Anderson, LuAnne Rose (Shaw)
LuAnne Rose (Shaw) Anderson, 61, of Lincoln, passed away January 20, 2017.
Born July 16, 1955, in Lincoln to Ray and Viola (Vondra) Shaw. She was the
Business Manager for UNL Modern Languages Department, 1998-2010.
LuAnne loved music and dance. She founded the Lincoln Irish Dancers in 1997 and
traveled to Ireland, London, and the Czech Republic seeking out dances and
workshops in pursuit of her passion. She shared her joy of music and dance with
High school sweethearts, Brad and LuAnne married as 19-year-olds. Alzheimer's
stole her memories but not their love. When all else was gone, love remained.
LuAnne is survived by her husband, Brad Anderson of Lincoln; son, Ian Anderson
of New Orleans LA; daughter (son-in-law), Hannah (Tracy) Kahler of Lincoln;
grandchildren, Emmett and Delia Kahler; siblings (spouses), Vondra (Larry)
Abbott of Denver CO and Tim (Julie) Shaw of Lincoln.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
American Wake and Celebration of Life at 2:00 pm on March 4th at First Plymouth
Congregational Church, 2000 D Street, Lincoln. Inurnment will be in
Lincoln Memorial Park.
Memorials to Alzheimer’s Association.
Guestbook for Anderson, LuAnne Rose (Shaw)
|11:04AM Feb 26th, 2017|
|Dear Brother Brad, Our hearts go out to you and family in this time of sorrow. The love and devotion you have shown during this difficult journey is inspiring. You did everything possible to help LuAnne. A donation will be made to the Alzheimer's Association In LuAnne's name.|
Doug and Becky Anderson (Santee, CA)
|8:19PM Jan 29th, 2017|
|Brad and family, I am so sorry to have her gone. She was one of the kindest, most decent person I'd met. Two of our daughters were in her Irish dance class. Tim & Julie, sorry for your loss.|
Rose Yonekura (Lincoln, NE)
|12:38PM Jan 28th, 2017|
|Brad So sorry for your loss. It has been a long
journey, and you have been a great example of
a caring,loving spouse. Know that God is with
you and your family.|
Darwin Hanneman (LINCOLN, NE)
|4:45PM Jan 26th, 2017|
|Our Hearts go out to you and your Family for the loss of your Wife and Mother. God be with all of you through these times of grief. God Bless all of you. Todd and Janice Pospichal |
Janice Pospichal (Beatrice , NE)
|2:06PM Jan 26th, 2017|
|My wonderful friend LuAnne is gone after a valiant fight with Alzheimers. I have missed for the past 6 years her dancing, her sense of humor, her ability to organize and her clear mind. She stays in my heart.
Brad, Hannah and family, our thoughts are with you. Layne and Mila Pierce|
Mila Saskova-Pierce (Lincoln, NE)
|12:11PM Jan 26th, 2017|
|Brad, I wanted to reach out to you and give my condolences. LuAnn was much younger than me but I enjoyed her enthusiasm in her dance, At Family gatherings when LuAnn and you would demonstrate a good old fashion polka, it was a real kick. We will be out of town during the services, so I want to offer our prayers for you and her family and ask God for blessing on her soul. |
Lloyd & Re;tha Dowding (Bellevue, NE)
|11:27AM Jan 26th, 2017|
|Brad, Your love and devotion has been a true inspiration to my wife and I as we've witnessed all the work you've done in support of Luanne in her fight with Alzheimers. We were incredibly saddened to hear of her passing, and wish you peace and comfort in the wake of this loss. Today we made a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association in LuAnne's name. |
Zac & Mary Boatright (Phoenix, AZ)
|11:22AM Jan 26th, 2017|
|Brad, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts.|
Stacy Miller (Manchester, NH)
|9:45AM Jan 26th, 2017|
I want you to know how your unconditional love for LuAnne continues to inspire me and I'm certain countless others who know the love story the two of you shared over the years.
You have my heartfelt prayers and sympathy in our loss and my ongoing admiration for the model of love and support you have given us.
Sincerely - Cathy
Cathy Hietbrink (Lincoln, NE)
|9:41AM Jan 26th, 2017|
|RIP LuAnne, you are now rid of the horrible disease and are now one of God's angels and can be part of his band playing your keyboard. I ask God to give Brad the strength to get thru the grief that he must have. He was such a wonderful husband so faithful with his visits to you.|
Sue McLean (Hermitage, MO)
|9:35AM Jan 26th, 2017|
|My heart goes out to a wonderful person, couple and family. LuAnne left her mark in the world through music and dance. She made it a better place. |
Kara Spofford (Frederick, MD)