Angela M. Sanderson, 60, medical secretary

May 24, 2006

Angela M. Sanderson, a retired medical secretary, died of breast cancer May 16 at her Reisterstown home. She was 60.

Born Angela Marie Peightel in Baltimore and raised in the 2300 block of N. Charles St., she was a 1963 graduate of Eastern High School.

As a young woman, she worked for Uptown Stationers and ran a post office substation in the store at Charles and 25th streets. She was later a secretary for Household Finance and Alex. Brown & Sons.

After raising a family, she did medical billing work for Baltimore physicians. Her last job was at Sinai Hospital, from which she retired on a medical disability.

She enjoyed painting in acrylics and oils.

Mrs. Sanderson had been a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, and at her death was a member of Epworth United Methodist Church in Cockeysville, where services were held Monday.

Survivors include her husband of 31 years, Walter Eugene Sanderson, a retired insurance salesman; a son, Matthew W. Sanderson of Carbondale, Ill.; two daughters, Jessica A. Harnish of Cockeysville and Gail M. Sanderson of Reisterstown; two brothers, John M. Peightel of Baltimore and Terry Peightel of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; and two sisters, Carol Prevail of Ortanna, Pa., and Connie Ackerman of Boston. A son, Adam Sanderson, died in infancy in 1981.

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