Sharon
Anderson, Sharon Marie Born February 20, 1945 in Hawthorne, CA; died July 19, 2005 of complications from lung cancer in Torrance, CA. She graduated from Narbonne High School and was raised in Palos Verdes Estates. Her career spanned from steelworking to school cafeteria worker. Sharon's passion was her family. She loved the outdoors and family camping trips in the Sierra Mountains. She enjoyed the serenity of her water gardens and plants. She is survived by her parents, Glen & Velma Lehigh; Sons Danny Westall & Eddie Anderson; Brother, Terry Lehigh; Grandchildren Andrew, Kylie & Dylan; Daughter-in-law Lori Anderson; Nephews Mike & Steven Lehigh; Sister-in-law Rita Lehigh; and beloved dog "Baby". The memorial service will be held at 2pm on July 25th at White & Day Colonial Mortuary in Redondo Beach. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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  1. My deep condolences to the family of Sharon Anderson. She was part of our YMCA watercize class, along with her son, Danny. She was always a cheerful presence and I always looked forward to seeing her and Danny there. I hope Danny is able to continue with the class because we care about him very much. We will miss her but will remember her in our hearts.

  2. we have been neighbors of Sharons for 22 yrs she was always considerate and kind,when our family was having problems she was caring and non judgemental We know she is amoung the angels we will miss her deeply. Stan and Diane Throgmorton.

  3. I enjoyed the friendship of Sharon and Danny for the year we did the water aerobics. I emailed Sharon at Christmas to catch up on the news of my move to WA and was totally shocked to hear the sad news. I send my love to Danny and hope he gets on with his bonsai classes and swimming and that the Lord will give him peace to go on without his mum. Condolences to the family who will miss her sunny smile so much. Doloures Marnoni.

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