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January 17, 2019

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January 13, 2019
Our hearts are grateful for Rev. Anderson's faithful and effective ministry for the Lord's Work. May the Lord grant his help and comfort for the entire family during this tender time. - Stan and Janet Reeder
January 13, 2019
What a great guy! He always remembered my name when he came to the doctor's office. He was patient and his face reflected the glory of God. I will miss him, but I will see him once again. Gibbie Gibson
January 12, 2019
Very fond memories of Uncle Bob.
January 12, 2019
Our sincere condolences to all of the family members of Bob. He was my brother-in-law and I have lots of fun memories of him. He LOVED baseball ~ both watching it and playing it. He also loved ice cream ~ especially homemade....and See's chocolates. He had a fun sense of humor which endeared him to all who knew him. He had a great singing voice~ using it to sing in a traveling quartet while attending Northwest Nazarene College, singing thousands of duets with my sister and I had the privilege of singing in a trio with them while living with them for a year while they pastored in Lubbock, Texas in the '50s. He loved to tease, play pranks and "get your goat". He also had a serious side and was a good preacher. There are MANY people enjoying heaven today because they heard Christ's call through Bob's faithful ministry through the years. May God bless his memory and comfort all of those who are feeling the loss of his earthly presence.