Anderson, Coral Nadine (Trout) (November 11, 1918 - October 5, 1995)
Coral Nadine Anderson
Douglas Budget - October 11, 1995Funeral services for Coral Nadine Anderson, 76, were Oct. 9 at the Converse Funeral Chapel with Richard Trout conducting.
Interment was in Douglas Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Anderson died Thursday, Oct. 5, 1995, at the Wyoming Medical Center in Casper of a heart attack.
She was born Nov. 11, 1918, in Neosho Falls, Kan., to John James and Bessie Lucinda (Stephens) Trout.
She was reared and educated in Neosho Falls, graduating from Neosho Falls high School. She attend college in Pittsburg, Kan., and earned her teaching degree. She taught school in Moran, Kan.
On Jan. 6, 1940, she married Harold Martin Anderson in East Coffeyville, Okla. They farmed in Moran and moved to Douglas in December 1948. Mrs. Anderson taught rural school at Moss Agate and White schools from 1955-1957 and fourth and fifth grades in Douglas from 1958-1984.
She and her husband owned and operated Pheasant Run Nursery in Douglas from 1979-86. They retired and moved to Phoenix, Ariz., in 1987 and moved back to Glenrock in 1989.
Mrs. Anderson was a member of the Retired Teachers Association, National Education Association and Douglas Education Association and was a past president of Wyoming Education Association. She loved nature and enjoyed reading, flowers, gardening, bird-watching and the mountains. Her family was her pride and joy.
She was receded in death by her parents; her twin sister, Carol Maxine; and daughter Pamela Rae.
Mrs. Anderson is survived by her husband, Harold of Glenrock; sons Steve Anderson of Broomfield, Colo., and Rocky Anderson of Casper; daughters Sharon Hamilton of Clobe, Ariz., Jan Rupe of Chandler, Ariz., and Chris Vollman of Douglas; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; brothers Richard Trout of Casper and Johnie Trout of Meriden, Kan.; and sisters Velma Compton of Casper and Jolene Evans and Twila Gober of Olney, Texas.
A memorial to the Douglas Elementary Media Center would be appreciated by the family.
Converse Funeral Chapel was in charge of the arrangements.