Alex-Andersen-Obituary

Alex Andersen Jr.

Bristol, Virginia

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Mary Clayton and Alex,
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Anderson. I truly enjoyed him at Grand Court. He was such a sweet man. Yhank you for allowing me to have the opportunity to have met him.

Alex was such a sweet man and a pleasure to care for.Peggy Martin C.N.A. at Bristol Nursing Home. (N.H.C)

Alex was such a sweet man and a pleasure to care for. I also cared for your mother while she was at Bristol Nursing Home. I know that Alex loved her dearly and now they will get to walk the streets of gold hand in hand. May the Lord be with your family in your time of need.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the Andersen family. Jody and Jim Gurley

Cris and Ann,
So sorry for your loss. Your Dad led a fruitful full life and you were truly blessed to have him in your lives. May he always remain in your heart.

Blessings,

Ro

Alex I just want you to know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God Bless and be with you during this time.

To the family: Please accept our sincere condolences. From all members of the Bristol, Virginia Fire Department

Cris, Mary Clayton, and Boot,

Our thoughts are there with you today. Your father was a dear man and I have always enjoyed the connection with my own dad. Know that your friends are there with you during this sad time.
Love,
Melanie

Sheriff Fred Newman and the Members of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office would like to express their sympathy in the death of Alex Anderson Jr. If our Sheriff’s Office can be of assistance to you during your time of sadness, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Sheriff Newman and Members of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office

Obituary

Alex's Obituary

Alex Andersen passed away in Bristol, Virginia. The obituary was featured in Bristol Herald Courier on September 1, 2010.