John W. "Bill" Anderson Sr.
Dear Doris, Janie and Bill, I regret the passing of Bill and pray tha God will comfort you with many fond memories of him. Bill was a light to the community and deld a deep love and concern for people and animals. He will truly be missed.
Doris, Janie, and Bill, my condolences in the passing of Bill. I have many fond memories of Bill and the many times we played handball at either the "Y" or the Barn. He was always a gentleman and a good sport.
Andersons, I am so sorry to hear of Bill passing. Your family was always wonderful.! I remember Bill bringing grits or biscuits from the Longhorn to Mrs. A. and me at the Sports Barn when we were working. Fine man!
Dear Mrs. A, Bill and Janie,
Tommy and I are so very sorry to hear about Mr. Anderson. We were crazy about him. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. Please let us know if there is anything we can do.
Margaret and Tommy Roberts
Dear Doris, Bill and Janie;
It's been many years since living in Chattanooga and playing handball at the Sports Barn. Those were great times competing with Bill Sr. and his son. I appreciated their competitive spirit by playing the game with honor and respect for the rules.
My prayer is that you will celebrate the love and joy in your family of the fond memories of Bill. May they provide comfort during this difficult time. You are in my prayers as you journey though the coming days, weeks and years.
May God bless you and be with you. May He look upon you with His favor and give you His peace.
Your brother in Christ;
Ed Rosser PhD., JD.
Solid Rock Lutheran Church