Carolyn Anderson
1943 - 2021
BORN
1943
DIED
February 26, 2021
Carolyn Marie Anderson, 78, passed away on February 26th at University Hospital in Las Vegas Nevada.

She was born in Wakonda South Dakota to Wilfred and Mary Jane Abild. She attended Wakonda High School and later completed her masters degree at Chadron State College. She worked at several things in her life and mastered them all while exceeding the expectations of working women of her time.

She has always been involved in her local parishes throughout her life. She was instrumental in the construction of the Lakota Lutheran Church in Scottsbluff, NE, most recently Pastor Andy of Shepard of the Valley Lutheran Church.

Carolyn loved outings to Deadwood with the family and always enjoyed the "One Arm Bandits". Gardening and flowers were her passion as she always had a beautiful flower garden. She loved to fish and enjoyed her lakeside cabin at Lake Minatare.

She is survived by her brothers: Gordon (Shana) Abild of Spokane Wa, Michael (Kristi) Abild of San Marco Tx. Her children: Greg Scribner of Lake Minatare Ne, Tim (Kelly) Scribner of Lake Minatare Ne, Meera Scribner of Scottsbluff Ne, Travis Scribner (Veronica C) of Scottsbluff Ne. Grandchildren: Tyler Scribner, JoAnn Scribner, Elizabeth Scribner, Jonathan Scribner, and her Dog Teddy. Great grandchildren: Kaydence Scribner, Zariah Maldonado, and Clara and Tristen Eckman. She was preceded in death by her brother Peter Abild, father Wilfred and mother Mary Jane.

An online memorial service will be announced and will be held shortly. She was cremated as requested and ashes to be spread per her wishes.

Memorials can be sent to 300014 lacy Dr Minatare Ne 69356 in care of Carolyn Anderson

Services will be held TBA, at Online TBA,
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Published by Pahrump Valley Times on Mar. 10, 2021.
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