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Annelore H. Anderson

Annelore H. Anderson, 69, of Cedar Falls, died Wednesday, December 17, 2003, at Windsor Nursing and Rehab Center of cancer.

She was born September 27, 1939, in Petersgmuend, Germany, daughter of Wilhelm Sauer and Gertrude Puehl. She married Lunie Jean Anderson in May 1955, in Germany. He died in 1960.

Mrs. Anderson was employed for thirty-eight years in the library at the University of Northern Iowa.

Survivors include: two sons, Richard of Cedar Falls and Robert of Phoenix, Arizona; and two grandchildren.

Memorial services: 11 a.m. Monday at First Baptist Church, with inurnment at a later date in Fairview Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Richardson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Memorials: may be directed to the family or the church.

Copyright Waterloo Courier, December 21, 2003, Page B4.

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