Kristie Ann Mumaw Anderson

Kristie Ann Mumaw Anderson, 35, of Woodstock died October 1st, 2011.   She was born in Woodstock, VA on August 21st, 1976 and lived in Shenandoah County her entire life. She attended Central High School, graduating in 1994 and went on to receive an associate’s degree in Accounting from Lord Fairfax Community College in 1996.

In 2001 she was married to Christopher Anderson at St. Paul’s UCC in Woodstock, VA. Their life together has been blessed with the birth of their two children.

Mrs. Anderson has been employed by AIDS Response Effort – Valley Health in Winchester as a Finance and Grant Coordinator since 2009. She was previously employed at Grafton Schools in Winchester, VA as an accountant.   Kristie enjoyed the work that she performed using her skills in assisting those at need in the community.

Kristie was a member at Mt. Calvary United Church of Christ, assisting with church functions in various ways.   Kristie was also very active as a consultant for The Longaberger Company.  Her love of Longaberger was something she shared with her mother and sister, hosting Longaberger parties in their homes and through Kristie’s organization of bus trips to visit Dresden, Ohio.   Kristie also loved being a volunteer with the public schools in her son’s classroom.

She leaves her husband Chris; her son Cole, and daughter Claire; all of Woodstock. She also leaves a brother Larry of Woodstock, VA and a sister Tracy and her husband Bill Simmons of Edinburg, VA. She is also survived by her Mother and Father, Colon and Debbie Mumaw of Woodstock, VA. She also leaves her niece and nephew, Anna and Landon Simmons, of Edinburg, and nieces Amber and Courtney Anderson of Brewerton, NY.  She was dedicated to the love of her children, her nieces and nephew, and all of her family.

Funeral services will be Wednesday, October 5th, 2011 at 11 a.m. at Dellinger Funeral Home.  The Rev. Freddie Helsley will officiate.  Interment to follow at Sunset View Cemetery.  Family Night will be Tuesday, October 4th, 2011 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Dellinger Funeral Home. Memorial gifts in Mrs. Andersons’ memory can be made to Blue Ridge Hospice, Inc. 333 W. Cork St. Winchester, VA 22601 or to Woodstock Rescue Squad 132 W. Reservoir Road, Woodstock, VA 22664.

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7 Condolences to Kristie Ann Mumaw Anderson

  1. John Nagley says:

    It is with much saddness that the staff at ARE share their condolences with Krisite’s family, she was much loved byt he Staff Board and clients. she will be missed greatly.

  2. Terri Langley says:

    I was saddened by the news of Kristie’s passing. Kristie and I became friends through Longaberger. She was a great person and full of love for everyone. Kristie will be missed deeply. My condolences to her family.

  3. LEON G KERNS says:

    I am client of ARE . I am so sorry i could not attend services for Kristie because i have been going through same health issues. kristie was a wonerderful person ,there was times i would visit the ARE office being so depressed and kristie always took the time to talk to me and cheer me up , she will be greatly missed by me and everyone that ever came in contact with her.I sending my condolences to her husband and her family.

  4. Nancy Feldman says:

    My prayers and condolences to Kristie’s family. I had the great fortunate of working down the hall from her for nearly 3 years. There was something very special about Kristie’s interaction with others. I could be consumed in my work, stressing a deadline, but if Kristie happened by, the stress somehow lifted. Her interest, her sweet expressions and voice–they were totally disarming. That will remain alive and well in my memory. God bless Kristie.

  5. Gary Wilt says:

    I was so saddened to hear of Kristie’s passing and will miss her loving hugs and smiling face when I visit ARE. I feel so lucky to have known her for only a short while. We were all lucky to have her around if only a short while and know she will be another guardian angel for her two beautiful children, family and friends. Thank you Kristie for all your love you gave to so many.

  6. Marcy Sterner Gineris says:

    We are so sad to learn of Kristie’s passing. Her beautiful smile and loving personality was always evident – she was truly special, a gem. Her memory will live on in many, many lucky people. May the Lord bless you all in your time of need, and pull you close in his loving arms.

  7. Jamison Fadely Manternach says:

    My condolences go out to Kristie’s family – I’m so sad to hear about her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.