Terry Wayne Anderson
August 23, 1960 – July 10, 2018
TERRY WAYNE ANDERSON ( Chief as many called him) August 23,1960-June 10,2018
Memorial Services will be held on Friday, June 20, 2018; Time: 11:00am at Advent Lutheran Church, location: 5901 San Juan Ave., Citrus Heights, CA. It’s on San Juan Ave. In between Madison Ave. and Greenback Lane .
Gathering after Service. Anyone who can bring food would be appreciated. Could you contact Carol Anderson at 916-256-7804 if you can.
Terry was/is Loved by many, acknowledged in his life on earth for his Love of humanity, his loyalty to Family and Friends, his caring to the point he always put himself last. He always tried to be there for others before himself, especially family and Veterans in need. He was a Jack-of-all-Trades and an Army Veteran. Put a fishing pole in his hands, a sleeping bag and the kids and he was ecstatic.
TERRY LEFT THIS EARTH PEACEFULLY.
He is survived by Wife and best friend of 36 years, 11 months: Carol; Mother, Lois; Brothers: Jerry Jr, Mark and Robert (brother-in-law ); Sisters: Linda and Wendy; Sons: Jonathan and Jason. The Grandchildren he loved and treated as his own: Ashley (He called her “His baby Girl “), Christopher and Angelina. He even knew his Great-Grandchildren: Noah, Elias, Layla and Silas. He built remote control planes with Noah and Elias. He always had time for them. Dave Abrams, a fellow veteran who stayed by his side, said “We take care of our own”. Thank you Dave.
Terry you will always and forever be in our hearts and mind. Your are truly loved.
- Memorial Service Friday, July 20, 2018
Terry Wayne Anderson
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July 13, 2018
Death is so unfair. The scriptures tell us that death is the “last enemy” to be brought to nothing. In the meantime, may your family find comfort in God’s word at Rev 21:4 which says: “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”