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Robert Preston Anders Obituary
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March 27, 2017

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March 6, 2001
CARD OF THANKS------The family of Robert Preston Anders gratefull thanks neighbors, friends and family for their kindesses during "Andy's" hospitalization and our sad lost of him in January 2000 . We also would like to thank all of the beautiful nurses of Cape Cod Hospital , especially Connie, Laurel, Becky, MaryEllen , Karen ,Lisa, Marilyn and Nancy and so many others for 18 years of encouraging care and devotion. Their beautiful messages on www.legacy.com have been read around the world by absent family and friends. DR Nicholas Vandemoer and DR Abraham Dietz were outstanding in those same years in their gentle professional care. We Thank You All Forever Norma Anders
March 2, 2001
Ray and Bunny Sargent, Augusta, WV
February 21, 2001
With our deepest sympathy. Karen and George (C.J.) Sanner. (Chip's ex-wife and son). You are all in our thoughts and prays. We love you Me-mommy.
February 20, 2001
He was a remarkable man -- a color-blind painter, the greatest cook in the world (despite the fact he couldn't even eat solid foods), and one of the funnies people I have ever met (myself included).

He taught me to laugh at the world, because it made no sense. He showed me that it didn't matter what anyone else thought about you, and you can behave as ridiculus as you'd like to because others will laugh right along with you. He also showed me that people will give up their old-fashioned views of the world and can adapt to just about anything.

I will miss the way he lights up family gatherings, and his impromptu sketches of just about anything. I will miss the talks he and I had, and the insight he was able to give me. I will miss even the stupid jokes that he would tell and no one else thought was funny.

There can be only one Dedaddy, and you couldn't ask for more.
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