Jack C. Anderson

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Jack C. Anderson passed away January 11, 2016. He was born January 10, 1936, in Casper, Wyoming, to Johnnie D. Anderson and Helen M. Witherspoon Anderson. The family moved from Wyoming to Thrall, KS where he attended grade school, graduating from Hamilton Kansas High School. He attended Emporia State Teachers College, Emporia, KS; Arkansas City Junior College, Arkansas City KS; and Oklahoma State University. He spent 35 years in the oil industry, starting as a summer roustabout for Sinclair Oil & Gas and advanced to District Superintendent for ARCO Oil and Gas.

After moving his family across OK, KS, and TX, he ended his career with ARCO in Ardmore, OK, and then spent 7 years as District Manager of the Arbuckle Master Conservancy District at Davis, OK. Upon his second retirement, he and his wife moved to OKC in 2001.He married Juliene Cargill on September 1, 1959 in Drumright, OK. Together they raised three children.

He was a lifetime member of the United Methodist Church, serving on various church committees, including Volunteers in Mission. He was a team member on many mission trips to South America and Mexico. His favorite pastimes were golfing, woodworking and attending OSU sporting events. He was a member of Kickingbird Senior Men’s Golf Association and could be found in the starter shack on Wednesdays.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Johnnie and Helen Anderson. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Juliene and their children, Kathy Anderson & husband Andy of Stillwater, Julie Smith & husband Ron of OKC, Steve Anderson & wife Carol of Ardmore; and grandchildren Tyler Anderson & wife Laura of Fairbanks, AK, Riley Anderson of Stillwater, OK and Tanner Smith of OKC; and his sister, Kay Sallee of Loveland, CO.

Viewing will be held Thursday, January 14, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m., Friday, January 15, 2016 at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City with burial to follow at 3:00 p.m. at Euchee Valley Cemetery in Cushing, OK.

5 thoughts on “Jack C. Anderson”

  1. For the Anderson Family:

    Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of sorrow.

    I played golf with Jack at KickingBird Golf Club many times since 2003. He was a great golfer who always played by the rules. He loved to shot better than his age and did so over 150 times. If I complained after hitting a shot in the sand or the rough he would just tell me don’t hit it there. He made me better golfer and I will always appreciate that.

    He truly loved OSU football and basketball and we had many conversations after the games no matter whether they won or lost.

    A true friend who will surely be missed.

    Al and Cindy Ginsberg

  2. For the last 12 or 13 years…..every Wednesday night at 600pm I sat next to Jack at choir practice (unless OSU was playing) and it always brightened my life to open the door and see he and Juliene already there. He was full of life, told the best stories, and to watch
    him gazing at his beautiful wife….you couldn’t help but smile….he so loved and so admired Juliene….and it showed. He will be missed so much at Chapel Hill United Methodist…..I know now he is singing in the heavenly choir…….we have all been blessed to have had the chance to have Jack in our lives……my thoughts and prayers are with you Juliene and your entire family

  3. Jack sat next to my Dad in the choir at Chapel Hill before my daddy passed away in 2009. I was an alto. They were in the bass section. When I would look back they looked innocent however, those two Ken Witten and Jack Anderson were having great time and giggle like two school girls. Sometimes I just went back to get in on the fun. They loved sitting next to each other.
    When my daddy passed away every Sunday Jack would come to me and check on me to make sure without saying a word that I was ok.
    Jack was a beautiful man who lived his life following the call of his master
    Jesus Christ.

    There was never a Jack without the beautiful and lovely and gentle Juliene.
    God Bless you and your whole family. My prayers are with you.

    Sincerely with Love. Cyndy Witten Janssen

  4. Juliene and Family –

    I was so sorry to hear about Jack. Our prayers are with you all. May the Lord surround you with his love, comfort and peace.

    In Christ’s love – Sharon (Haxton) Green

  5. Mrs. Roslund

    At this time of need may Jehovah, the God of all comfort be with the family. Psalms 147 : 3 says ” He heals the brokenhearted; He binds up their wounds ” I hope these words bring peace to your hearts.

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