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Jessie Anderson

January 29, 1932 - October 11, 2020

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Jessie Irene Anderson (nee Carlow)

Jessie passed away at home Sunday Morning to be with her Lord & Saviour. She was descendant of the Carlow and Charters Families, who were pioneers of Sooke, one of 7 children born to Stanley and Nellie Carlow of Sooke. Predeceased by her parents, brothers Stanley, Wesley, Robert, her sister Dorthea , and her husband of 57 years David Anderson.

Mom and Dad met while she was working at “Gibson’s Grocery Store” in Sooke, Dad was a Scout Leader at Camp Barnard and came to the store to pick up groceries and supplies for the Camp. They were married at Knox Presbyterian Church in Sooke October 13, 1951. As a wife of an Air Force Member Jessie lived in Ottawa, Germany and Vancouver. After David retired from the Forces they settled on the Anderson Family Farm on West Saanich Rd. where she was active at the Sluggett Memorial Baptist Church and the Womens Institute. In 1974 they moved to Cowichan Station where they continued to farm raising sheep, beef and poultry. She continued her activities in the Cobble Hill Baptist Church, the local Womens Institute and Farmers Institutes. Latterly becoming a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Duncan.

She is lovingly remembered by her brothers George Carlow of Kitimat and Harold (Phyllis) Carlow of Cassidy B.C. and by her 4 children and their families Cathy Gibson (Mark), Rennie (MaryAnn) Anderson , Nancy Cline and Dawna Fraser (Nigel). Grandchildren Liz, David, Sara, Jennifer, Valerie and Caroline and 12 Great Grandchildren. Many nieces and nephews and their
families in B.C., Alberta and in the USA. Thanks go out to Annette, Bev, Kaitland, Tara and Mary Ann for the special care and
compassion they gave Mom the last few years, it was greatly appreciated by Jessie and the family. Thanks also to Drs. Pullan and Thompson.

A Memorial Service will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church by invitation only.

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From: Don Anderson
Relation: Family Friend

So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing, I will always fondly remember all the years that we lived near the Anderson family on West Saanich Rd. Working with David and Rena at the Texaco gas Station, going to school with Nancy and Donna, plus all the many hours of hard work that Cathy put in around the farm to make sure we all had our milk and eggs. Your Mom and Dad were truly an inspiration in my life growing up. A life well lived in the service of her family, the wider community and the Lord

From: Ulla and Michael Williams
Relation: Friend, neighbour - since the 80's

A lovely lady has left us. Both Jessie and David were huge supporters of the 4H Community in addition to her major contribution as secretary and entry coordinator for years at the Cobble Hill Fair. They both attended our club awards banquet and after David passed she and Margaret Baird continued joining us. Always with a smile – she will be missed. We send our heartfelt condolences to the family.

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