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Bertha Mae Gandy

April 4, 1935 — March 25, 2024

Anderson

Bertha Mae Gandy, a proud Christian woman, passed away and went to be with Jesus in Chesterfield, IN. Born in Wabash County, IN in 1935, 

 

Bertha spent most of her life working in factories, showcasing her skills in rewinding electric motors in various capacities and at RCA for several years. Her dedication to her career was matched only by her commitment to ensuring the well-being of her family, always making sure they were taken care of and provided for.

 

Known for her unique and independent personality, Bertha found joy in various hobbies and interests throughout her life. From gardening to crafting, painting to jewelry making, she expressed herself creatively in many ways. In her younger years, she delighted in the art of dancing, embracing the rhythm and movement with enthusiasm.

 

Bertha Mae Gandy will be deeply missed by all who knew her. She leaves behind a legacy of hard work, love, and faith that will continue to inspire those who were fortunate enough to be part of her life. While we mourn her passing, we also celebrate the remarkable woman she was and the imprint she left on the hearts of many.

 

Bertha is survived by her children William Evans (Virgina), Christine Dunn, John Stevens, Desma Brooks (Roy), and Jack Gandy; grandchildren Lori Bunch, Jason Evans, Jill Cuadill (Mike), Donavon Dunn, Shawn Dunn, Casey Stevens, Shawn Stevens, Josh Stevens, Josh Gandy, Paige Brooks, Alexis Brooks, Raven Gandy, and Ryland Gandy; 15 great-grandchildren with one on the way; 2 great-great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. 

 

She is preceded in death by her parents John and Thelma Bone; sisters Martha Dorris, and Patsy, and granddaughter Melissa. 

 

In this time of loss, may we find solace in cherishing the memories we shared with Bertha and holding dear the values she embodied throughout her journey.

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