What a friend we had in Don!
He was my Masonic brother and a real mentor. I will remember all that he gave me. If I were to tell you about Don with one word, that word would be Integrity.
'May flights of angels sing thee to thy rest' WS
I will miss Don very much.
Susan Pillans. Senior University
Ginger, Our thoughts and prayers are with you through this sad time. We are here if you need us for anything! Bless you and your family and take comfort in the great memories you shared with your dear Father. Love, Rob and Debbie Durst
My heartfelt sympathy to the Anderson family in your time of sorrow. I became acquainted with Donald Anderson through Senior University at Mercer. He was one of the steady hands that helped make Senior University operate smoothly. His great contribution is much appreciated, and he shall be sorely missed.
The God of all comfort will comfort you in your time of sorrow. (2Cor. 1:4)
Dear Anderson Family: I am so sorry to hear about your loss. May the God of all comfort, comfort you in your hour of sorrow. may you also have peace in the days ahead.2corin.1:3,4.
I WILL MISS MR. ANDERSON, HE WAS MY FATHER IN RECOVERY. I WILL ALWAYS HELP THE SICK AND SUFFERING, THE WAY HE HELP ME, IN HIS NAME, REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND....BIG WILLIE C.
My condolences to Don's family. I had the honor of knowing him through Mercer's Senior University. He was always helpful and polite to newcomers like me, making us feel very welcome.He touched so many lives in such a positive way. He will be missed.
My deepest sympathy goes to the Anderson family. Don was a true patriot. He was the secretary of Georgia Masonic Lodge #96 for many years. He was the Master of the Lodge and the Director of Works. His knowledge will be greatly missed but even greater loss will be his brotherly love and friendship.
Psalms 119:50 Let God be your comfort at such a difficult time. My sincere condolences to your family.
Don you are a a true patriot and best friend. I will miss you.
Dear Anderson Family,
You have my deepest condolences for the loss of Mr. Donald. Continue to comfort and strengthen one another during this most difficult time and the God of all comfort with help you get through the pain.
My deepest sympathy to all of Don's family. He was the bulwark of Senior University and an inspiration to us all.
Please accept my deepest condolences.
Jim and I were saddened to read Don's obituary in this morning's AJC. We were both very fond of Don and will miss his presence and what he meant to Mercer Senior U.
Jim and Vina Wahle
So sorry to hear of Don's passing. He was a mentor to all who were raised in Georgia Lodge #96. Although I have not been to lodge in many years, the craft of freemasonry has lost a truly wonderful man. To all of the family memebers, my condolences to all of you. He was a wonderful man.
May the family find comfort and peace knowing that God is with youat this time.(joshua1:9)
Such a great loss for the Mercer community. I will miss him stopping by my office to chat and hearing his voice down the hallway. May you find comfort. I will hold you all close, especially in the days to come.
To the family of Mr.Anderson, we are sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. May the fond memories of Mr.Anderson be with the family in this time of bereavement. May the words of Jesus recorded by Matthew at Matthew 22:31-32 comfort the family in a way that we cannot.
My deepest and heartfelt condolences. I will miss seeing Don at the Mercer Senior University Luncheons.
I feel as if I had known your Dad through Karman and her stories. I know that he was a kind man and a wonderful friend to Karman and her Mom. I am sorry that I never met him. May you find comfort in knowing that he touched lives in ways he never knew.
No better friend to masonry has ever lived. Don will be sorely missed as a friend and brother. Bob and Mary Safran
Kind, caring and capable -- the passing of longtime Administrative Coordinator of Mercer Senior University -- Donald A. Anderson -- is a sad reality. He will be sorely missed by many of us Seniors whose lives have been enriched thanks to his efforts. He will hold an irreplaceable spot in our hearts and memories.
Fran & Ray Dubner
Don was a dear neighbor and friend, always willing to lend a hand. May you soon find peace and comfort in knowing you have a Wonderful Guardian Angel on your side. My deepest sympathy.
I am a member of Mercer Senior University and have had the honor of knowing sweet Don. I loved him very much and will miss him.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Remembering Don today with much love, for a most honorable friend, and Lodge Brother to my Dad, Robert Safran. Don always had a nice word for my cooking for their lodge dinners. I will never forget all the help he gave me when I became a Diabetic. Don, I will never forget you.
Don was a wonderful brother mason.
He inspired me to be a better man. He will be dearly missed.