Kenneth A Anderson

Born April 15, 1923

Kenneth Arthur Anderson, 88, of Rogers passed away Wednesday December 21, 2011. He was born April 15, 1923 in Lockport, Illinois to the late Arthur and Minnie (Thomas) Anderson. Kenneth was a veteran, serving his country in the Army during WWII. Memorials can be made to the American Society of Nephrology. Online condolences can be made at Arrangements under the direction of Rollins Funeral Home, Rogers, AR.


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Pam Wood

January 1, 2012

Had little time with Mr. Ken but have heard MANY wonderful comments about his life here @ Innisfree.


Dick Schwartzbard

December 27, 2011

Ken was one of my supervisors many years ago and we became good friends. I have many fond memories of Ken and our times together. He was a great guy.

William Parks

December 26, 2011

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Jim Anderson

December 26, 2011

Bud was such a wonderful brother in law and friend. He and my sister, Marjorie, took me in when mother died and has been there for me all these years. I will always treasure our times together and the stories of his adventures in the CIA. I know he is not lonesome now.
Jim L. Anderson, Stillwater, OK.

December 25, 2011

Ken served his country with distinction ,commencing with his service during WWII with the Office of Strategic Services--America's First Intelligence Agency. (OSS). He was admired and respected by his

Art Reinhardt, Great Falls, VA

December 24, 2011

I am Arthur Anderson, Ken was my dad and he really was a great man. Born and raised in a small town in Illinois, he raised us, his family, all over the world, Germany, Japan, Athens Greece...He really showed us a lot of what the world was about... I will always love him and miss him . He was wonderful to us.... Arthur Anderson

December 24, 2011

For I know the plans I have for you says the Lord, plans for good and not for evil. Dad, we were blessed that God's plan held you with us for 88 years and He brought you to be with Him in the blink of an eye. No more pain and no more suffering. We love you and will miss you.
Much love, Robyn (Rock Hill, SC)

Edmund Curtis

December 23, 2011

Oh, Dad the 15 th of April will be a dreary day wil the Newbourgh you always...going to Rodgers etc

Karen Crisler

December 23, 2011

Such a wonderful life with so many memories. Most of my memories of my Uncle Bud are of family vacations to DC and lots of fun times spent together. One of my favorite times is when we all wore matching outfits at Christmas in Lockport. Thoughts, prayers of comfort and the love of family will be with all of you. Cousin Karen

December 23, 2011

A treasured uncle and a treasured life. Our love and prayers are with you. May warm memories give you comfort and peace.
Mike and Nancy