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skylar D matson s
skylar D matson
i love and i miss my grandmother she was the most important person to me in the world
brenda.reese@jbssa.com b
brenda.reese@jbssa.com
So sorry to hear about Sallee, it broke my heart. We use to talk alot at work when we both worked second shift at JBS. I will miss her. My hugs and prayers go out to Bill and family at this most difficult time. R.I.P Sallee.
Jeff Varnum J
Jeff Varnum
Sorry to hear about Sallie. She was fun to be around at family reunions. My deepest sympathies goes out to Billy, & the kids.
Lovilla Tellames L
Lovilla Tellames
Sending my deepest sympathies to Bill & Family at this time of sorrow, Sallee was a wonderful women and a great friend even though I only knew her for a short period of time. I pray that God enfolds you during your difficult times and help you heal with the passage of time.
cprescott61@yahoo.com c
cprescott61@yahoo.com
My thoughts and prayers to the family.
Serena S
Serena
Oh Sallee... I couldn't believe my ears when I heard you'd passed. You were a wonderful, sweet dear friend and supported me and kept me laughing when working together in the billing dept. at JBS. I will miss you greatly my friend. Love and prayers to your family... Serena
Katie Navarro K
Katie Navarro
R.I.P. Sallee, you will truly be missed by your friends and co-workers at JBS. I am so glad that I got the chance to know you and have our long chats as we use too throughout our years of working together. God surely gained a beautiful angel today.
Dawn Vander Weide D
Dawn Vander Weide
Sallee trained me in the billing department at JBS. We worked side by side every day. She was full of smiles, even when she wasnt feeling the best. I was craving apple crisp and the next day she brought me in apple crisp that she made for Bill and I. She will be truly missed by so many of us. God received a special angel yesterday. Spread your wings Ms. Sallee, you are no longer suffering.
John Royark Jr J
John Royark Jr
I first met Sallee when I was about 12, because I was friends with her son, Chad. Over the years she grew into more of a family member to me than my own blood. My heart goes out to Chad, Candyce, Bill, and the rest of the family. She was taken way too soon, and will be dearly missed.
brenda@rodden.us b
brenda@rodden.us
My sister, my friend, actually my aunt, two months apart in birthdays, a women full of support for everyone, I will miss you terribly. Your life was dedicated to your family. You are an angel in this world and are an angel in the next. It is my honor and privilege to be your family, your friend, your confident.
becky_snyder@hotmail.com b
becky_snyder@hotmail.com
i always thought my aunt had THE MOST infectious most beautiful smile...i didnt get to see her often, but i sure am going to miss her :/ GOD SPEED AUNT SALLEE.
Linda rahn L
Linda rahn
I remember Sallee always bringing some sort of plant to Don&Connie's for Don to plant because she knew that her brother has a green thumb.She had a great smile & an infectious laugh. I didnt see her much but was always glad when I did. GOD Bless Sallee's family. She is now in GOD'S hands & is free of all pain.
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Obituary for Sallee Matson

Sallee D. Matson, 59, of Marshalltown, IA passed away Thursday, April 11, 2013, at her residence under the care of Iowa River Hospice. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, April 16, 2013, at the Main St. Chapel of the Anderson Funeral Homes, in Marshalltown. Visitation will be 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday, April 15, 2013, at the Main St. Chapel of the Anderson Funeral Homes. Interment will be at Rose Hill Memorial Gardens, in Marshalltown. Online condolences may be sent to www.andersonfhs.com
Sallee was born to Dawn Richard and Ethel Hulbert in Marshalltown. She received her GED and graduated from MCC with a Medical Secretarial degree. Sallee was united in marriage to William “Bill” Matson Jr. on January 22, 1972. She lived most of her life in Marshalltown spending a few years in Oklahoma and Minnesota. Her and Bill lived in San Antonio, TX and Germany while Bill was in the service. The past 13 years, Sallee was a dedicated, hardworking employee of JBS Swifts. In her free time Sallee loved to be in her garden, usually barefoot or giving personal attention to her extensive collection of house plants. Sallee had an artistic side that she expressed through her paintings and drawings. She adored her grandchildren and loved spending time with them, especially if it involved water activities like teaching them to cast a straight line.
Sallee will be missed by her husband, Bill, a daughter, Candice Matson of Sioux City, IA, a son, Chad Matson of Marshalltown, four grandchildren; Skylar, Nina, Brittani, and Autumn Matson, five brothers; Todd Hulbert of Arizona, Rick Hulbert, Dave Snyder, Donny Snyder, Darrel Snyder all of Marshalltown, a sister in law, Deanna Poe of Marshalltown, and her father in law, William Matson Sr. She was preceded in death by her parents, Dawn and Ethel Hulbert and a sister in law, Leela Snyder.


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Previous Events

15

Apr

Monday

Visitation

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Anderson Funeral Homes - Main St. Chapel

405 W. Main St., Marshalltown, IA 50158, United States

16

Apr

Tuesday

Funeral Service

10:30 AM
Anderson Funeral Homes - Main St. Chapel

405 W. Main St., Marshalltown, IA 50158, United States

Cemetery Details

Location

Rose Hill Memorial Gardens

Iowa Ave, Marshalltown, IA 50158, United States


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