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Robert John (Bob) Anderson

Jan 08, 1927 - Apr 29, 2022

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Robert John (Bob) Anderson was the first child born to Alma Widerburg (Jack) Anderson and Eva Ellen Hargrave Anderson on January 8, 1927, at the home of his grandparents in Rexburg, Idaho. A younger brother Valgene (Gene) Stanley Anderson and a younger sister Mary Kaye Anderson also joined the f...

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May 4

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Wednesday, May 4, 2022
1:00 pm

Franklin County Funeral Home

56 S. State Street
Preston, ID 83263

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Robert John (Bob) Anderson

January 08, 1927 - April 29, 2022

 
 

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Gael Bohannon, daughter of Shirley & Roy Anderson May 2, 2022

Forgiveness rests our souls and minds, and helps to heal our hearts.

Gael Bohannon, daughter of Shirley & Roy Anderson May 2, 2022

My earliest memory of Cousin Bob was in the 50s. He visited our home in Seattle, WA and brought each of us a beautiful shell from Tahiti. My second memory was of his visit to my husband and me in Kirkland, WA, with his wife, Pauline. It was so nice to see them both and, and a chance for them to see their Aunt Shirley (my Mother) who was approaching 90. I visited Cousin Bob last Fall, after being contacted by Cousin Vicki, telling me that he was failing. And once again, I visited him and had the opportunity to say good-bye this past April. Through the years, we corresponded by email, snail mail and once in a while on the phone. It was such a pleasure to know this man. It was good talking about relatives; some of which I have never met. Our favorite talks were of dogs - my Dad's (Uncle Roy) and his. Rest in peace Cuz!

I want to also thank Cousin Vicki for her perseverance making sure Bob had what he needed, cared for him and kept in touch with me. She was certainly a Godsend for him.

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