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Lincoln Funeral Home

406 H Street, Lincoln, CA

OBITUARY

Cecil Waldemor Anderson

July 29, 1926May 16, 2020
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Cecil Waldemor Anderson was born on July 29, 1926 and passed away on May 16, 2020 and is under the care of Lincoln Funeral Home.

Visitation will be held on May 23, 2020 at 3:00 pm at Lincoln Funeral Home, 406 H Street, Lincoln, CA.

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  • Visitation

    Saturday, May 23, 2020

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Polly Webb

May 23, 2020

Harriett and Family, we extend our sympathy and our admiration of your courage throughout Wally's final journey. While Wally did not have Covid-19, it's effect was profound on him and all of us with the posting of "No Visitors." How hard that was for each of you and those of us at a distance. What a relief was felt when finally you could visit! He loved you all dearly! And so do we!

Now we can all take comfort from our memories, each with our own "piece" of Wally. My big "piece" was as "Wally's little sister," a lable I wore proudly all my life.

In the days ahead know our love and support is with each of you!

"Polly" Virginia Anderson and Ralph Webb; Pam and Ralph B. Webb; Ellie, Brian, Paige, Alexis and Griffin Stanoch; Betsy, Richard and Rafael Castro; Carla, Doug and Kaitlyn Webb.

Wally with his parents Fritz and Minnie Anderson and brothers and sisters Fritzie, Quintin, Wally, Delbert (Ghosty) and Virginia (Polly) at the 50th wedding anniversary. March 2, 1968.

Min Greenwell

May 22, 2020

To Dear Uncle Wally, Dear Aunt Harriet and their wonderful family: I met uncle Wally the first time in San Diego in 2009 on my wedding day. He sang a special song "Because" during our wedding ceremony and cousin Kurt was our wedding photographer. Aaron and I always wanted to visit him but we did not make it and we felt very sad. We will miss you very much in the future. Below is a link to the song mentioned...
https://youtu.be/ZN5QyIkbf8U

Rena Shawver

May 22, 2020

It's been a while since my last visit with Uncle Wally, but he made a big impact on my life. From the time I was little, Wally's big sister Fritzie, my mother, would pack us in the car to drive to Colorado for family gatherings. Uncle Wally, Aunt Harriet and my "boy cousins from California" were often there. I remember just being in his presence and feeling good about it. As an educator, Uncle Wally could tease in a gentle way that made a point. His smile was huge and infectious. When he sang, his booming voice held your attention. His cheery disposition made people feel good -- a rare gift to find in people these days. Uncle Wally was a rare gift. I'm grateful to have known him and appreciate the good memories he created. We were lucky to have him for so long. There is no doubt that he is now singing (loudly) with angels! He will be greatly missed. With loving memories, Rena

Deborah Shawver

May 22, 2020

Dear Aunt Harriet, Blair, Kurt, Eric and the rest of the family,

I am thinking of all of you and send my heartfelt condolences. "Uncle Wally" always brightened the room with his big smile, booming voice and sense of humor. I am so glad that I got to see him (and Aunt Harriet) in Greeley at our last family gathering. Perhaps we can gather sometime in the future. We will always have good memories. For now, I send my love and hugs to all of you. I hope you are finding comfort and peace.
Love, your niece and cousin,
Debby

roberta shawver

May 22, 2020

I want to extend my deepest sympathy especially to Aunt Harriett, my cousins and their families and Aunt Polly. Though I know we were very lucky to have Uncle Wally in our lives for so many years, it is always difficult to say good bye. He was so very special to me throughout my life, and I will miss his lively sense of humor, the stories of his students, and his exquisite tenor voice that graced so many family events. It wouldn’t be a wedding without his, “Because.” He has graced us with many special memories to treasure.

roberta shawver

May 22, 2020

Carol Greenwell

May 22, 2020

The pictures are wonderful. Such a love story!

roberta shawver

May 22, 2020

I want to extend my deepest sympathy especially to Aunt Harriett, my cousins and their families and Aunt Polly. Though I know we were very lucky to have Uncle Wally in our lives for so many years, it is always difficult to say good bye. He was so very special to me throughout my life, and I will miss his lively sense of humor, the stories of his students, and his exquisite tenor voice that graced so many family events. It wouldn’t be a wedding without his, “Because.” He has graced us with many special memories to treasure.

Carol Greenwell

May 22, 2020

Our Dearest Uncle Wally will be missed so very much. I first remember his big smile and the sparkle in his eye esp. when telling a joke or story. He always encouraged us to be the best we could be and to reach for the stars. It was always special when he would visit us in Colorado and bring beautiful Aunt Harriett and our handsome Cousins. We wish we could be there in person to celebrate with you all but since that is not possible at this time please consider yourself hugged and you have all our love and condolences.

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