: Jeanne (Urquhart) Clark - Brockton, MA   Jan 11, 2018