WIlliam "Bill"-Anderson, II-Obituary

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WIlliam "Bill" Smith Anderson, II

Sarasota, Florida

Nov 13, 1945 – Aug 20, 2018 (Age 72)


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Toale Brothers Colonial Chapel - Sarasota Obituary

William Smith “Bill“ Anderson, II was born in Johnson City, TN on November 13, 1945 and passed away in Venice, FL on August 20, 2018 at the age of 72. 

Bill graduated from Miami High School in 1963 and immediately enlisted in the United States Navy, where he served until his Honorable...

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Bill was a great guy and a pleasure to know.

When I think of Bill and Cindy I always think of open water and boating.

Rest in peace my friend.

Enjoyed knowing and working with Bill.

My husband Fred enjoyed Bills company at the Living Room in the Friendship Center. They both experienced the same disease. Now they are enjoying each others company in heaven. Cindy and I will continue our friendship thru this journey of life without them. Stay strong Cindy.

I had the honor and pleasure to have worked with Bill on Miami Fire Rescue for many years. He taught me how to tie fishing lures and make fishing rods along with a some awesome fishing trips. We are deeply saddened to hear of his passing. Our thoughts and prayers for him and family. He was a great American!

Cindy, my thoughts have been with you for days. I wish for you and your family whatever gives you peace at this very difficult time ❤

Bill was a wonderful neighbor of 6 years to me as a newcomer on the block; he always had a smile on and his heart of gold was always shining!
Godspeed to you, Bill! You will be deeply missed by myself and my family- we will keep you in our thoughts....your friendship will never be forgotten. ❤

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

You are now with some of our special family members that are having that beautiful family reunion without us.

I have and will always remember when Bill and Cindy lived with us in Virginia Beach for a period of time and they used to take us kids for ice cream to Dipper Dan's. Bill was up for trying any flavor we suggested, including what looked like tar but must have been licorice.