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J.E. Foust & Son Funeral Directors

523 S Main ST, Grapevine, TX

OBITUARY

Gerald Scott Anderson

17 October, 195729 December, 2019
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Gerald Scott Anderson was born on 17 October, 1957 and passed away on 29 December, 2019.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Friday, 17 January , 2020
  • Military Service Friday, 17 January , 2020

Memories

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Dave Kurrus

January 13, 2020

I worked with Scott at the DFW hangar and commuted with him when we were force transferred to ATL. I was always glad to see him and we had some good times working together. We talked Texas high school football and good food. And man could he eat...and not gain a single pound! I was shocked to hear of his passing. So many fond memories of Scott and all the great men and women that at one time or another I've worked with at DFW. My sincere condolences to Scott and his family.
Thank you Scott, for being a part of my life and rest in peace.

Mark Jankowski

January 9, 2020

You were a great work mate and friend. Debbie and I will miss you. RIP Scott and condolences to your family.

Chris Ward

January 3, 2020

Scott was one of those guys you were happy to be assigned to work with. You just knew it was going to be a good night regardless of the task. The news of his passing brought some sadness along with smiles of the memories of him being him. Condolences to the family for their loss. His life most certainly made an impression on everyone he met.

DON WATTS

January 2, 2020

Scott,
Always brought a smile to everyone he met. All the Folks at Delta will miss him. We all had great fun working with him in DFW. Looked forward to seeing him, always kept us all laughing.

Lorri Garrett Peters

January 2, 2020

Scott and his family were the most giving and loving family. Scott and his dad taught me to water ski back in the early 70’s and they were so patient. They were determined for me to ski. We had so many fun times out in the water and it is still a love of mine to this day. Thank you Scott, I will miss you so much but will always think of you every time I’m on the water. Lorri

Joe Dunn

January 2, 2020

We wear it as a badge of Honor.
"DFW"
The memories we have of each other make it that way.
It was an Honor and a privilege to work with you.
Rest in Peace Scott

GAry Taylor

January 2, 2020

Scott was a valued member of the Delta Maintenance team and it was an honor to have worked with him. He was always ready to dive into the most difficult jobs. He was also always ready to poke a little fun at some of the ridiculous situations we found ourselves in, followed by that familiar smile. My deepest sympathies for Scott’s family.

Gabe Owens

January 2, 2020

Like many others here, I worked with Scott during the DFW glory days. What else can I say, that has not already been said? He was the only guy I know that could put away two grand slam breakfasts in one sitting. I'm pretty sure he had a hollow leg. My sincere condolences to the family he loved so dearly. Farewell and God speed to our talented, fun, friend. You will be deeply missed.

Marty Maskill

January 2, 2020

Scott has been a great friend for many years. We did a lot of fishing together back in the day. Those were always a good time, slinging fishin lures for hours on end. Even when he embedded a rattle trap in the back of my head... I was able to return the favor with a hook sliced into his arm ..
Great times with Scott, never to be forgotten !! Gods Speed !

Judy Johnson

January 2, 2020

We were in the same Spanish class and the class went to Ponchos for dinner, and Scott ate 12 plates of food. I still have that memory especially if I go out for Mexican food, not sure how he did it. It was really a shock to hear of his passing. Really sad, as I remember his days as a strong football athlete.

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