Rebecca Kaye Anderson, born in Detroit Lakes, MN on June 15, 1981, to William Baker and Betty (Hazelton) Anderson. She attended elementary and middle school in Detroit Lakes, until her mid- teens when the family moved to Pine City, MN. Becky graduated from Pine City High School with the class of 2000. The family moved back to the Detroit Lakes area in the mid 2000’s.
Becky worked at the Detroit Lakes DAC from 2014-2020. She was currently working at Productive Alternatives in Perham at the time of her passing. She was also a part of The Northern Gang, Fargo Mania, and Jesus Ministries at Audubon Lutheran Church.
Becky was always out going, friendly and had an infectious smile on her face. Everyone that she met, became an instant friend and was given a Big Becky hug. The radio was never loud enough, because every song was “her song”. There wasn’t a movie she had seen only once but watched numerous times. When not watching a movie, she could be found playing video games, putting a puzzle together, or solving a word search.
The family of Becky would like to encourage those who knew her, to cash out on any investments made from creamy peanut butter and spaghetti since the number one fan has gained her angel wings and will be enjoying life with her mom.
Becky will be missed by so many as she left an impression with everyone she met. Deeply loved and missed by her father William (Mary) Baker of Lake Park, MN; step-father Peter Anderson whom she lived with in Detroit Lakes, MN; sisters Shanna (Jeff) Sorch of Gillette, WY, Paula Lent of MA, and Kristie Lizotte (Andy Kaiser) of Lake Park, MN; brother Tony (Thien) Baker of Lake Park, MN; step brothers Jason (Charity) Anderson of Grand Rapids, MN, and Steve (Janelle) Anderson of Little Falls, MN; special friend Rita Westland of Lake Park, MN; one niece; four nephews; numerous aunts, uncles, and countless friends.
Preceding Becky in death was her mother Betty, whom she couldn’t wait to be reunited with and sister Pamela Baker.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests to please donate to GIGI’s Playhouse in Fargo. They are a non-profit organization that supports local and surrounding families with down syndrome.