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December 16, 2013

Judith Hosner Anderson

Oct. 9, 1944 — Dec. 14, 2013

DUNCAN — Judith Hosner Anderson, 69, of Duncan, passed away Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, in Duncan.

Judith was born Oct. 9, 1944, in Philadelphia, Pa., to James and Doris Hosner. She attended Harriton High School, Denison University and Pennsylvania State, where she earned a master degree in physical education. She was a physical education teacher and filled other positions as needed until her retirement.

She is survived by her, Daughter Karen Anderson and husband Lane Voigt of Texas; and a sister, Jill Spealler of Utah.

Donations may be made to the Stephens County Humane Society, Duncan.

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