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Barbara Lee Anderson – May 30

Barbara Lee Anderson, a town of Fishkill resident for 13 years, passed away at home on May 30th, 2024. She was 75 years old.

Daughter of Wilmot & Beatrice (Kirk) Lee, she was born in Manhattan, NY on March 25th, 1949. She grew up in Eastchester, NY. Barbara graduated from Dana Hall in Massachusetts and Pace University in Westchester, NY. Barbara was an Accountant for the First Baptist Church in Bronxville, NY.

Barbara was a former resident of Wappingers, Nanuet, and Pelham. She had an interest in Holistic care and Energy work. She enjoyed spending time with her family, especially with her grandchildren. She cherished every moment with them as she loved being their “Nanna.”

Barbara is survived by her daughter Amy & her husband Robert of Pelham, NY; her son Christopher & his wife Alexandria of Schenectady, NY; her grandchildren, Spencer James Rios, Brian Joseph Rios, Carson James Anderson, Ethan Robert Anderson; her brother Richard B. Lee of Florida; her nephews David Lee of Austin, TX & Jonathan Lee of New York, NY.

In addition to her parents, Barbara was predeceased by her son Kevin.

A Celebration of Barbara’s Life will take place on Saturday June 15, 2024, between the hours of 8:30 am and 10:30 am at the Pelham Funeral Home, located at, 64 Lincoln Ave, Pelham NY 10803. Interment will follow at Dale Cemetery, located at, 104 Havell St, Ossining NY 10562.

Editor’s note: This obituary was provided by the Pelham Funeral Home.

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