Dale Joy Anderson
Dale Joy Anderson
  • April 28, 1956 - September 25, 2016
  • Odessa, Texas

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Dale Joy Anderson eased into her heavenly sleep Sunday, September 25, 2016 at her home in Odessa. She was born in Hobbs, NM on April 28, 1956. She was employed for 22 years by both Wal Marts in Odessa.
Dale is survived by her husband Randy Coats, son Logan Anderson and wife Jessica with six grandchildren. She is also survived by mother Joy Lowe and husband James, father Jerry Amos and wife Sandra. Dale was blessed with sisters, Deanna Layman, Debra Reed and husband Bob, brothers, Jeff Amos and Charlotte Duarte and Greg Amos and Laura Glasscock. She is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews that she cherished dearly. Dale also has a half-sister in Conroe, TX, Jamie Latham Smith.
She is preceded in death by her son, Justin Anderson, father, James Latham, half-brother, James Latham Jr, grandparents Thelma and Arvel Palmer and Lillie and HJ Lindsey. Dale was a wonderful homemaker, she enjoyed cooking and providing love and guidance for her children. She cherished being a mother as well as a grandmother. She was known as the "Coupon Queen of Odessa" and once featured in the Odessa American for her shopping prowess. She had a coupon for everything and knew how to save dollars not just dimes. Her creative and artistic talents were so awesome with the ability of Scrapbooking. She created numerous books of wonderful memories for her children and grandchildren. Dale was active with an Emmaus Group and faithful servant for many years at St. Lukes UMC. She also helped with the church food pantry, serving many needing families.
Dale was a genuinely caring and loving person that would go out of her way to help her loved ones or other people she met along her life's journey. Young or old it mattered not to her. She saw a need and found a way to fill it, if with only love and support.
A memorial service will be held at 11:00am Saturday, October 1, 2016 at Frank W. Wilson Funeral Chapel.
Arrangements are by Frank W. Wilson Funeral Directors.