The beloved Doris Jane Anderson passed away peacefully in her sleep on October 14, 2022 at the astounding age of 94. She shared her childhood with her younger sister Barbara. Barbara and Doris became accomplished seamstresses thanks to their mother’s guidance and attention to detail. She was a true master of her craft. At the time, one of her most popular past-time activities was going to the roller rink. There she met a handsome young Marine named Patrick Anderson who had just completed her service in 1946. After a year of courtship, they married her in April 1947. Patrick and Doris raised a family of her three children, Patrick Stephen, Jr., Janet Lynn, Carol and her Susan. As the head of the family, Doris ensures that her children’s lives are enriched with all forms of extracurricular activities, from church to sports, (especially baseball), her boy/girl scouts, her piano playing, her school of dance, and more. I made it A few. She and Pat were keen to profess the importance of moral, spiritual, and academic excellence in life. It was the driving force. In 1963, Patrick and Doris made one of the most monumental decisions of her life up to that point, the decision to start her own business. With the help and sacrifice of the entire family, they started Anderson Painting Her Company, which continues to thrive today, 59 years later. Doris was very pleased to have lived her wonderful life, surrounded by her family and her many friends as a result of her 94 years of blissful living in her hometown. She is survived by her son Dr. Patrick Anderson (Carol), her daughters Janet Anderson Todd and Carol Jackson (Doug). She was blessed with her six grandchildren: Jason Anderson (Kimberly), Jared Anderson (Kathleen), Jessica Her Todd, Keira Jackson, John Jackson and Erin Julie (Adam). The decoration of the cake was that she was able to spend time with her three beautiful great-grandchildren, Flynn her Patrick Anderson, Avalose her Anderson and Nicholas Julie. Doris Jane Anderson will forever be remembered for her great sense of style, grace and elegance, and like the cottonwood trees along the banks of Lillito where she grew up, the Anderson family roots run deep and strong. Finally, we would like to thank Cindy Gonzalez, Doris’ devoted caregiver and dear friend. A celebration is held at a later date to celebrate Doris’s life.