Georgia May Anderson

Georgia May Anderson was born June 3rd, 1934 and departed this lifeFebruary 27, 2017, at the age of 82 years, 8 months and 24 days at theMaple View Manor Nursing Home in Bainbridge, Ohio.  She was the daughter ofthe late George Russell and Callie Mae Valentine Anderson.

Georgia lived her life in or near Cynthiana, Ohio for many years until shebecame unable to care for herself.  She was cared for by her sister Darleneand her brother-in-law Mike until it was necessary for her to have 24 hourcare, after which she entered the Maple View Manor Nursing Home whichbecame “home” to her until her death.  While there, she was visited oftenby her family, some bringing gifts, candy or flowers.

She leaves to mourn her passing one sister, Darlene Schreck and husbandMike; brother-in-law Elbert Grooms, Jr.; nieces and nephews, great niecesand nephews and many friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters Evelyn Humphries andNaomi Grooms; brothers Keith and Edward Anderson; brother-in-law ClintonHumphries and sister-in-law Mamie Anderson; a nephew Wayland Hamlin; agreat niece Julie Hamlin and a great nephew Brian Hamlin.  What a group ofloved ones waiting in Heaven to welcome her when she arrived!

Georgia became a Christian early in her life and lived faithfully untilthe end.  She was very consistent in prayer and Bible reading and in churchattendance as long as she was able.  Even when she was nearing the end, shespoke of Jesus and said she loved Him.  She was also the janitor of herchurch and took special care to keep it clean and inviting.

Georgia was an industrious person and worked at home and in a factory foryears.  She was a very efficient person who could fix things that neededfixing around the home.  She was a talented seamstress and made beautifulclothes for herself and others.  She could even make beautiful coats andjackets.  She also did cross-stitching and crocheting and made manybeautiful afghans.  She loved to read and in the later years spent manyhours doing so.  She had a quick wit and a sense of humor.  She liked totease and usually had an answer ready for any occasion.  She made a lot offriends by her smile and friendly personality.  She will be missed, notonly by her family, but by her church family and friends.

The family wishes to thank anyone who made things easier in this time ofsorrow: the Smith-Moore-Ebright Funeral Home, Reverend Wayne Kennedy, thestaff at Maple View Manor, Dr. Morgan for her care and concern for Georgiaduring her stay there and to all who have sent flowers and otherexpressions of care.     Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Thursday, March 2, 2017 at the SMITH-MOORE-EBRIGHT Funeral Home, Bainbridge with Rev. Wayne Kennedyofficiating. Burial will follow in the Cynthiana Cemetery. Friends mayvisit with Georgia’s family from 11 until the time of service on Thursdayat the Funeral Home. Those who wish to sign Georgia's online register maydo so at

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