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Audrey Baer Anderson, of Devon, PA, died peacefully on February 24, 2015, aged 87, at the Wayne Center in Wayne, PA. She died of natural causes after a short illness.
She was born Audrey Baer on August 27, 1927, the only child of Lucien and Harriet Baer of Beverly Hills, California.
A graduate of Beverly Hills High School in Orange County, California, she went on to earn a B.A. from Pomona College in 1949. She came east later that year to attend a graduate program at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts.
Wife of 64...

Audrey Baer Anderson, of Devon, PA, died peacefully on February 24, 2015, aged 87, at the Wayne Center in Wayne, PA. She died of natural causes after a short illness.
She was born Audrey Baer on August 27, 1927, the only child of Lucien and Harriet Baer of Beverly Hills, California.
A graduate of Beverly Hills High School in Orange County, California, she went on to earn a B.A. from Pomona College in 1949. She came east later that year to attend a graduate program at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts.
Wife of 64 years to her one true love, Donald L. Anderson of Montclair, New Jersey, with whom she moved from New Jersey to Chester County, Pennsylvania in 1967, where Audrey was widely known as the much-loved "Lunch Lady" of Tredyfferin-Easttown Middle School. She also worked for more than twenty years at the Great Valley Indoor Tennis Club in Malvern, PA.
All who knew her were touched by her simple grace, quick sense of humor and unceasing thoughtfulness. Her short notes of thanks and encouragement -- meticulously crafted on her beloved Hermes portable typewriter ''' reflected her deep consideration for others' feelings and circumstance. Her hand-made cards commemorating special occasions and life's many milestones have become heirlooms among those who were lucky enough to have made her acquaintance throughout the years.
She enjoyed music and tennis and the love of her pet dog, Bill, a faithful companion for more than twenty years. She was particularly fond of trips to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where she and her family spent summer vacations for more than five decades. Her love of all things Mexican led her to lessons in the language and cuisine of Mexico as well as a collection of native folk art that complimented her distinctive and carefree sense of style.
She is survived by husband, Donald of Devon, PA; sons Robert Thomson Anderson of Malvern, PA and James Laing Anderson of Fortrose, Scotland; and grandchildren, Malcolm, Helen and Laing Anderson.
In accordance with her wishes, there was no memorial service. Those wishing to leave their thoughts are invited to do so in the online guestbook of Alleva Funeral Home of Berwyn, Pa by clicking on the Obituaries tab at www.allevafuneralhome.com