Mary F. Sanderson

Mary F. Sanderson, on Nov. 4, 2022. Beloved wife of Kenneth J. Sanderson, devoted mother of Julien A. (Alyssa Bonilla) Sperduto, Paige A. (Brian) Bump, Mitchell A. (Kathryn) Sanderson, Jamey A. Sweeney; also survived by 2 grandchildren.

Mary was a wife, daughter, mother, grandmother, and friend. She had a gift for serving others. Mary was a proud Army veteran that spent time overseas in Panama and the Republic of Korea. She continued her service to others in her next career working as a Registered Nurse at Comanche County Memorial Hospital where she cared for the elderly that were affected with disabilities.

Mary was an avid animal lover. She adopted her last two pets, Jack and Candy, from the Hawaiian Humane Society. She had a love for hummingbirds and her plants as well as pineapples because it reminded her of her husband’s pineapple shaped head.

Mary loved and cared for her family deeply and always told you how it was with no filter. Her favorite person in the whole world was her grandson Maximus, always.

The family will be having a private viewing.

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