Joe -Anholt-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Teahen Funeral Home - Cedar Rapids

Joe Roger Anholt

Jan 31, 1920 - Jul 20, 2019

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Our deepest sympathy to you, Dr. Glanzer and your family in the loss of your dear father. Sounds like he was an amazing man. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers, Jim and Karen Joens

A very amazing man. Prayers go out to all his family. So sorry couldn't make it. Always remember his joy for life.

Dear Dr. Glanzer,

Your dad sounds like an amazing man, who was always thinking, innovating, growing and sharing. Most especially, he was an ambassador for Christ Jesus to the world around him. What a wonderful life you must of had on the farm?
Your dear one finished the race passing on the torch without faltering.

Comfort and condolences,
John and Nancy Sadler

Joe was the definition of Christian. He will remain in our hearts and memories forever.

Our deepest sympathy to all the families. We lived behind Joe and his family on Hidden Hollow Lane

We will certainly miss Joe sitting on the front step!!

Thank you for sharing Joes story of a life well-lived for God and well-loved by family and friends. We pray for peace in your hearts during this time of mourning and many times of joy in remembering now and in the time to come.

My deepest sympathy JoLynn to you and your family. I remember how much you loved your Father


Joe 's Obituary

Joe Roger Anholt was born January 31, 1920, on a farm near Boxholm, Iowa, to Oscar and Pearl Anholt. Joe had five siblings: three older brothers Dean, Paul, and Merle, a younger sister Betty and brother Bobby. Joe’s mother Pearl died shortly after Bobby’s birth and his father subsequently...

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