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Hills Heber Anderson Jr.

  • "Teri, My prayers are with you and your family."
    - Lois Schlag-Brantley
  • "Thoughts and prayers to you and your family cousin Teri...."
    - Tony Silva
  • "I would like to express my condolences & may the Lord's..."
    - Jesusita Villasenor-Tekell
  • "Sorry for your loss. God bless you and comfort you thru..."
    - Manuel & Irene Ramirez
  • "Oh, Teri! I am so sorry. If there is anything I can do,..."
    - Charlotte Filer Peters

Anderson, Hallis Heber Jr.
74, of Glendale, AZ passed away on June 30, 2014. He was born in Provo, UT on March 16, 1940. He lived in the Orem-Provo area until he enlisted in the Air Force and served 6 years at Luke. He remained in the Phoenix area until his death. He is survived by his wife, Teresa (Teri), daughters Virginia Barker (Ken) of Chico, CA, Sherry Jeffries (Jay), and Holly Guiliani (Mark Jr.) of Phoenix, AZ and five grandchildren, Daniel and Shawn Barker, Shea Jeffries, and Alexandra and Adisyn Guiliani, aunts Shirley Howe of Provo, UT and Rhea Stewart of Mt. Pleasant, UT, sister-in-laws Betty and Susan Anderson of Provo, UT and numerous nieces and nephews. Hallis served the community as a Glendale Evening/Longhaven Lion for 35 years. He was District Governor of 21A in 2007-2008, received several International Awards over the years and was proud of helping to provide glasses to hundreds of children. He was also a member of the Glendale Masonic Lodge, the Scottish Rite, and the American Legion. Hallis retired as an Industrial Plant Engineer from Airesearch/Allied Signal/Garrett. He was President of the IAIPE in 1986/87. He loved all things outdoors-hunting, fishing, flying and gardening. He was also the "MacGyver" of the family and could make anything work. In his final years, he enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren. All funeral services will be Monday, July 7 at Resthaven Park, 6450 W. Northern Ave., Glendale, AZ. Viewing 9:30am, service 11:00 am, and gravesite service immediately following. Contributions in memory of Hallis may be made to Az Lions Vision Center, 3124 E. Roosevelt, Bldg "D", Ste. #1, Phx, AZ 85008.

Published in The Arizona Republic on July 6, 2014
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