Knew a few over the years.
One was a pioneer elder in his 40’s who was very zealous in the ministry. No tea breaks for him and he used to march from door to door very quickly – no “pioneer plod” for him. Seemed to be very serious & the older JWs in the congregation who had been “in the truth” for longer viewed him with some jealousy regarding him as something of a upstart.
Another was a rather eccentric lady whose first expression to any new visitor to the hall was that “you’ll find there is something unusual about me.” It was , of course , that she was anointed. Most humoured her , but I remember one visitor taking the wind out of her sails by asking her why that should be unusual.
A third was an old lady who went back to the pre-30’s and whom most regarded as “genuine anointed.” She would go everywhere on her bike , on the ministry all the time & was a really kind person – fit as a fiddle , mentally & physically well into her 80’s.
A fourth was a middle aged sister who became “anointed” at the same time as her husband. They were a very close couple & he died a few years later. She then quietly stopped partaking and admitted that when her husband confided to her that he was anointed she felt that she had been emotionally committed to it as she wanted to be with him in heaven.