Charles Thomas Anderson

November 13, 1931December 12, 2010

Anderson, Charles “Chuck” Thomas, (Age 79) Chuck was born July, 2, 1931 to John and Anna Anderson being the 7th of 10 children. He served in the Army in Korea. He was an amazing husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. His life was filled with multiple medical problems, but he loved the Lord and relied on Him for strength. He was a truck driver, lumber yard worker and logger. Chuck was a dare devil and enjoyed trying things that might hurt him. He loved playing and coaching baseball, riding horses, motorcycles and four wheelers. Mary, his wife of 55 years, was by his side at his passing. He is survived by his children, Rick (Bekki), Russ (Jackie), Shelly (Keith) Fifer, all of Colbert, WA, and Rawly (Lori) of Arizon; 10 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren, multiple step grandchildren and step great-grandchildren; a brother, Richard (Billye) of Colbert; sisters, Edith Craft of Auburn and Mary Williams of Spokane; and numerous nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 A.M on Saturday, December 18, 2010 at the Colbert Chapel, 4922 E Bernhill Rd, Colbert, WA 99005. Donations can be made to Colbert Chapel Benevolent Fund or CCC, 4922 E Bernhill Rd, Colbert, WA 99005. Thank you to the Royal Park staff and Holy Family Hospital Special Care.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, December 18, 2010

Charles Thomas Anderson

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Shelly Fifer

January 6, 2011

I miss you dad! I miss seeing you when I walk in the front door, I miss having you call me just to see how my day was or to see how I'm enjoying the snow! You will always be my hero and the first man I ever loved with all of my heart. I'm still holding on to the day I get to hear you say to me again "You'll always be my little girl!" I love you dad! We'll see each other again someday.

Bob Harmon

December 27, 2010

Glad that you didn't catch all the trout in the lakes around Spokane or beat all the time in cards. Will say that I enjoyed the times together and the thoughts shared by you. You certainly where a strong man to endure the pains of life. We can hold to the promise that there is coming a better life for all of us.

Randy Harmon

December 27, 2010

God is receiving, not taking one of those individuals you will never forget. Chuck was truly amazing in sharing and making the fun for us kids growing up. He will truly be missed. Prayers to all of the Anderson’s.

Jason Hand

December 26, 2010

I remember showing up for my first Sunday lunch. The house was full of family, the food was piling up on the dinner table. I was the new guy and I remember Grandpa Chuck just started talking to me as if I had been there a thousand times before. Grandpa Chuck always made me feel welcome and was always sure to crack a joke and make me laugh. Rest in Peace...

Jennifer Waltering

December 26, 2010

Will miss those crazy 4-wheeler rides to the candy store every weekend and the fun rides in the big orange truck. I will never forget your talent for making up crazy words to CMT music lol. I love and will miss you alot, can't wait to meet up again, Don't pee on any electric fences up there lol. Thanks dad for posting this. LOVE YOU!!!

Kathy Anderson

December 24, 2010

Grandpa was always am amazing man. I miss you so much papa. I cant wait to see you again and go on crazy truck rides in the sky with you. I LOVE YOU GRANDPA.

Kelly Roland

December 24, 2010

Gpa Chuck! You were an amazing man! I will always love and miss you. Hold a spot up there for me someday and Please tell Jesus I said Thank you! Have fun chasing those doves up there!
Love you Gpa!

Mark Anderson

December 24, 2010

The Best Uncle also I will miss you stopping up and racing a couple of laps with Wyatt and the laughs we had.

Rawly Anderson

December 24, 2010

The best husband, father, grandpa and friend.
I will miss our phone calls, but we will have lots to talk about when we see each other again.

Jo Jung

December 23, 2010

I am so sorry for your loss, and pray that the Lord will hold you close and be
a great comfort to you. May His peace cover you, and we hold to our eternal
hope, knowing that we will all be together again. With love to you Mary, Jo Jung