Recently heard of your passing. Mr. Anderson was our ball pump go to guy in our exercise class. He and his wife are just wonderful people to get to know. He will greatly be missed. Prayers to Miss Brenda and her family. God will see you through it all. Rest in Peace.
My deepest sympathy to George's family. He was a very lovely man.
When I think of George, my heart lights up. Seeing him daily throughout the years at Kern River was a joy. Brenda, he absolutely loved and adored you, and talked about you often. Peace to your heart.
Brenda, we are so sorry to hear about George. Our sympathy and prayers are with you.
Sharon and Roy Ceasar
I was fortunate to have worked right next door to George at Kern River. We joked about cutting a hole in the wall between us so we could visit (him answering my questions) or telling me stories of past ventures. We both liked historical things and places, growing a garden every year and making jelly/jam. He was always helpful to the "newby" engineers and staff. May he rest in eternal peace. Brenda you are in our thoughts and prayers in this difficult time.
Thoughts and Love for Gordon, Ed, Jim, and their families. One always remembers their first Love and I remember those times of fun and happiness with George. Cruisin' the drag, in his black camaro, on those Missoula summer nights will never be forgotten.
I was fortunate to have worked with George in Coalinga and at Kern River. He was a valued member of our Team and his mentoring was sought out by the newer engineers as well as the experienced folks. I also was his neighbor in Coalinga and I remember when he had his dragster as I always knew when he was working on it...it was loud! May he rest in peace.
I went to High School with George and we had many good times. He will be missed. Our condolances and best wishes, be strong and remember the good times.
Brenda, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I will remember the good times at Chevron as well as George showing me how to prune roses and showing my son his salt water fish tank.
Neosk and Fred Miller
My thoughts and prayers are with you, Brenda, during this difficult time. Charlie and I cherish fond memories of good times together with you and George, both in Coalinga and here in Bako. May you know His Peace.
My condolences to Brenda and all of George's family. I have many fond memories of the time I have spent with him, and some of the things he said.
My deepest condolences to the Anderson families. I remember meeting George at U.S.C as he and Gordy walked and joked with each other when we walked through the engineering quad. I did not have the opportunity to work with him at Chevron as I did with Gordy and Eddie but anytime I think back to those days, I do remember that you guys were all very close.
I will keep you in my prayers as you grieve and remember your brother.