JOHN M.-ANDERSEN-Obituary

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JOHN M. ANDERSEN

Menasha, Wisconsin

1931 - 2018 (Age 86)

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WESTGOR FUNERAL HOME - Menasha Obituary

John M. Andersen, age 86, passed away peacefully on April 27, 2018 at Cherry Meadows Hospice.  He was born October 13, 1931, the youngest of four sons to Soren and Mary (Heiderer) Andersen of Lake Mills. John married Phyllis Sell on January 6, 1955 in Watertown; they raised their three children...

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We are so very sorry to hear of your loss. John and Phyllis lived across the street from us for many years and were such wonderful people. John always made us laugh with his unique sense of humor. We will miss his wit and friendship.
Lil and Rick Fahrenkrug

Sorry to hear of John's passing. John and Phyllis were great people, and great long time friends of my parents Charles and Lois Kuhl (Lake Mills). Whenever we met he was always fun, thoughtful and full of life. Rest in Peace.

Dear Mary and Karen and families,
You have our sincere sympathy at the passing of your father. Our father, John Hay, will miss him. Your father kindly took ours for weekly rides in the surrounding area, stopping for lunch along the way. Sometimes they would be gone for a couple of hours. Our father enjoyed those rides. We too enjoyed lunches with both of them, occasionally. Your father will be missed.
Sincerely,
Deb Halberg and Janice Suutala and our families.

Mary/Karen,
Please accept my deepest sympathy to you and your family in the loss of your dear father. May God grant you peace during your time of grief. Rm. 15:33

Thank you very much for your service in the US Army in war time R. I. P

I was so sad to hear about John. It dawned on me that I hadn't seen him in church for a bit. It won't seem right, seeing that chair in front empty. Thoughts & prayers go out to his family. God bless you all.

John...Tom and I really loved having you as our next door neighbor. We always enjoyed your smile, humor, and conversation. We will deeply miss you. Rest peacefully John.
Tom and Marlene Thomson

I first met John almost 4 years ago when I joined The St Pat's St. Vincent De Paul Conference. I have found him to be just as Paul and Kathy Fellenz discribed him, plus he made me smile and laugh a lot when I would come to his place with St, Vincent De Paul paper work and we would visit a bit! I am really going to miss those visits!

Thank you for your service to our country. May you rest in peace.