Marge Anderson (90) of Mt. Shasta passed away in her house peacefully sitting in her beloved chair.

Marge was born to Antone Fraga and Olivia Fellipe of Hawkinsville, California. Marge was born at the Yreka hospital. She had two younger brothers, Dick (deceased) and Ken Fraga.

In her younger years she lived in Hawkinsville, where she started school in a one room school house.

She lived there till the death of her father on December 12, 1935.

Olivia remarried and she, R.T. (Ray) Arnold and Marjorie, moved to Dunsmuir where she spent the rest of her youth and teen years and graduated from Dunsmuir High in 1945.

In 1946 at a dance in Dunsmuir Marjorie met, fell in love and married Bob Welliver also from Dunsmuir and they made their home there.

Bob and Marge had three children together, Ray, Paul and Johna Welliver.

In 1958, Bob and Marge divorced. She moved to Mt. Shasta and married Tub Anderson in 1959. They had one son together, Mike Anderson, and she picked-up two stepsons, Sam and Joe Anderson.

Marge's activities started with playing baseball for the Dunsmuir Merchanetts then on to square dancing, hunting, bowling, golf and finally playing bridge for 45 years. Marge played bridge all the way up to the end thanks to the help of Ted Marconi and Patti McCune.

Marge was a waitress at the Piemont for 8 years in the 60's then her and Tub purchased Cervelli's Market. Tub realized working indoors wasn't for him so in 1972 they took on the task of managing the Weed Golf Course.

They stayed there for 10 years and then left and moved back to their home in Mt. Shasta.

Marge is survived by her sons Ray and Gloria Welliver of Cottonwood; Paul and Debbie Welliver of Weed; Mike (Tiny) and Karen Anderson of Mt. Shasta; Johna Day and Tom Aza of Eugene, Oregon; and stepson Sam and Susan Anderson of Shasta Lake City. She has 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren

She is predeceased by her husbands Tub Anderson and Bob Welliver, stepson Joe Anderson, brother Dick Fraga, and sisters-in-law Carol Fraga and Bev Fraga.

A small service will be held at the California Veteran's Cemetery in Igo at the chapel on July 28, at 11:00a.m.

In lieu of flowers, learn to play bridge and join a local bridge club.