John Dee Anderson, Sr.,
74, of Carlisle, went home to glory on Tuesday, December 3, 2013, at the M. S. Hershey Medical Center. He
was born on March 17, 1939, in Saint Petersburg, FL, a son of the late John D. and Matherleen (Latimer) Anderson.
John graduated from Gibbs High School in St. Petersburg and served in the US Army. He was a retired
automobile and diesel mechanic and had worked for D. K. Hershey in Hanover. John was a member of the Church
of God In Christ, Steelton. John was an Evangelist and avid Bible teacher. He was a
member of American Legion Post 826, Carlisle.
is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 51 years, Bettye J. (Smiley) Anderson, three sons; John D. Anderson, Jr., of
Carlisle, Eugene K. Anderson of Austin TX and Marlon D. Anderson of Rahway, NJ, two daughters; Darlene L. Anderson of Carlisle
and Donna R. (John) Foster of Minot, ND, one brother, Nathaniel Anderson, five sisters; Altamese Taylor, Mary Cashwell, Katherleen
Anderson, Angela Roundtree, and Peggy Anderson and a host of grandchildren and extended family members.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, December 9, 2013, at
1 p.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, with Rev. Clarence Smiley officiating.
Burial with military honors by Cumberland County Honor Guard will be in Westminster Memorial Gardens, Carlisle.
A viewing will be held Monday from 12 noon until time of services. The family kindly requests no
flowers. Any cards or donations may be sent to the Anderson family, P. O. Box 694, Carlisle, PA 17013.
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In the quiet
moments when the hurt is hard to bear, may love become your shelter and may the beauty of precious memories be your comfort,
and may God provide you the strength in your time of need.
Darlene M. and Family
To my Sister Bettye, Darlene, Donna, Derrick, Eugene, Marlon and all my grand nieces and
nephews and other family members: We send our love and our continual prayers to you! Our prayer is that God will comfort
you and sustain you through the moments and weeks to come! Continue to stay connected with each other! For Where there is
unity, there is strength! Much love to All!
Matthew, Mozell, Michael, Mitchell, Marcus, Maria and Family
God is righteous and He loves us so much we all will be together with Him if
we love according to His word. To the family remember all the good times and cherish the memories. Soon we see
the glory of the Lord.
Love you all Barbara Atwster-Smiley
We send condolences from the Smileys from Dade City, Florida.
Darlene and Sister Anderson We are holding you up in prayer as you go through this time of loss and mourning
.be comforted in knowing the Elder Anderson has finished his race and has received his crown
We extend to you our deepest condolences as we accept and acknowledge
the will of God. We weep with you in your weeping, but we weep and sorrow not as those who have no
hope. With God given wisdom through the Holy Ghost, we will have discernment, sympathy and understanding as we pray for your
comfort, strengthening, healing and counsel. God will not grow weary in loving you and
increasing your power when you
feel weak,; He will give you the oil of joy for mourning and the Spirit of praise for the Spirit of heaviness, we will continually
pray for the entire family as He renews your strength like eagles. With love, compassion and prayers. Yours in Christ!
Elijah and Delnora Roberts
I Love you pop pop you will be missed greatly this is
from your oldest grandchild cha chi you taught me how to be a man. taught me how to brush my hair and keep it straight lol
be fresh like you always were. you gave me the clothes off your back. you were a good man and husband. God bless you. we
will see each other again someday. Love You ....
Favian Dion Padilla
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