Claudia Beatrice “Bea” Flowers Anderson • July 9, 2017

Claudia Beatrice “Bea” Flowers Anderson, age 84, of Crossville, TN passed away on Sunday, July 9, 2017.
Mrs. Anderson was born in Winnsboro, LA on January 16, 1933 to the late Ovid Earl and Florence Faye Dunham Flowers. She was a computer Programmer and a member of the Mayland Baptist Church.
In addition to her parents Mrs. Anderson is preceded in death by her husband, Sidney Wendell Anderson, son, Carl Daniel Deron, two sisters, Faye Delagrange and Lou Harper, three brothers, WC, Clarence and Ovid Flowers.
Left to cherish her memory is one daughter Shala Vee Ross (Randy) and one son, Walter Adene Deron. Eight grandchildren, Sabrina, Sydnie, Torrence, Derrill, Terrill, Nicole, Swala, Deni and Noah. Many great grand-children also survive.
The family will receive friends at the Goff Funeral Home at 205 E. Cleveland Avenue in Monterey, TN on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 from 12 pm to 2 pm with services following at 2 pm.
A private interment will take place in Pensacola Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

  1. Deni Deron Stotts says:

    Grandma, I will miss you every second of every day!!! You are my favorite soul. My heart smiles knowing of the reunion you are having with grandpa Sugar, grandma Flowers, and Uncle Danny, your sisters and brothers, and all of your many loved ones in Heaven. I love you grandma.

  2. Miracle Deron says:

    I didn’t get to know My great Grandmother that well due to family personal situations. But I’ll never forget the times we did get to spend together and how kind and beautiful her heart was. I’ll always remember her happy and smiling. Never forgotten and you’ve been missed for a long time and now you’ll be missed even longer. Happy that your holding hands with your son my grandpa and smiling down on all of us. We love you and one day we’ll all be together again. Your a beautiful peaceful angel now and you lived and long life. Rest easy grandma Bea I love you and miss you more than you’ll ever know.

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