Anna Golden

Anna Golden

December 28, 1918 - August 14, 2010

Anna Golden

December 28, 1918 - August 14, 2010

Obituary

Anna Golden, age 91 of Franklin, TN, died Saturday morning at the residence of her daughter, following an extended illness. Mrs. Golden was a native of Union City, NJ and daughter of the late George and Mary Goggin Jacob. Mrs. Golden was trained as an x-ray technician and served her country in the WAC during WWII, and again during the Korean War era. Mrs. Golden was a resident of Westminster, MD from 1967 – 2002, at which time she relocated to Tennessee. She was preceded in death by her husband: Joseph Benjamin Golden; and is survived by three children: Joseph G. Golden of Orlando, FL, Susan E. Reiersen of Bramburg, SC, and Joanne Golden of Franklin, TN; and 5 grandchildren: Katherine Golden, Kristofer Reiersen, Erik Reiersen, Lauren Reiersen, and Gregory Golden. The family will conduct private services celebrating Mrs. Golden’s life, then join together at a later date for burial in Arlington National Cemetery beside her husband.

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15 responses to Anna Golden

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  1. Hi Everyone, I am very sorry to hear about Aunt Anna. Hope you are all coping well. You are in our thoughts all the time. We would love to get together when the time is right. Love Danielle, Jim, Angelle and Eden

  2. Thinking of you with love.

  3. To the Golden Family, our condolences on the loss of your Mother and Grandmother. We pray for peace and great memories to be shared between all of you.

  4. Joanne – It’s hard to know what to say or do at a time like this because no words can take away the pain you are feeling right now. There is an emptiness that will take some time to adjust to. But the bond that you and Greg had with your Mom will never be broken. Death cannot take that away or the love that you both shared with her. Know in your heart that you did everything you could to make her last days as comfortable as possible. You were there when she took her last breath. Although painful for you and Greg, what a blessing she didn’t have to die alone. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you the strength to cope with the loss of your Mom. I love you.

  5. Susan & Michael, Life has its highs and lows. It is truly a journey. We are sure your faith will bring you through this! Take care!

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