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Sheila Jean Anderson


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Sheila was born in Erie, PA on June 6, 1947, to Leonard and Rita Mattson. She was a U.S. Navy veteran and had a long career with the U.S. Postal Service, retiring after 27 years of service. The most important thing to Sheila was her family. She passed away at her home in San Tan Valley, AZ, with her husband, children, and brothers at her side.

Sheila is survived by her loving husband of 50 years, Carroll; son, Jeffery Anderson; daughters, Jeanne Anderson and Jennifer Reasor (Brian); sister-in-law, Donna Miiles (Giff Shanstrom); brother-in-law, Terry Anderson (Midge); six grandchildren, Haley, Devin, and Brooklyn Reasor, Matthew, Marisa and Nathan Anderson; brothers, Paul Mattson (Linda) and Gerald John Mattson (Mary); as well as many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her father, Leonard Mattson; mother, Rita (Causgrove) Mattson; brothers, Leonard Mattson, Jr., Ron Mattson and Thomas Mattson; and daughter, Tera L. Anderson.

San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home in Queen Creek, AZ is handling the arrangements. There are no services planned at this time. Family would welcome donations to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation in Sheila’s name.

 

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  1. QEP says:

    CARRROLL AND FAMILY sorry to hear of your loss my prayers are with you

  2. Tommie Best says:

    Carroll and Family,
    I am so sorry to hear of Sheila’s passing it so hard to lose a loved one anytime whether it is suddenly or one that you knew was coming eventually. May you know that Connie and I will be saying a prayer for you and your family and also for Sheila. She is in Gods hands now and a better place with no suffering.It was so good to see both of you at the Fairfield get together a couple of years ago it had been years since I had seen you both.Hopefully we will see each other again one day.
    Take Care Old Friend and know people back here are thinking you at this time.
    Tom and Connie Best

  3. Denise (Mattson) Boshers and Family says:

    Our hearts are with the Anderson family at this very difficult time. We love you all dearly and know that Aunt Sheila is the most beautiful angel of them all.

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Sheila Jean Anderson


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Sheila was born in Erie, PA on June 6, 1947, to Leonard and Rita Mattson. She was a U.S. Navy veteran and had a long career with the U.S. Postal Service, retiring after 27 years of service. The most important thing to Sheila was her family. She passed away at her home in San Tan Valley, AZ, with her husband, children, and brothers at her side.

Sheila is survived by her loving husband of 50 years, Carroll; son, Jeffery Anderson; daughters, Jeanne Anderson and Jennifer Reasor (Brian); sister-in-law, Donna Miiles (Giff Shanstrom); brother-in-law, Terry Anderson (Midge); six grandchildren, Haley, Devin, and Brooklyn Reasor, Matthew, Marisa and Nathan Anderson; brothers, Paul Mattson (Linda) and Gerald John Mattson (Mary); as well as many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her father, Leonard Mattson; mother, Rita (Causgrove) Mattson; brothers, Leonard Mattson, Jr., Ron Mattson and Thomas Mattson; and daughter, Tera L. Anderson.

San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home in Queen Creek, AZ is handling the arrangements. There are no services planned at this time. Family would welcome donations to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation in Sheila’s name.

 

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3 responses to “Sheila Jean Anderson”

  1. QEP says:

    CARRROLL AND FAMILY sorry to hear of your loss my prayers are with you

  2. Tommie Best says:

    Carroll and Family,
    I am so sorry to hear of Sheila’s passing it so hard to lose a loved one anytime whether it is suddenly or one that you knew was coming eventually. May you know that Connie and I will be saying a prayer for you and your family and also for Sheila. She is in Gods hands now and a better place with no suffering.It was so good to see both of you at the Fairfield get together a couple of years ago it had been years since I had seen you both.Hopefully we will see each other again one day.
    Take Care Old Friend and know people back here are thinking you at this time.
    Tom and Connie Best

  3. Denise (Mattson) Boshers and Family says:

    Our hearts are with the Anderson family at this very difficult time. We love you all dearly and know that Aunt Sheila is the most beautiful angel of them all.

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