Anita Lea Vosburgh

October 19, 1952 - December 28, 2017

Anita Lea Vosburgh

October 19, 1952 - December 28, 2017


Anita Lea Vosburgh, age 65, passed away on December 28, 2017. She was a school teacher for 30+ years and loved her students immensely.

She was preceded in death by her parents Neil and Lucille Vosburgh. She is survived by sister Sandra White of Enumclaw, brother Neil Vosburgh of Puyallup, and half-brothers John Vosburgh of Wisconsin and Larry Miller of West Virginia.

“Do not stand at my grave and weep. I am not there. I do not sleep. I am in Heaven watching over my family and friends.”

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3 responses to Anita Lea Vosburgh

  1. Anita is our favorite aunt to Theresa L. & Sandra R. and she was a great help on helping us to learn how to write and to do things in the book and she is also a favorite person to have as a learning teacher for us and to Anita is her two nieces and we also got somethings for Christmas when we were little that was from her and we also got things for our B-Day that was from her too and that was very nice of her to get somethings for us.Anita had a lot of nieces and nephews and she also taught two of her nieces a lot of stuff and learning how to write and learn how to tie shoes and we also loved her very much and she was a very nice and lovely aunt to all of us nieces and nephews.

  2. Lisa Heidorn says:

    Anita was my next door neighbor and was a very sweet person. When I first moved in she introduced herself and we instantly were great neighbors. She would frequently come to the door and give me goodies she baked. She would also include my kitties with treats and carrots for my horses. She was especially fond of my little cat P.J. who would rub up against the window when Anita was outside. We connected on Thanksgiving & Christmas, but it was the spontaneity of hearing a knock on the door or meeting to get our mail and exchanging hugs that just made the day. I saw her the day before she passed away and we were both sick. I was just getting over a bad cold and did not want to pass anything to her so we didn’t hug. If I had a time machine I would go back and give you the biggest hug ever. God Bless You Anita. I will miss you.

  3. mark swenson says:

    Anita was a neighbor who was always so kind and thoughtful. I always enjoyed talking with her and she always ended a conversation with “God Bless.” The world needs more people like Anita and she will be missed. Prayers to Anita’s family and friends.

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