Jason Peter Anderson

October 11, 1983December 29, 2020

Jason Peter Anderson, age 37, of Temple, Texas passed away on Tuesday, December 29, 2020 at Baylor Scott and White Hospital from cancer. Jason was a banker with BBVA Compass in Temple, formerly of Waco. He earned his Bachelors in Accounting from Texas A&M Corpus Christi. He was a life long Texas resident of Temple, Belton, Waco and Corpus Christi. He is survived by his mother Billie Anderson Bartolucci and husband Giovanni Bartolucci of Belton, father, Frank Anderson and wife Jenell Anderson of Salado, brother Benjamin Anderson of Belton, grandparents, Bill and Joy Steinbach of Belton and the late Ray and Peggy Anderson of Fenton, Michigan. Step-brother, Giulianno of Itlay, step-brother, Lt. Commander Andrew Meachum and wife Regina Meachum of Bailey, Mississippi, step-sister, Monica Wilson and husband Dan of Harker Heights and many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. He was born October 11, 1983 in Temple, Texas to Frank Anderson and Billie Steinbach. A service will be held for Jason at 3:00pm on January 9, at 3:00pm at Radiant Church of Waco, TX, 1535 Wooded Acres Drive, 76710. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Radiant Church in Jason's name. Services are pending with Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home, Temple. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Anderson family.


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Lisa Hoelscher

January 8, 2021

We are so heartbroken over Jason's early death. Jason fought a strong, courageous fight during these past months. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time.
In peace,
Doug, Lisa, Collin and Sidney Hoelscher

Matt Ridley

January 5, 2021

I am so very sorry for your loss, Frank and family. Jason was a great guy and an absolute class act; I always enjoyed getting to visit with him. It is so heartbreaking to lose him, especially at such a young age, but I know he is in and at peace. May many fond memories bring you peace as well.

With all my soul,
~Matt Ridley

Chuck and Deb Steinbach

January 5, 2021

Dear Billie and whole Steinbach clan and Anderson clan,
You are in our thoughts and prayers as you grieve the death of Jason. As I read the obituary and saw his photo, I said WOW! He looks so much like Bill Steinbach, so handsome! We pray you can focus on the many special memories and joys you had together. He was a fine young man.
May you take comfort in the promise and love of Our Lord who promised to prepare a place for Jason and all of us. We look forward to being with him again.
Peace+ Chuck and Deb Steinbach, Yorkville, Illinois 60560

Emily Sturgell

January 5, 2021

I'm the oldest sibling in my family, but I grew up with two big brothers in the Anderson family. I have always appreciated the time my cousin Jason put into his relationships with me and my brother. I cherish countless hours of Halo 3 and trips for ice cream when he got his driver's license. I remember fishing trips and (many) practical jokes. He was one of few people who always had something to say or ask about whichever book I was worming my way though. And, I am forever grateful that he introduced me to Star Wars: a pivotal moment in my life that ultimately led me down the path I'm on today.

As an adult, I admired the honesty and courage he developed facing his struggles in life and the way he took the time to be kind to everyone around him. He was a thoughtful, loving member of my family and I miss him tremendously.

Amy Sturgell

January 5, 2021

When Jason was born, I became an aunt. I have loved him every day since. He grew into a tall, handsome man with a kind heart and a smile that could light up the room. My family will miss him everyday until we see him again. We will cherish the many happy memories we have of him until that time.

Yva Barbour

January 2, 2021

Jason will forever hold a special place in my heart, because he helped me during a very difficult time in my life. My newborn son needed a dad, and Jason stepped up to the job like a natural. Even though things didn’t work out like we’d hoped and we went our separate ways, I believe my son is the sweet loving boy he is today, due in part because of the love that Jason gifted him from the start. Jason also helped me make the transition from a stay-at-home mom to a working mom, and I’ll forever be grateful to have known him.