Goldie I. Anderson Mobley © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Goldie I. Anderson Mobley, 85, of Northglenn, Colorado passed away Thursday, May 12, 1988 in the Castle Gardens Nursing Home.
Goldie was born September 7, 1902 in Cheyenne, Oklahoma to John A. Anderson and Rena Caphert Anderson.
Goldie was married to Ike O. Mobley on April 17, 1924 in Durham, Oklahoma. He passed away in April of 1956.
She was a member of the Cross Roads Baptist Church in Northglenn and was also a member of the I.O.O.F.
Goldie is survived by four daughers, Marveine Cirar of Whittier, California; Maxine McEwen of Bayfield, Colorado; JoAnn Sapp of Thornton, Colorado; Charlotte DeMario of Austin, Texas; one son, James Mobley of Oklahoma City; one brother, Gilbert Anderson of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; and one sister, Mae Perkins of Pueblo, Colorado; fifteen grandchildren; twenty five great grandchildren; as well as other relatives and friends.
Services were held Monday, May 16, 1988 at 10:00 a.m. in the Cross Roads Baptist Church in Northglenn.
Interment followed at the Highland Cemetery.
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