Chin Suk Anderson was born in Seoul, Korea on November 7, 1945 to Yung Ho Kum and Yang Sun Yi.
Mrs. Anderson grew up in Korea, attending school went on to graduate, later getting married and relocating to the states.
Chin and John was united in marriage early 1972 and happily enjoyed 48 years of blessed love and marriage, she was “always her husband’s baby”.
She loved attending church, while becoming a blessed deacon, along with being a proud member of Harmony Korean Church, she was saved by the precious blood of our Jesus Christ.
Mrs. Anderson also enjoyed singing, worshiping, cooking, going for late afternoon walks, watching Korean dramas, but more than anything she loved spending time with her family, she loved getting to watch her grandson Colin grow every day, she also loved to go on long drives with her husband.
Survivors include: her husband John Lee Anderson, her daughter Connie Lee Anderson, fiancée Clinton Colby Busse, grandson Colin Colby Busse, her sister Chong Suk Kum of Korea, brother Tae Mo Kum, of Korea, Lousie Busse of Lawton, her church family as well as many more family and friends.
She was proceeded in death by her Mother and father Yung and Kang Kum.
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