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

  1. Joe, Susan, and Joann – Its been forever since I’ve seen all of you. So very sad to read of your mom’s passing. Your mother has left behind thousands of moments that will live in your hearts forever…you and your families are in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Lynn Horton says:

    My sincere condolences. I know you have many many wonderul memories of your Mom to help get you through this. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You were a wonderful daughter to her.

  3. To All I have such fond memories of your Mom that I’d like to share, where to begin is the problem. The earliest, way before you guys, up the lake, Aunt Anna’s home, driving an old brown car. She saved one of us from falling out of that car’s door, Ruthann thought it was her, I think it was me. Somehow we both feel special. The tons of pictures we have of Pat and us kids because your Mom was a bit of a ‘shutter bug’ in those days. Holidays at Bubbie and Uncle Marty’s with your Dad and Grandma. Westminster, shopping the PX, chicken rice casserole, hooking up the dish washer, the garden, potatoes in the cellar. On our last visit, how proud she was when sharing pictures of your Dad. ‘That’s my Joe!’ But most of all I remember how I admired your Mom’s strength, her ability to take care of herself and you. She has had a profound effect on my life and I will miss her dearly. Love, Bebe

  4. Aunt Anna is going to be missed dearly by all her friends and family. I have very fond memories of a lot of good times that I can keep with me. My deepest sympathy. Love Mary and Dan

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