Elizabeth J (Clapp) Anderson

Born: Tue., Dec. 27, 1938
Died: Mon., Dec. 17, 2018


Visitation

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Thu., Dec. 27, 2018
Location: Mitchell Funeral Home


Memorial Service

11:30 AM Sat., Dec. 29, 2018
Location: Westhampton congregational Church


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 Elizabeth J. Anderson, 79, of Westhampton, passed away in Northampton, Monday, December 17th, 2018. Born December 27, 1938 in Northampton, MA, She was the daughter of Ella (Judd) Clapp, and Irving Clapp.

Elizabeth went to Northampton Public Schools, graduating in 1956. She met her beloved Husband Garry when he was stationed at Westover Air Force Base. They were married April 19th, 1958.

Liz enjoyed volunteering her time and had many hobbies including sewing, crafting, and collecting antique irons.

Elizabeth was a life long member of the Westhampton Congregational Church

Liz was a 4-H leader and worked on several committees in Westhampton including Woman's Club, Counsel on Aging, Cemetery Committee, and Triad Safety Council.

Elizabeth leaves behind Her son, Craig Anderson, his Wife, Renea, and their son John Lobudek. Her daughter, Karen (Anderson) Croisetiere, and her children, Allison and Justin Croisetiere, she is also an Honorary Grandparent to Leona Hand.

She leaves her Siblings, Christine and her husband  George  Guyette, Joanne and husband Stillman Brooks, John and wife Dee Clapp, and Lorraine and her husband Kevin O'Keefe. She is joyously reunited with her Sister, Miriam Clapp who previously passed.

Calling hours to be held at Mitchell's Funeral Home, 15 Park street, Easthampton, Thursday evening December 27th 2018 4-7., Services to be held at Westhampton Congregational Church, at 11:30 am on Saturday December 29th, In lieu of flowers, donations in Elizabeth's name to Westhampton Congregational Church, general fund, 1Tob Hill Road, Westhampton, MA, 01027. Alternatively The Alzheimers Association, Western MA Regional Office, 264 Cottage street, Springfield, MA 01104 www.mitchellcofuneralhome.com

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Craig Judd
   Posted Fri December 21, 2018
To the entire family, our thoughts and prayers go out to you in this time of grief.

Brian Burhoe
   Posted Thu December 27, 2018
I knew Liz and Garry Anderson for many years. Their love for each other was a wonderful thing to see and they shared a special bond. Garry's death a few years ago was extremely difficult for Liz and she never really fully recovered from losing the love of her life. Despite this loss, she still maintained a dignity and gentleness toward others. With her subtle sense of humor and the loving support of her family, especially her son Craig and daughter Karen, she managed to carry on until this final illness overtook her. She was a true lady in the finest sense of the word and I will miss my friend.

With regret,

Brian Burhoe

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