Martha P. Anderson, 92, passed away on May 15, 2019.  She was a resident of Colorado Springs for 30 years and was formerly a resident of Covington, Louisiana.  Martha was born on November 21, 1926 to John O. Pickens and Ida F. (Vise) Pickens of Decaturville, Tennessee and was a graduate of the University of Tennessee of 1949.

She was a member of Shepherd’s Chapel of Gravette, Arkansas, channel 256 on Dish Network.

On September 3, 1950 Martha married James L. Anderson of Paris, Tennessee.  At the time of Jim’s death they had been married for 54 years.  They are parents of 3, Doug Anderson, Debi A. Perkins and Greg Anderson and were grandparents to Courtney, Zac, Hannah, Melina, Natalie and great grandparents of many.

Mom did not want a funeral service but wanted a life celebration gathering of close family and friends.  If you wish to attend, call us at 719-471-7389, the date and location are to be determined later.

Memorials in Martha Anderson’s name may be made to Shepherd’s Chapel, P.O. Box 416, Gravette, AR. 72736.

Martha found much joy looking at her favorite mountain, Pikes Peak, while sitting on the back deck, dressed in her festive tea hats, making Facebook videos of her NCAA football predictions, where one weeks she was nine out of ten.  Her favorite videos were telling her followers to give God the only thing that they had to offer, their TIME, and that the RAPTURE is one of the three greatest lies, according to the Matthew 13:24 – 30 and 36 – 40.  Martha said that she was praying for death before returning to Colorado Springs in February of 2018 and that being back in the Springs brought life back to her.  She will always be remembered for her singing and ringing debut in Granny Fanny’s “Ring my Bell”.  She is greatly missed by many.

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  1. Martha was a dear friend. We loved her and will miss her greatly but praise God she is with the Lord whom she loved.

    1. Thank you, you were near and dear to her as well, so glad you got to see her at birthday party and i believe when she was in the center at centennial.
      Thank you for making time for her.

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