Freddy Lee Anderson

December 13, 1950March 3, 2013
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Freddy Lee Anderson, 62, of Clemmons, NC, passed away March 3, 2013. Mr. Anderson was born December 13, 1950, in Charlotte, NC. He was the son of Billy Anderson and Maybelle Williams Anderson. He was preceded in death by his father Billy Anderson and his brother, Jimmy Anderson. He is survived by his beloved wife, Tina, son Bryan Anderson and wife Carol, grandson Cole Anderson, his mother Maybelle Anderson and sister Pamela McGourty. A service to celebrate Freddy’s life will be held 12:00 PM Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at McEwen Funeral Service at Sharon Memorial Park, 5716 Monroe Road, Charlotte, NC 28212. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers contributions made to the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice House, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston Salem, NC 27103, in memory of Freddy would be greatly appreciated. Notes of condolences and encouragement may be left at


  • Visitation Wednesday, March 6, 2013
  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, March 6, 2013

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Charles Morgan

March 8, 2013

If I were able to write a book about Fred and our “Adventures” I'm not sure if it would make a best seller, but it would be to me, along with many others commenting here.
Growing up together you could not ask for, or want for a better friend.
Fred you were and always will be my “Friend”, “Confidant” and “Antagonist”. God we loved to pick at each other…………………………….
Until we meet again………………………..

Cindy Kester Barr

March 8, 2013

I knew Freddy in high school, as a kind and gentle person. I am so sad to receive this news. God love his family, and comfort them.

Linda Arrigo

March 6, 2013

I worked with Fred for many years at Wachovia. He was such a nice guy. A real man's man. I always enjoyed his stories. He would always tell us about his 'honey do' list that was never finished!

KC Meadows

March 6, 2013

I'm so saddened to hear this about Fred.
I worked with Fred at Wachovia. He was a contractor for our team and ALWAYS the life of the party!
He had SO MANY funny stories to tell (my favorite was the snake that bit him on the hand, he shook it off, sucked the venom out of his hand, and kept on cleaning in the wood pile! LOL!!!).
Not only was he a ‘superb' programmer but he had great taste in classic cars… and boats!
He LOVED to hunt and the venison jerky that he would bring us after deer hunting was WONDERFUL! He was VERY generous and had a very big heart as well!
And his classic saying when his contracts would end was, “I've gotta go work down the ‘honey-do' list for Tina, but I'll be back!” (He loved his family and would often talk about you guys and show pictures with a proud look on his face.)
I always looked when I walked through the annex of our building because you never knew when or where Fred would turn up the next time.
He will TRULY be missed!
To the family, you are all in my prayers! May God grant you the peace and strength that you need to get through this difficult time.

George Brooks

March 6, 2013

Freddy was one of those rare persons who always made you feel better whenever he was around. He was a special, uplifting individual who will be fondly remembered and deeply missed.

March 6, 2013

Fred, I will miss the golf and 24oz Icehouses until we meet again.


Sue Wingate

March 6, 2013

Tina, what a great picture of Fred you chose! So wonderful to remember him in a time of joy. He did have a lot of joys in life, especially you. Praying for you.

Kitsy Bizri

March 6, 2013

I grew up with Freddy on McMillen and Dade Streets. After not seeing him for forty years, I was fortunate to rconnect with him at a class reunion. So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers with you.

Brant Hart

March 6, 2013

Sorry to hear about Freddy's death. He was in my World History class at Garinger. I'm thankful that I was able to see him at a recent Garinger reunion. My sympathy goes out to the Anderson family.


March 5, 2013

We played together as children, We went all the way through school together, did a lot of hunting, & fishing together as youth, Your a good guy and a good friend you will be missed.