Mildred 'Mim' Anderson
Mildred Bertha Anderson "Mim", 90 of Killams Mills and formerly of Petitcodiac passed away Sunday, May 3, 2020 at home.
Born in Berry Mills, she was raised and adopted by her late Grandparents Thomas and Annie Patriquin. In her early working years she was employed with NBTel and retired after 26 years from the former Howatt's Grocery Store. Mim was a member of the St. James United Church, a Life Member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 41, Petitcodiac Auxillary (50 years) and a Life Member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 41, (60 Years). She was a community minded person who was always willing to give of her time. Mim was happiest when she was with her family and she enjoyed a good game of cards, especially crib.
She is missed by her daughters Freda O'Blenis (Vince), Theresa LeBlanc (late Raymond) and Brenda Ryder (Barry); grandchildren Elizabeth (Beth) O'Blenis (Ralph Watson), Leonard LeBlanc (Judy Gallant), Philip Ryder and Tony Ryder; great grandchildren Rebecca McLaughlin, Emalee LeBlanc and Ali LeBlanc; great great grandchildren Isaac McLaughlin and Carter McLaughlin; sister-in-law Etta Anderson and several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband Leonard Anderson ( 2000); sister Myrtle Bannister; brothers Irvin Crossman, Cecil and Alfred Patriquin.
Due to restrictions, a Celebration of her Life will take place at a later date to be announced. A private family graveside interment will take place at Fair Haven Memorial Gardens.
If desired, donations to Friends of the Moncton Hospital or a charity of choice would be appreciated by the family.