Carl L. Anderson: In Our Care July 19, 2018
Carl L. Anderson
In Our Care…
Stewartsville, MO…….Carl L. Anderson, 77, of Stewartsville, Mo., passed away on Thursday, July 19, 2018 at Laverna Village, in St. Joseph, Mo.
Memorial service will be held with Military Honors, at Turner Family Funeral Home, Stewartsville, Mo. on Tuesday, July 31 at 11 a.m., with Pastor Paul Zimmerman officiating.
Visitation will be held on Monday July 30, at Turner Family Funeral Home, where the family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m.
A private family inurnment will follow at a later date.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Turner Family Funeral Home of Stewartsville, Mo.
Carl was born in Maryville, Missouri, to Milan P. and Velma M. (Giffin) Anderson, on November 17, 1940. On July 23, 1967, he married Sherry Bollinger in Union Star, Mo. They celebrated 51 years together.
Carl earned a Masters Degree and taught Industrial Arts for much of his career, serving for over 25 years in the Stewartsville C-2 School District. He was a long time member of American Legion Post #508, having served his nation two years in the U.S. Army.
Carl is survived by his wife Sherry, of the home, two children: Rae Lynn Stroud, of St Joseph, and Ryan (Tracy) Anderson, of Stewartsville, two grandchildren: Kaylea and Stevie, siblings: Roger (Billie Jean) Anderson, Graham, Mo., Lois (David Crooks) Anderson, Guilford, Mo., Lila O’Riley, Graham, Mo., and Dennis (Agnes) Anderson, Barnard, Mo., and many other relatives and a host of friends who knew him as,”Meter.”
He was preceded in death by his parents and a son in law, Stephen Stroud.
Carl was a good friend and a beloved dad and grandpa. He was a bit ornery, always smiling.
Memorial contributions may be made to: American Legion Post #508, Stewartsville, in care of the funeral home.
It is with great sadness that learn of Carl’s passing. I will forever remember him as not only a fine teacher, but one who made us laugh. Rest in peace my military brother and know that we now have the watch.
We were so sorry to hear about your husband passing. Debra & I will see you Monday night. Many prayers your way our special friend.
Much love to the family, sure will miss Meter. He was a good man, awesome teacher and had the sense of humor everyone loved. Sherry, Rae, Ryan and the Grandkids, I am very sorry for your loss but you were are blessed to have him in your lives, he loved you all very much. I’m sorry we are not able to make it but we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
Sherry & family, my prayers & thoughts are with you, I remember when we was neighbors in Clarksdale & the good times we had.
So very sorry to read of Dennis’ passing, but grateful that his suffering is over. I pray that your memories of him will give you comfort, and the love you share with him will bring you peace in the coming days.
Sherry & Family, I am so sorry to hear of Carl’s passing. May the Good Lord keep you in his care and bless you in your time of grief.
We were sorry to see in the paper that Carl had passed away. We were South Nodaway friends, Sam in his class and Joan a year behind. We agree with the words in the obituary – “a little ornery and always with a smile.” We send condolences along with our wish you find comfort in faith, family, and friends.
Sherry: we read of your husband’s passing in the St. Joseph paper. We are so very sorry that you are going through all this pain and sorrow. We want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are by your side for the coming days. If we can do something for you that would help, please let us know. We also are married 51 years, have two grown sons and two grandkids and live in Jefferson City, MO. We have wondered many times, as we went through Union Star on the way to Stanberry, where you were and what you were doing. You have our love, Bearcat buddy for always