Dorthy Jeanne Welch Anderson

08/01/29 ~ 09/13/2018

AndersonDorthyJeanneCropFairview: Dorthy Jeanne Welch Anderson, 89, a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother graduated from mortality on Thursday, September 13, 2018 surrounded by family at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo, Utah. She was born in Amalga, Utah on August 1, 1929 to Nicholas Eugene Welch and Ruby Adeline Willis. She graduated from Box Elder High School and attained a beautician license from Ex-cel-cis School of Beauty Culture. She attended Brigham Young University where she met her sweetheart, Lowell R. Anderson. They were married on July 18, 1958 in the Logan LDS Temple. This year the couple celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Together they welcomed four children into their home: Kent, Kayln, Wade and Rita.
Jeanne was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She will be remembered as one who loved and served her family, community and the Lord. At the age of 21 she was called to serve in the Canadian Mission. She also served a mission in 2003 with her husband to the Nauvoo Temple. She and Lowell cherish the 27 years they labored together as ordinance workers in the Manti Temple. Jeanne was gifted in organization and leadership skills and faithfully served in all the women auxiliaries of the church, including a calling as the Mt. Pleasant Utah Stake Relief Society president for 10 years.
Jeanne was a meticulous homemaker and kept a beautiful and well maintained home. She was an excellent cook and continued to make homemade bread and bottle fruit throughout her life. The family looked forward to eating the homemade caramels and cookies she made for the holidays. Jeanne enjoyed shopping, traveling the world and was an enthusiastic BYU fan. She was proud of her pioneer heritage and in past years was active in the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers.
Jeanne is survived by her husband, Lowell R. Anderson; four children, Kent
(Tammy) Anderson, Kayln (Kenneth) Bench, Wade (Jan) Anderson and Rita
(Kevin) Poulson. 17 grandchildren; 24 great grandchildren; and one brother, Nicholas Welch. She is preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Thora Dickamore and Alta Richards.
Funeral services will be held at 11 am on Friday, September 21, 2018 at the Fairview Second Ward rock Church (100 N.131 E) in Fairview. Viewings will be on Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 6 to 8 pm at the Rasmussen Mortuary, 96 North 100 West, Mt. Pleasant and on Friday, September 21, 2018 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the church prior to the funeral service. Interment in the Fairview City Cemetery. Online condolence at rasmussenmortuary.com

5 Responses to “Dorthy Jeanne Welch Anderson”

  1. David and Shannon Nuttall says:

    Our deepest condolences to your family. May the Lord bless and comfort you.

  2. Vernon & Sandra Swasey says:

    Jeanne was a wonderful example. Our condolences to Lowell and the family. We cherish the years we served together in the Manti Temple. May you find comfort in the gospel of Jesus Christ during this time.

  3. Connie Ames says:

    I send my love and sympathy to Jeanne’s family. I admired and loved her for her kindness, her faith, her organization and hard work during the years I worked with her in Relief Society. She was a dear friend and great example to me. I am sure that she has received an A+ from our Heavenly Father for her service to everyone throughout her life. I am so sorry that I am out of town and unable to attend her funeral. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all today.

  4. Max Pugmire says:

    I know exactly what you are going through. I hope your day will be a celebration of a magnificent life. Thankfully we know the end from the beginning. Much love and appreciation. M. LaMonte Pugmire, Fairview, UT

  5. Lynn & Angie Daley says:

    We wish to send our deepest sympathies to the Anderson family. The loss of a mother, such as her, is great, but take comfort in knowing that she is not far away and you will see her again. Remember all the good things about her and it will help you to have peace.

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