Bonnie Lea Anderson

Bonnie Lea Anderson, 63, of Crisfield Maryland, departed this life on Friday, August 17, 2012 at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, Maryland.  Born in Salisbury on April 12, 1949, she was the daughter of Hilda James and Robert Anderson.

Bonnie’ s favorite hymn, which she hummed daily was “Come By Here Lord, Come By Here.”  She fought a long and hard battle until God said, “Job well done” and called her home.

In addition to her parents, she leaves to cherish her memories, her daughter Katrina Anderson, a niece she raised, Chardai Ford and three grandchildren Brittney, Kathia and Yancy Scott, all of Silver Spring, Maryland; seven sisters, Betty Johnson-Taylor of Randallstown, Maryland, Peggy Ann Turpin of Hyattsville, Maryland, Margaret Collins-Anderson of Lawrenceville, Georgia, Kay Frances Anderson of Princess Anne, Maryland, Dianne Wilson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Doretha Burrell of New Jersey and Wanda Mumford of Princess Anne; one brother, Robert Keith Anderson of Princess Anne; an uncle, Samuel Anderson of Fruitland, Maryland; nephews, David and Martin Johnson , Charles and Kevin Turpin, Everett, Corey, Baron and Timothy Collins; nieces Nina and Karen Johnson, Karen Siewert, Gay Anne, Tina and Sherry Turpin; and a host of other cousins, nieces and nephews.

A funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, August 25, 2012 at St. Paul A.M.E. Church in Crisfield, Maryland where friends may call two hours prior.  A public viewing will be held Friday, August 24, 2012 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the funeral home in Princess Anne.  Interment will be held at Hopewell U.M.C. Cemetery in Crisfield.

4 Responses to “Bonnie Lea Anderson”

  • LaVerne Johnson:

    My deepest sympathy and condolences to the family. I remember many years ago gowing up with all of you in the area of Crisfield called Hoptown. Those were the days. In later years, Bonnie and I renewed our friendship and Bonnie was indeed a friend. She had a heart of gold. Her passing has left a deep void for me and my son, who Bonnie and Margaret treated as their own. Please know, that those we love are never no more than a thought apart; for as long as there is memory they will live in our hearts. We hope that your wonderful memories of Bonnie will help dimish the grief and loss you may be exepericing at this time as you trust and lean on God for comfort and peace in your time of sorrow.

  • Shenitta Corbin-Smith:

    Katrina,
    I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. May you and your family find peace and comfort in the fond memories you have of Miss Bonnie. I will be praying for you and your family. May God Bless you all.

  • Ernesteen (Teene) Corbin:

    Katrina,
    My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family as you mourn the loss of Mom Bonnie. I will always remember our times we shared with her on 4th street and Hoptown. She was a very dear and special woman. I can hear her now calling you “Trrriiiiinnnna”, (LOL) and we were just in the back yard couldn’t go much further. May God give you and the family comforting arms in your time of sorrow and afterwards.

  • chardai:

    She was always there for me when I needed her. I wish she could just see me now.I am taller smarter and funnier.love is forever and the love we shared will never rest.

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