Arthur-Anderson, Jr.-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Starbuck-Lind Mortuary - Lompoc

Arthur Gifford Anderson, Jr.

Lompoc, California

Nov 16, 1936 - Jun 21, 2012

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I am very sorry for your loss,you have my sympathy for the family.

So many good memories from your house as a Child. Thanks for the great love your family always showed me. I am sad to hear of Mr. Anderson's passing. May he find eternal rest in God's hands now.

Still love you all,


My heart goes to you Rose, and your family...I had just started to know my "primo" in the past year. I found him to be a very warm, kind, and loving man. I am sadden by not having a chance to meet him once again. May you find comfort in the memories and the love in your hearts. The spirit of his love lives on and love & hugs, his "prima" (1st cousin), Serafina Anderson Grayson / This song is dedicated to Art & Rose

Rose, and family ... Words cannot heal the pain of losing Art who is so dear to you. May God give you the strength to overcome the pain. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. (I met you at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida in 1967 [or early 1968] when I visited my brother, David Guzman Duenas.) Please accept our condolences. Ignacio Castro & Josephine Duenas Perez, 132 Pahong Ct., Sinajana, GU 96910

My Deepest sympathies to Andy's entire family. I worked with Andy in Supply for 3 years at Vandenberg. He was such a kind and gentle man, he still continued to e-mail me jokes all the time. My prayers are with you, I know Andy is enjoying his eternal life in Heaven.

The Wiley family and Grace Temple MB Church sends our condolences and much prayer to the Anderson Family. I worked with Andy for many years in Fuels. Andy was my mentor and also my friend. I will truly miss him. He was a very kind, compassionate, generous and knowledgeable man. After he retired, he continued to come to the office and visit with us all. We will miss his visits tremendously. He was also a man who loved his family. He would always talk about Rose, his children and his...

The truest words of all: WE WILL NOT FORGET YOU.
You are in our thoughts, our sweetest memories, our dearest dreams. WE WILL NOT FORGET YOU.
You have touched our souls, opened our eyes, and changed our lives. WE WILL NOT FORGET YOU.
We have carved you in our hearts - Where we will carry you forever.

With all our love, Lisa, Shelbie and Katelyn

Dora, sorry to see your dad died. I worked with you and him in fuels back in the 80's. He was the greatest.
Mary Newton, Henderson, Nv

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Auntie Rose and Family...Rest in peace Uncle Arthur...


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