Kathryn Ann (Twitchell) Anderson, 81
Kathryn passed on June 14th, 2020 and was born on April 18, 1939 in Spokane, WA.
Kathryn had two brothers, Jerry and Thomas Twitchell, who proceeded her in passing.
Kathryn married Adam M. Anderson in August 1963 and they were happily married until his passing in 2003.
In 1964, Adam and Kathryn had a son, John A. Anderson. The couple resided most of their married life in Post falls, Idaho where they raised John, directly across the street from loving grandparents. Kathryn worked in the travel and automotive industry and as a bookkeeper for various local manufacturing companies.
She was proud of the fact that she volunteered for the Women’s Center during its formation as a domestic violence prevention agency (now Safe Passage). Kathryn loved antiquing and had a collection of vintage teacups and depression glass. Kathryn was a member of the LDS church, and participated in the Post Falls ward until she moved to Bristol Heights Assisted Living for the last 3 years and became part of the Coeur d’Alene ward. Kathryn made many friends among the staff and residents at Bristol Heights.
Kathryn was preceded in death by her parents, Frank Andrew Twitchell and Helen Louise (Bieberdorf) Twitchell
Kathryn is survived by her son, John A. Anderson, and her grandson, Jeremy A. Anderson.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions a service will be planned for her internment next to her beloved husband in the near future.
Funeral arrangements will be handled by Bell Tower Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation to North Idaho Hospice, whether it be monetary, or a donation to the Hospice Thrift Store, one of her favorite places to shop…
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