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God has received another singer in His Celestial Choir. I will miss you, but know we will meet again. I know family was there to greet you, and Praise God, you are now at peace. I feel blessed to have been able to know you,and
My prayers go to you and your family
Myron Coston Jr
My prayers are with you Mary and your family. May your mother rest in peace.
Terry and Patti McCain
Marti and I .met while In High School FBHS. She was from Michigan I from. Florida. When we first .et in school it was not love at first sight, but Marti was a quiet person me jabber mouth. But we got to be really close later on. We really became best friends when the men we married were best friends themselves. We both had children loss babies but had more Thank the Good Lord. Then I remarred and Marti remarried and life went on. I moved away and moved around the country. , but still Fernandina was my home and I always came back home to see my Parents and my Best Friend. And the kids and I and even Terry stayed with .MArti and BILLY and their children which I Loved. Later in years after things changed I did not get to come as often, but we tied on the phone alot. Marti is and was the most loving generous Beautiful and closeness Friend I will ever know and have. I wi and forever Love you my Dear Beautiful loving Friend , and yes Mama I will see you soon. I Love you Marti now and Forever. Your Best Friend, Patti and Terry.
Martha Virginia Anderson
Martha Virginia Anderson, 69, of Bloomingdale, GA passed away at her home, Saturday, April 16, 2022 surrounded by her family.
Born in Gastonia, NC she was a daughter of the late Silas Alton and Helen Virgina Snavely Moore. Prior to moving to Bloomingdale in 2018 she had made her home in Yulee for many years.
She was a woman of God and a homemaker. While she did enjoy the outdoors and volunteered at Ft. Clinch, she will always be remembered as the ideal homemaker. She was a good cook and baker but above all else she was caregiver. She could make friends feel like family and so many she touched they knew she loved them. She loved her family without reservation and they all knew how much she cared for them.
Mrs. Anderson was also a self-taught musician. She loved playing the guitar and singing. With her lovely voice she would sing a variety of songs, from front porch songs to gospel songs in church she loved music. She was a writer, a poet and a very good storyteller. She also loved the outdoors and enjoyed hiking. Her love of outdoors led her to spend time working and volunteering at Ft. Clinch.
In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, George William Anderson in 2014 and two sons John Thomas Anderson in 1972 and Donald Graham Anderson in 2017.
She leaves behind her daughters, Mary Leigh Andrews of Bloomingdale, GA, Jolene (Gary) Woods of Yulee, Becky (Brian) Stoner of Bloomingdale, GA and Brenda Ciopryna of Jacksonville; her brother, John Moore of Inman, SC; her sister in law, Barbara Moore of Jacksonville; her grandchildren, Taylor, Tristan, Skye, April, Dustin, Martha, Abby, Paige, Izzy, Charlee, Austin, Josh, Jacob, Emily, Autumn, Jasmine, Bryson, Blaine, Gary, Jr., Annabelle and Nick; her great grandchildren, Brantlee, Brayleigh, Alayna, Bentleigh, Carson, Remy and Gracelynn as well as a number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for Mrs. Anderson will be held Friday, April 22, 2022 in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors at 11:00 AM with Pastor Frank Camarotti officiating. The family will receive friends beginning at 10:00 AM.
She will be laid to rest with her husband and sons at Bosque Bello Cemetery.