George “Bud” Anderson Jr.Anderson, George bud

1930-2017

George “Bud” Anderson, Jr., age 87 of Edmond, OK passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017. Bud was born on March 15, 1930 in Oklahoma City to George, Sr. and Ada (Keller) Anderson. He graduated from Capitol Hill high school in 1948. He married his wife Beverly on July 14, 1951 in Midwest City, OK. Beverly preceded him in death in 2013, he was also preceded in death by his Parents George & Ada and Sister Nadine Arbuckle.

Bud was self-employed in the auto industry since moving to Edmond in 1951.

He is survived by his Children; Cheryl & Rodney Ferguson, Mike & Cindy Anderson, Chris & Lisa Anderson and Kelly & Robert LaRue; Grandchildren, Ryan & Stefanie Ferguson, Riley & Karris Tackett, Cory Anderson & fiancé Anna Smith, Christy Anderson, Chance Anderson, Lexi Anderson, Wyatt LaRue and Brooke LaRue; Great Grandchildren, Kamden Tackett, soon to be baby Ferguson; and Nieces, Rita & Richard Manning, and Vickie McKenzie. He is also survived by his beloved pet Mitzi.

Services will be held Friday, Sept. 15, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, with interment to follow at Gracelawn Cemetery, Edmond, OK. Celebration of life with family present will be held from 6:00-8:00 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 14th at Matthews Funeral Home – Visitation will be held on Thursday, Sept.14th from 12:00 – 8:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the St. Jude’s Children’s hospital.

Special thank you to all of his coffee shop buddies, friends, neighbors, and all of those at Virginia’s Place as well as Dr. Johnny Hickson and staff.

Three words sum up his life: Family, Friends, Fun

Comments

  1. Our condolences on your loss, praying that the Lord provides you courage and strength during this difficult time. May your memories of all the great times bring you some comfort. We will miss his southern charm and his sense of humor. Blessings, The Scharding/Lystlund/Lopez family.

  2. Thoughts and sympathy for the family in the loss of their father. He was a good gentlemen to have worked with known.

  3. Mike,Cindy and family. We are so sorry for your loss. Hug’s Prayer’s and love to each of you, Marsha and Greg Baxter

    • Marsha and Greg,
      Thank you for your kindness. We appreciate your prayers and ask that you continue with them as we face the days ahead.
      Thank you for thinking of us.

  4. Bud and Beverly Anderson were friends of my parents for many years. Bud’s
    parents lived next to us in south OKC when I was in grade school. Bud
    put seat covers in one of my Dad’s first cars. I have a few photos from the 50s
    of Bud and Beverly with my parents at Roman Nose State Park in Watonga and at
    what was Platt National Park in Sulphur, if family would like to see them
    (spdavis@lane-davis.com). In later years, Bud built a golf cart trailer for my Dad and
    generously loaned me a trailer to carry materials when we were building our
    house. He enjoyed recalling old times together with my folks. Bud attended my
    Dad’s funeral a few years ago and I regret that I was out of town for his
    memorial service and was not able to return the honor, but I am grateful
    for his long-term friendship with my parents and his kindness to me.

    • Steve, thank you so much for your kind words. Dad thought so much of Joe, Mary Lou and the family that they raised. He loved to reminisce about the good times that he and mom shared with your parents. He was always impressed with Joe’s artistic abilities and spoke of the kindness of your mom.
      We are grateful that they were life long friends.
      We would love to see and photos that you might have. I will email you at the address that you listed.
      Thank you for your kind tribute to dad.

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