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December 07, 2016

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December 07, 2016

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June 30, 2012
To The Anderson Family, with our deepest

condolences.

2 Kings 4: 32-37
February 18, 2012
I first saw you when a small boy. I would watch you through the window of a nearby service station where I would ride my toy peddle tractor to laugh with you in black and white. The station had a T.V. and we had not gotten one. I dwelt with you and the other members of Buffalo Bobs show. The Indian Princess , Mr Bluster, Howdy Doody and the creature Mr Flubber dub. You were my favorite. You brought love and laughter to a little boy in the country through that screen.
God bless you for all the joy you brought to me all those years ago.Now its my turn to say"Goodbye, Clarabell" and yes theres a tear in my eye.
Dennis Carter
October 24, 2011
You were favorite of mine when I was a young girl!!! I never missed a show! So sorry to hear of your passing.
October 24, 2011
I had the pleasure of meeting
Mr. Anderson in person at his home. when I was a teenager Peggy would bring me to play with the dogs and Lew was always kind to me, he was funny too, He liked to laugh, I glad I met him.
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