Mary (Musante) Anderson

Born: Wed., Jan. 7, 1948
Died: Fri., Nov. 13, 2020


Visitation

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Thu., Nov. 19, 2020
Location: Peterson-Blick Funeral Home, Inc.


Funeral Service

1:00 PM Thu., Nov. 19, 2020
Location: Peterson-Blick Funeral Home, Inc.


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Mary M. Anderson, 72, of Warren, PA, passed away on Friday, November 13, 2020. Mary was born January 7, 1948, in Warren, PA, the daughter of the late Joseph and Hazel Hansen Musante. She was a 1965 graduate of Warren Area High School and was employed with Bell Telephone, and the in sales at Segel and Sons, from which she retired. Mary enjoyed traveling worldwide having been to several countries. She enjoyed caring for her home, needlework, and making blankets for the Salvation Army. She is survived by two children, Rose Anderson of Warren, and Michael Anderson and wife Carrie Wells, of Warren; four sisters, Beverly McElwain of NC, Rosemarie Cobb of Lakewood, NY, Patricia McAbee of Clearwater, FL, and JoAnn Sprickman of Erie, PA; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Mary was preceded in death on February 28, 2015, by her husband, William C. Anderson, whom she married on November 11, 1971; a sister, Laurie Pasternak; two brothers, David Musante, and Joseph Musante, and two infant brothers, Anthony and Joseph Musante II. Friends will be received at the Peterson-Blick Funeral Home, Inc., 1003 Penna. Ave. East, Warren, on Thursday, November 19, from 11 am until 1 pm, at which time a funeral service will be held, Rev. Marcus Briggs, officiating. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Warren Public Library, 205 Market Street, Warren, Hospice of Warren County, One Main Ave., Warren, PA, 16365 or the Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network, 425 W. 18th Street, Erie, PA 16502. Those wishing to send online condolences may do so by visiting www.petersonblickfuneralhome.com

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Jean C Henry
   Posted Mon November 16, 2020
I was so surprised to hear about Mary this morning. She was such a loving, outgoing, friendly, kind person. She was an inspiration to my becoming involved in genealogy. She was so good at keeping the family together. My sympathy goes out to her loving sisters. Jean Henry

Sally Eaton
   Posted Tue November 17, 2020
Mary, my WAHS 1965 classmate and pal, I will miss you so much! Your spirit and sense of humor will always live in my memory. Thanks for your awesome contributions to Indivisible Warren PA - and for all the many other gifts of time, energy, and caring you made to our home town. May your light shine as brightly and bravely in Heaven as it has on Earth!

Valerie King
   Posted Tue November 17, 2020
JoAnn and Family, Our deepest sympathy on the passing of your sister. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Robert Norton
   Posted Wed November 18, 2020

Loving Thoughts Fireside Basket was sent by Melanie, Tracy, Kira and Bob.

With loving memory from Melanie, Tracy, Kira and Bob Norton


Bob Norton
   Posted Wed November 18, 2020
Mary became my sister-in-law 48 years ago and I always enjoyed her company. We had a lot good times together over the years at family gatherings. I will miss her friendship and amazing energy to accomplish everything she decided to do. Mary and I talked of her coming to visit with us for a week of two here in New Hampshire next summer and doing some day trips including taking the cog railway to the top of Mount Washington. Sadly I will do that without Mary but in her memory.

Pat McAbee
   Posted Wed November 18, 2020
I loved my sister Mary, we were the best of friends. She was more than just a sister to me, she was an inspiration. My deepest regret as I write these words of adoration is that I am not able to be there with my family for Mary's funeral because of the Coronavirus, as I was a stroke victim in 2007.

Mary flew down to be at my side along with my other sister after my stroke. But that was our Mary, my friend, ever willing to help someone in need. She had a wonderful and loving heart for people. We see this in how she cared for her husband Bill and her children, Michael and Rose. What I will remember most about my sister is that she let me tag along with her in our many adventures when we were but teenagers.

One of my most loving memories is when my sisters and I would sing together, the "family harmony" was not only a blending of harmony notes, but of human hearts. I can now see Mary blending her voice with the Heavenly Choir, to whom she now belongs.

Mary, my dear sister and friend. I thank you for all the beautiful memories that I have in my heart of you, now and forever.

We were not only sisters, but friends, and friends never say goodbye...but so long for now.

Your sister,
Pat

Beverly sandeen White
   Posted Thu November 19, 2020
Just heard about my dear friend Mary death. We attended St Joes together. I will miss our talks. So sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family.

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