Cecil Roy Anderson

Marion, Iowa

Mar 22, 1928 – Sep 4, 2019 (Age 91)


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CECIL ROY ANDERSON Marion Cecil Roy Anderson, 91, of Marion, passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019, at the Dennis & Donna Oldorf Hospice House of Mercy in Hiawatha, Iowa, of B-cell Lymphoma. The family will greet friends from 9 to 10:15 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, at St. Joseph Catholic Church...

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Jean and family,
I remember Cecil as always having a smile on his face. Soft spoken but you definitely would'nt want to cross him. There are so many fond memories of Cecil whether sharing a laugh or reminiscing over how much trouble we got into when we were living in the neighborhood. Thank you for the memories. We will live with them forever. Rest now and I am sure God has great tasks for you when we are called to heaven.
Ralph and Pat Gorton

In the 50's I played shuffleboard with him. In the 60's to 90's I bowled against him. A real competitor. We lost a good man.
Bill Kemp

Jean and Family,
Many happy memories I have of the two of you and
your family, I can only imagine how extensive the memories you as a family all share. May your memories bring you joy and the life you shared bring you comfort.

Always close to my heart and not far from my thoughts, Love Jean Zook

Jean and Family,

I am so very sorry for your loss. Cecil was a special person and everyone who had the opportunity to know him was truly fortunate.

Your family has been blessed by your closeness and support of and for one another. I hope that together, your memories of all of your happy times will see you through the grief. Jean, Cheri, Kathy, Kally- I will be thinking of all of you.

With love-

Jean and family, It is with a heavy heart that I send this. You have our heartfelt sympathy in the loss of Cecil. May God%u2019s loving arms surround you and give you the peace and understanding as only he can give .Cherish his memories as we will.

Thank you for your service to our country REST IN PEACE

I'm so sorry for your families loss, such a great man, great father, and wonderful friend to many. Peace be with you all, as he made many wonderful memories for you his family to share for ever. I myself will never forget the time he spent with Jay.

Uncle Cecil was a man to look up to and I remember him fondly. I treasure my hostas, transplanted many times as a tribute to a man with such a kind heart.