Anita was born on December 9, 1947 in Weimar, East Germany; when she was about three years old her father Guenther Doss escaped on his motorcycle from the Communist East Germany to Wolfsburg, West Germany. A year later her mother Charlotte and Anita after several attempts managed to cross the border on foot during the winter to join her father in Wolfsburg. Anita grew up and attended school in Wolfsburg; like most young people she was also an apprentice in her case office work while attending school. She worked in the Insurance Division of the Volkswagen factory. In 1965 Anita married a German fellow with residency in California; she immigrated to the United States in 1967. Her marriage did not last long, as it turn out the marriage was a big mistake for an 18 year old girl; eventually she divorced him and kept her job with Fred S. James and Insurance company in San Francisco. On August 2, 1975 she met Victor Romero an accountant at IBM in San Jose, they fell in love and she quit her job in San Francisco, moved to San Jose with Victor. She worked for Memorex for about a year and quit that job to work for O'Connor Hospital in San Jose, she worked there for 11 years in the Data Processing Department, and after the last 6 stressful years she resigned. She found a job also in data processing with a CPA firm in Los Gatos. After four years the management of the firm decided that the accountants process the tax returns interactive eliminating Anita's job. She was hired in another CPA firm also in Los Gatos, but she only worked there for a tax season and retired after Victor had to retire from IBM on May 31, 1993. Anita and Victor married on August 2, 1982 after living together for seven years; they had no children by choice but they had a happy marriage. On August 19, 1996 they moved to 5145 Camanche Way in El Dorado Hills and joined the "Camanche Tribe". Anita was a very talented woman, she painted with oil, she decorated the interior of the their new home; she also designed their landscape. Anita loved the outdoors, she loved gardening, she was a good skier and she loved fishing, but for the last 3 years poor health did not allowed her to do the things she loved to do. Anita passed on June 14, 2012; now she is Resting in Peace and is survived by her loving husband Victor Romero.