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Robert Garfield Anderson M.D.

New Berlin, Wisconsin

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WAUKESHA - Robert Garfield Anderson, M.D., 84, passed away on January 17, 2011. He was born on July 16, 1926 in Pyongyang, Korea to A. Garfield Anderson, M.D., and Hattie Florence (nee: Peterson) Anderson while they were serving as Methodist medical missionaries in Korea. Dr. Anderson served in...

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I purchased Bob's ophthalmology practice in Racine and had the opportunity to work with him for several years. To this day, I have never known a more decent man or a better Christian role model. It was an honor to have known him.

Dr Ron Allen

I'm very sadden by the lost of your father. He was know as DR bob at the dealership.It was always a good day when dr bob would stop by usually with some racine kringles and great conversation. He would stop by on the way or after seeing his wife ruth.He was always so proud of his kids talked about his recent trip down south .I'm originally from chicago so we had alot to talk about .I will miss this wonderful man my prayers are with all of you.Until we meet again Dr bob your friend always

Your family is in our prayers during this time.
Triad Retail Construction, Inc.

We both express our sorrow in this deep loss for your family. The times we were with Bob, we held the highest respect for him in every way.

We will continue to uplift all of you in our prayers.

Rev. Don and Janice Tyler
Charlotte, NC

I was so saddened to hear of Bob's passing. For the past 5 years my mother was a resident at The Virginia and whenever I visited her we ate in the small dining room where Ruth & Bob were eating. Over the years they met our entire family, and Bob was always gracious and friendly. I often played the organ for my mother, and Bob would sing. His favorite was "The Old Rugged Cross." I admired his devotion to Ruth, and we had many wonderful talks about our lives, Elmbrook Church...

It was my pleasure to know and work with Bob for many years here in Racine. I will say a prayer for him in church this Sunday.
Dennis Kontra MD

Your father lived a life of service to others - what a wonderful way to leave his mark on so many, including his children! Sending you a hug and comfort Christine. Lori Wallace

I share my cousin Doreen's thoughts and have very fond memories of our trips to the Quetico with Andy and his sons. Though I now live far away, I'm glad I was able to see him several times in the past few years.