Ethel C. Anderson – 10 Jan 1921
Dr. Ethel C. Anderson dies of cancer at 56
Dr. Ethel C. Anderson, 56, associate professor of counseling at Arizona State University, died August 10, 1977 at her home in Tempe, Arizona of cancer.
Services were conducted August 13th at the Tempe LDS 7th Ward and burial was at Pinedale, Wyoming.
Authoress of the book, “From Here To There”, which deals with self concepts as related to learning and decision making, Mrs. Anderson was born at Malad, Jan 10, 1921, a daughter of Alexander and Catherine Cowley.
She received her early education in Daniels, Idaho and her high school education at Preston, Idaho and Logan, Utah.
Receiving her bachelor, master and doctorate degrees at Utah State University and the University of Wyoming, Mrs. Anderson taught in Idaho, Wyoming and Arizona.
She was married to Moyle W. Anderson, Jan 1, 1940, and he died Nov. 19, 1961. Upon her husband’s death, Mrs. Anderson acted in his position as principal of the Superior, Wyo. School and has been in education since.
Lited in the “Personalities of the West and Midwest,” and “American Women” of Who’s Who, Mrs. Anderson was active in the LDS Church, as a 4-H leader, Arts and Guild Association of Arizona and writer of numerous articles in the fields of counseling and education.
Surviving are five sons and a daughter: John M., Barry Kent, Daren, Scott Cowley, Jeffrey Joe and Gregory Stephen; her mother, Catherine Cowley and two grandsons.