Woodward – Graveside service for Eugene R. "Bob" Anderson, 64, will be at 10 AM Wednesday at Elmwood Cemetery with the Rev. Marion Condits officiating. Burial will be under the direction of Billings Funeral Home.
Anderson died Saturday, June 5, 1993 at the Woodward Hospital and Health Center.
He was born August 25, 1928, in Gardner, Illinois, to Ervel and Ethel Anderson. He attended school in Gardner and went to work for the Ideal Manufacturing Company as a bookkeeper. He was inducted into the U. S. Army and served in the Korean Conflict before his discharge in 1953. He married Ann Knox in October 1955 in Gardner. They lived there for short time before moving to Los Angeles. He began working as an Accounts Receivable Analyst for IBM Corporation. In the early 1960s, they moved to San Bruno, California, where he continued at IBM until his retirement in 1985.
They moved to Woodward in 1986. He played piano for several restaurants, community theater, museum auctions and other events. He was a member of the Woodward Moose Lodge and the Woodward Elks Lodge.
He is survived by three daughters, Cindy Anderson of Seattle, Denise Anderson of Hartford, California, and Renée Randolph of Redwood Shores, California; two sisters, Charlene and Marlene, both of Gardner, and two grandchildren.
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