Charles Scott Anderson
July 5, 1963 – September 7, 2021
Charles Scott Anderson, 58, of Richmond, VA passed away on September 7, 2021. He is preceded in death by his mother, Barbara A. Wyatt and his niece, Cierra Chrzanowski. He is survived by his father, Charles N. Anderson; sisters, Cindi Chrzanowski (Tim) and Debbie Dick (Terry); and three nephews, Trey, Joshua, and Zachary.
Scott achieved many things in his life. He was the first person to learn how to drive a car at the Cerebral Palsy Center in Richmond Virginia. He graduated from J. Sergeant Reynolds College with a degree in CADD Design and worked for many companies including Fluor Daniels, Sears, and even the Navy. He became an ordained minister in 1996. Scott enjoyed lawn maintenance, travel, and loved animals. He was a thoughtful, caring person who always put others before himself. He will be missed by all who loved him.
The family will receive friends from 2-4pm and 6-8pm on Monday, September 13, 2021 at Woody Funeral Home, 1771 N. Parham Rd., Richmond, VA 23229, where a service will be held the following day, September 14 at 12pm. Interment will follow at Westhampton Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Scott’s name to the Louisa Humane Society, PO Box 1837 Louisa, VA 23093.
Monday, September 13, 2021
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Charles Scott Anderson
September 14, 2021
I clearly remember growing up with a remarkable young Scott. From all I read, he grew up to become quite a remarkable man. My love and condolence to Charles, Debbie, Cindi and all of the Anderson family. Your childhood friend, Kathy Marie.
Noel and Nancy Prothero
September 13, 2021
Scott was fun to be around, great to know. He was very patient and kind. His high intelligence was apparent, even though his speech was difficult to follow sometimes. He is remembered fondly. We like to think of him in heaven now, able to walk, run, and even dance.
September 12, 2021
Dear Cindi, Tim and your dad Mr Anderson
Our family is so sorry on the loss of your brother/son. I know how much you each loved him and took care of him. May the positive family memories you have with Scott help in the healing process. Cindi I know how much you did as his big sister and know he appreciated all of it. Hugs and love from the Seeleys
Donna Randy and Colby
September 10, 2021
Scott - one of my strongest, bravest, kindest and optimistic friends. We share 58 years of memories. My favorite memory is the play that the neighborhood gang created one summer. It was a Western-style production. You were the bartender and star of the most memorable scene which occurred in your bar. Your dramatic line: "Wipe your feet, cowboy" shouted with such intensity!! Our audience (parents and one very devoted mailman) exploded in applause (and your friends and fellow actors exploded with laughter)!
I am certain you are running fast and free and giving the other angels in heaven a piece of your mind! Rest easy, my friend.
September 9, 2021
RIP my friend we will miss you. This place won't be the same without you. We love you.
Jamie & Audrey