Beryl Anderson, age 89, of East Bethel died September 13, 2014 at Meadows on Fairview in Wyoming. The funeral service will be at 11 A.M. on Wednesday, September 17th at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in East Bethel with visitation 1 hour before the service. There will also be a visitation on Tuesday, September 16th from 4 – 8 P.M. AT THE CHURCH.
Beryl Ann Anderson was born February 20, 1925 in Johnsonville Township to Henry and Frieda Radtke. Beryl began her nursing career at Eitel Hospital, class of 1946, and ended her career as school nurse at St. Francis High School. Together, with her husband, she farmed their entire married life and became a masterful farm cook. Beryl was proud of her country, proud of her church and proud of her family.
Beryl passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on September 13, 2014 at the age of 89 years, 6 months and 24 days. She was preceded in death by parents, Henry and Frieda Radtke and brothers, Orville and Melvin.
She is survived by her husband of nearly 65 years, Roy; sons, Joseph Peter (Annette) and Charles (Pamela); grandchildren, Nicole, Emily and Evan; step grandchild, Jacob Dunn (Jennifer); step great-grandchildren, Robert and David; sister, Leila Wurr; sister-in-law, Irene Anderson; nieces and nephews and a multitude of friends.
The family would like to pay special thanks to the caring and dedicated staff at Meadows on Fairview in Wyoming.
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ARCHIE & JO-ANN WYATT says
Just want you to know you are in our prayers for strength and peace. Beryl has always been such a good friend. We have so many good memories of the joyful times we have spent with your family. Remember the time a kitten rode on the frame of the car all the way to Lake Winnie? I felt sorry for Beryl when she fell in the swimming pool with all her clothes on. ..Don’ really know what happened.. She thought Nub pushed her but he said she tripped. Nub wouldn’t do anything like that. I remember one Christmas Eve dinner got a little late because Roy had to stay home to help a calf be born. Yes, so many memories of everyday living and enjoying the friendships God has given us.