James R. Anderson

April 11, 1931 - July 10, 2009

04/11/1931 - 07/10/2009

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Cemetery
Thursday January 01, 2009
Columbiana County Memorial Park
16078 Irish Ridge Road
East Liverpool, OH 43920
330-385-2190 | Directions

James R. Anderson, age 78, formerly of Macrum Street in Dixonville, East Liverpool, Ohio died on Friday, July 10, 2009, at the Adkins Care Center # 2 after an extended Illness.

Born in East Liverpool on April 11, 1931, Mr. Anderson was the son of the late Robert and Margaret Ronhausen Anderson. He had lived his entire life living in East Liverpool working as a Tool Setter at the Homer Laughlin China Co. until retiring in 1993 and owned and operated the Anderson’s Lawn Mower Repair and Saw Sharpening.

He was a Veteran serving with the U.S. Army and was a member of Post 374 of the American Legion in East Liverpool.

Mr. Anderson was preceded in death by his wife, Susie Ann Burton Anderson in 2003, they were married in 1957.

Survivors include two sons, James “Bobby” Anderson and David L. Anderson both of East Liverpool, two sisters, Mildred “Mitzi” Mercer of Calcutta and Marci Brenneman of Tampa, Florida. Five grandchildren, David, Christopher, Joseph, Jason, and Katie Anderson and one Great Granddaughter, Kaylee Anderson.

In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Marybelle Bayer and Susie Stovall.

Private services will be held at a later date with burial to follow in Columbiana Co. Memorial Park.

Arrangements are being handled by the Calcutta Chapel of the Martin MacLean Altmeyer Funeral Homes.

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chuck robbie bayer
7 years ago

BOBBY AND DAVE I JUST LEARNED OF OF OF YOUR LOSS, WE ARE SORRY TO HEAR, CALL ME IF ANYTHING I CAN DO.MY NUNBER IS 330 386 3949. A LOT OF GOOD MEMORIES ON MONACA ST AND WELLS HOLLOW RD, MEMORIES TO ALWAYS THINK ABOUT

Connie Jackson and Roy Ward
7 years ago

Bobby, David and your Families,

I am so sorry for your loss, first your mom and now your dad, I send you my deepest condolences. They will be dearly missed, I still remember when we moved back here and was living at gmas, and we would come over to you house and hang outthose were fun times Aunt susie was soooo funny, I’ll never forget her:-. If you need anything just let me know.

love Ya’s

Connie Jackson Ward

and Family.