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Donna LaVerne (Watson) Anderson

Posted 2019-05-09 by mhenderson
Published in the Daily Miner on May 8, 2019 -
Kingman, Arizona -

Donna LaVerne Watson Anderson, 63, died unexpectedly at her home in
Kingman, Arizona, on Saturday, May 4, 2019.

Donna was born in Phoenix, Arizona on Nov. 13, 1955 to George W. and
Roberta A. Watson. She grew up in Gila Bend and was a long-time
resident of Kingman.

Donna earned her accounting degree in 2003, though she had been a
bookkeeper for many years. Donna was a wonderful mother, grandmother,
daughter, sister and a good friend to many. She would help anyone who
was in need. She cared for her sister during an extended illness and
took care of her invalid mother for years, until her passing. She
could do anything she set her mind to and do it exceptionally well,
including sewing, home remodeling, working on vehicles, building
structures, hunting, fishing, and was a great cook. Her favorite thing
to do was be with family. Donna had a great sense of humor and saw the
upside of life. She met the hardships in life head on. She was the
"go-to" person in her family. Donna was beloved by all who knew her
and will be sorely missed by her family and friends.

She is survived by her children; Christian Blanchard and her husband,
Kevin, Brett Anderson and his wife, Karleen, Danae Sprouse and her
husband, Ryan, siblings; Shari and Warren Watson, her grandchildren;
Kashmeer Varney, Kendall Witte, Hayden Anderson, Andy Anderson, Kyla
Anderson, Corrine Anderson, Tristan Anderson, Sarah Prosser, Amber
Prosser, Harper Sprouse, and great-grandson; Brayson Hardy. She was
preceded in death by her parents and son; Andy E. Anderson.

A celebration of her life will be held at 11 a.m. May 11 at Hampton
Inn, 1791 Sycamore Ave. in Kingman, Arizona.





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