Mrs. Lucille Anson Anderson, affectionately known as “Lucy Mae” was born on July 30, 1949, in Greenwood, Mississippi to Jesse & Bertha Collins, which both preceded her in death. A brother Clasper McGee of Atlanta, Ga. & Sister her sister Mary Brown of St Louis, Mo. also preceded her in death.
She was married to Mr. John L Anderson, who also proceeded her in death. From this union a beautiful handsome son was born, Cedric Anson is better known as her “Sonny”!
Lucy Mae attended and graduated from Penn Valley Community College. Lucille was employed with the Government sector of USDA for over 30+ years, where she retired from. She lived and worked in the Kansas City area where she was a faithful member of Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church. Once retirement was upon Lucy, she moved south to Avon Park Florida, where she joined New Mt Olive AME Church serving as the treasurer up until the faithful end.
Mrs. Lucy was a wonderful cook, mother, friend, and pillar of the community. She enjoyed gardening, traveling, supporting her church. Crossword puzzles kept her on her toes. She was a beloved fan of the Kansas City Chiefs. Her & best friend Lorene Watkins was always on a mission that included joy and laughter. Most of all, Lucy Mae loved her one & only son Cedric. She always had a special glow to her and the biggest smile.
She leaves to mourn her only son, Cedric Anson of Kansas City, Missouri. Hattie Noldan, Genevieve Davis & Claude McGee all from St Louis, Missouri. Loving brother Bud McGee of Greenwood, Ms. Helen L Parks, Willie Williams.
Her Six- grandchildren-Cedric Anson,Jr-(Casey Western) of Arizona, Rhonnesha & Jerrill Green, Salena, Ciara & Duke Anson-(Rhonda Goff) of Kansas City. 3 Great grandkids Liana Anson, Ryelin Green, and Jewel McCoy, and a host of family and friends.
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