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, 62, a lifelong resident of Banner County, Neb., and a summer home in Steamboat Springs, Colo., died July 26, 2006, at Regional West Medical Center following a long illness.

He was born on Dec. 29, 1943, in Scottsbluff, Neb., to Ralph and Imogene Anderson. He graduated from Banner County School in 1962. He graduated from Southeast Community College in Milford, Neb., with a degree in diesel technology.

He married Judy Harris on June 7, 1964, in Kimball, Neb.

David was an active member of his community, his church, and his family. He served on the board of ESU #13 for 14 years, held many different offices in his church, and did volunteer work with the Elks Lodge 1367, of which he was a member. He was a member of the Rotary Club in Kimball, and a past area director of Federation Wrestling for youth.

David farmed and ranched in Banner County, and was co-owner and general manager of Kimball Ford in Kimball. His employees and the Chamber of Commerce of Kimball named him “Boss of the Year.”

David and Judy lived in Colorado full time from 1997 to 2004. During that time, they managed property, did painting and carpentry, and set tile. Most recently, they owned and operated “Nana and Poppa’s Place,” a food concession business.

David was a “fix anything” kind of person and loved woodworking, the Huskers, and his dogs. His family and friends were very important to him, and were his biggest treasures.

He was a member of the Calvary Lutheran Church in Scottsbluff, and the Concordia Lutheran Church in Steamboat Springs.

David is survived by his wife of 42 years, Judy; his parents, Ralph and Imogene Anderson of Scottsbluff; two sons, Michael and wife Heidi, and Mark and wife Tiffani, all of Banner County. His grandchildren, Olivia, Meighan, Kiersten, and Trevor, were the lights of his life. He is also survived by sister Donna and husband Jerry Jacupke of Hastings, Neb., and Peggy and husband Bob Harris of Augusta, Ga., and numerous other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Rose and Carl Anderson, and Ed and May Gulick, and his in-laws, Alta and “Blackie” Harris.

Services were held on July 31.

Memorial contributions in David’s memory may be sent in care of the family to Calvary Lutheran Church, or the Festival of Hope Cancer Fund.

, 62, a lifelong resident of Banner County, Neb., and a summer home in Steamboat Springs, Colo., died July 26, 2006, at Regional West Medical Center following a long illness.

He was born on Dec. 29, 1943, in Scottsbluff, Neb., to Ralph and Imogene Anderson. He graduated from Banner County School in 1962. He graduated from Southeast Community College in Milford, Neb., with a degree in diesel technology.

He married Judy Harris on June 7, 1964, in Kimball, Neb.

David was an active member of his community, his church, and his family. He served on the board of ESU #13 for 14 years, held many different offices in his church, and did volunteer work with the Elks Lodge 1367, of which he was a member. He was a member of the Rotary Club in Kimball, and a past area director of Federation Wrestling for youth.

David farmed and ranched in Banner County, and was co-owner and general manager of Kimball Ford in Kimball. His employees and the Chamber of Commerce of Kimball named him “Boss of the Year.”

David and Judy lived in Colorado full time from 1997 to 2004. During that time, they managed property, did painting and carpentry, and set tile. Most recently, they owned and operated “Nana and Poppa’s Place,” a food concession business.

David was a “fix anything” kind of person and loved woodworking, the Huskers, and his dogs. His family and friends were very important to him, and were his biggest treasures.

He was a member of the Calvary Lutheran Church in Scottsbluff, and the Concordia Lutheran Church in Steamboat Springs.

David is survived by his wife of 42 years, Judy; his parents, Ralph and Imogene Anderson of Scottsbluff; two sons, Michael and wife Heidi, and Mark and wife Tiffani, all of Banner County. His grandchildren, Olivia, Meighan, Kiersten, and Trevor, were the lights of his life. He is also survived by sister Donna and husband Jerry Jacupke of Hastings, Neb., and Peggy and husband Bob Harris of Augusta, Ga., and numerous other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Rose and Carl Anderson, and Ed and May Gulick, and his in-laws, Alta and “Blackie” Harris.

Services were held on July 31.

Memorial contributions in David’s memory may be sent in care of the family to Calvary Lutheran Church, or the Festival of Hope Cancer Fund.

, 62, a lifelong resident of Banner County, Neb., and a summer home in Steamboat Springs, Colo., died July 26, 2006, at Regional West Medical Center following a long illness.

He was born on Dec. 29, 1943, in Scottsbluff, Neb., to Ralph and Imogene Anderson. He graduated from Banner County School in 1962. He graduated from Southeast Community College in Milford, Neb., with a degree in diesel technology.

He married Judy Harris on June 7, 1964, in Kimball, Neb.

David was an active member of his community, his church, and his family. He served on the board of ESU #13 for 14 years, held many different offices in his church, and did volunteer work with the Elks Lodge 1367, of which he was a member. He was a member of the Rotary Club in Kimball, and a past area director of Federation Wrestling for youth.

David farmed and ranched in Banner County, and was co-owner and general manager of Kimball Ford in Kimball. His employees and the Chamber of Commerce of Kimball named him “Boss of the Year.”

David and Judy lived in Colorado full time from 1997 to 2004. During that time, they managed property, did painting and carpentry, and set tile. Most recently, they owned and operated “Nana and Poppa’s Place,” a food concession business.

David was a “fix anything” kind of person and loved woodworking, the Huskers, and his dogs. His family and friends were very important to him, and were his biggest treasures.

He was a member of the Calvary Lutheran Church in Scottsbluff, and the Concordia Lutheran Church in Steamboat Springs.

David is survived by his wife of 42 years, Judy; his parents, Ralph and Imogene Anderson of Scottsbluff; two sons, Michael and wife Heidi, and Mark and wife Tiffani, all of Banner County. His grandchildren, Olivia, Meighan, Kiersten, and Trevor, were the lights of his life. He is also survived by sister Donna and husband Jerry Jacupke of Hastings, Neb., and Peggy and husband Bob Harris of Augusta, Ga., and numerous other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Rose and Carl Anderson, and Ed and May Gulick, and his in-laws, Alta and “Blackie” Harris.

Services were held on July 31.

Memorial contributions in David’s memory may be sent in care of the family to Calvary Lutheran Church, or the Festival of Hope Cancer Fund.

, 62, a lifelong resident of Banner County, Neb., and a summer home in Steamboat Springs, Colo., died July 26, 2006, at Regional West Medical Center following a long illness.

He was born on Dec. 29, 1943, in Scottsbluff, Neb., to Ralph and Imogene Anderson. He graduated from Banner County School in 1962. He graduated from Southeast Community College in Milford, Neb., with a degree in diesel technology.

He married Judy Harris on June 7, 1964, in Kimball, Neb.

David was an active member of his community, his church, and his family. He served on the board of ESU #13 for 14 years, held many different offices in his church, and did volunteer work with the Elks Lodge 1367, of which he was a member. He was a member of the Rotary Club in Kimball, and a past area director of Federation Wrestling for youth.

David farmed and ranched in Banner County, and was co-owner and general manager of Kimball Ford in Kimball. His employees and the Chamber of Commerce of Kimball named him “Boss of the Year.”

David and Judy lived in Colorado full time from 1997 to 2004. During that time, they managed property, did painting and carpentry, and set tile. Most recently, they owned and operated “Nana and Poppa’s Place,” a food concession business.

David was a “fix anything” kind of person and loved woodworking, the Huskers, and his dogs. His family and friends were very important to him, and were his biggest treasures.

He was a member of the Calvary Lutheran Church in Scottsbluff, and the Concordia Lutheran Church in Steamboat Springs.

David is survived by his wife of 42 years, Judy; his parents, Ralph and Imogene Anderson of Scottsbluff; two sons, Michael and wife Heidi, and Mark and wife Tiffani, all of Banner County. His grandchildren, Olivia, Meighan, Kiersten, and Trevor, were the lights of his life. He is also survived by sister Donna and husband Jerry Jacupke of Hastings, Neb., and Peggy and husband Bob Harris of Augusta, Ga., and numerous other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Rose and Carl Anderson, and Ed and May Gulick, and his in-laws, Alta and “Blackie” Harris.

Services were held on July 31.

Memorial contributions in David’s memory may be sent in care of the family to Calvary Lutheran Church, or the Festival of Hope Cancer Fund.


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