On Saturday, July 25, 2020, Jane Stewart Andersen, returned to our Heavenly Father. She was born August 30, 1932 in Price, UT to Elder Johnson Asay and Caroline Sophia Asay.
She married Arlo V. Stewart on May 3, 1954 in the Salt Lake Temple. They raised two sons, Mike and Bob (Nancy), and two daughters, Joni and Patricia.
She later married LaMar Andersen and was welcomed in by his three children Greg (Tena), Dana, Julie (Dennis), and grandchildren.
She spent 30+ years volunteering at the LDS Hospital, at the Relief Society Building, and in education. She held many church callings throughout her life. She also spent many years working at See’s Candies.
The grandchildren always looked forward to Christmas because she would bring home chocolates and suckers. She loved to knit, and family and friends looked forward to receiving the washcloths that she would make regularly. She also loved to quilt but didn’t have the confidence to enter them into the State Fair until she was 80 years old. She won first place the first year she entered. She had many friends that she would quilt, knit and puzzle with, that she cared for dearly.
Jane was preceded in death by her husband Arlo, her husband LaMar and her brothers Richard, Melton and Elvin and her great granddaughter BayLee. She is survived by her siblings Buzz (Velma) and Ace (Lenda); her four children; her five grandchildren, Zac, Dustyn (Rachel), Toney, Chanel, and Jordan (Jess); her four great grandchildren Daysia, Ashtyn, Abel, and Jazzy; and several cousins, nieces and nephews.
A special thanks to the Summit Senior living Staff and her personal nurse, Jenna Barrington. They were kind and took the best care of her the last few years.
The viewing will be held on Monday, August 3rd, 2020 from 10:30 am - 11:45 am at the LDS Rose Park North Stake Center 1155 N 1200 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84116. Followed by the graveside services at 1:00 PM Utah Veterans Cemetery 17111 S 1700 W, Bluffdale, UT 84065
Please wear a mask and observe social distancing where possible.
We love you the mostest, Grandma.