Recitation of the Holy Rosary
Obituary of Anna J. Lenderman
Our beloved Anna Jean Lenderman, was called home, on Wednesday, February 23, 2022.
Anna was very passionate and enjoyed supporting various organizations like ASPCA, Texas Children's Hospital and The Susan Korman Foundation. She dedicated years of her life supporting Girl Scouts. Her countless hours of generosity, leadership, badge work, community service, camping, selling cookies, and taking her troops on hard earned trips influenced and inspired many girls over the years. Anna had two other passions besides Girl Scouts, Bingo and being a UT Longhorn fan. If she wasn’t doing something with the girls she could often be found cheering on her favorite Longhorns or playing Bingo.
She is preceded by her parents, Victor Gerstner and Elizabeth Bratton Gerstner; and brother, Michael Gerstner.
Anna is survived by her daughter, Jennifer Nichole “Nikki” Lenderman; siblings, Pete Gerstner and his wife Sally, Thomas Gerstner, Ken Gerstner and his wife Annie, Laura Gray and her husband Lloyd, and Mary Swenson and, her husband Karl Swenson; as well as many other loving family, and friends.
Visitation will be held from 10:00-11:00 a.m. with Recitation of the Holy Rosary at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, March 11, 2022 at Austin Peel and Son Funeral Home, 607 E. Anderson Ln., Austin, Texas, 78752; with Funeral Services beginning at 11:30 a.m., on Friday, March 11, 2022, also at Austin Peel and Son Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Austin Memorial Park Cemetery
Serving as pallbearers are; Michael Broussard, Tim Entress, John Mason Rob Pfertner, Josh Rhomberg, and Tom Tarvin.
Services will be live-streamed to allow those unable to attend to participate. https://www.facebook.com/AustinPeelSoonFuneralHome
A reception will be held after the services in the Fellowship Hall of Violet Crown City Church, 1300 Morrow St, Austin, Tx, 78757.
Due to the Coronavirus / COVID-19 Restrictions from the City of Austin,
capacity levels are restricted at funeral homes, churches, and cemeteries.
Each person entering the funeral home, church, and cemetery will be required to wear a mask
and to practice social distancing of 6 feet or more. If you are ill or are concerned about the virus,
it is recommended that you not attend services.
The family is so grateful to everyone for their understanding, love, and support
during this very difficult time.