Pat Chandler Anderson, 63, of Forsyth, Montana, passed away on December 4, 2017, at her home of natural causes.
She was born on September 29, 1954, to Jim and Betty Chandler, in Douglas, Arizona.
From Arizona, the family moved to Mapleton, Iowa, where she attended most of her school years, and graduated from Mapleton High School.
She had one child, Mike Chandler, and moved to Forsyth to be closer to family. She married Doug Anderson on June, 5, 1998, in Forsyth.
Pat worked various jobs, including: waitressing, bookkeeping, bartending, managing the 7-11 and finally owning and managing Pat’s Motel.
She was an avid Green Bay Packers and MSU Bobcats fan. She enjoyed floating the river, reading, doing crossword puzzles and hanging with her precious friends and family.
Pat is survived by her husband, Doug Anderson; parents, Jim and Bobbie Chandler; son, Mike (Shelly) Chandler; granddaughters, Makayla, Marissa and Makenna Chandler; sisters, Becky (Kent) Undlin, Billie Sue (Ed) Brauer, and Ronni (Corey) Pospisil; brothers, Scott (Frankye) Chandler, Kelly Chandler, Jody Chandler and Mark Harms; numerous nieces and nephews, and many special friends.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Betty Newman, sister, Terri Hamman, and grandparents, Marlo and Sophie Krusen.</p>