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Freddie B. Anderson, died on Tuesday, June 10, 2008, at the Delta County Memorial Hospital. He was ninety-four years of age.

On November 26, 1913, Freddie was born to Richard Anderson and Pearl Southern in Tishomingo, Mississippi. He spent his childhood and attended schools in Tishomingo.

In March of 1969, Freddie married Imogene B. Powell in Chicago, Illinois. They resided in Chicago for several years before moving to Delta over twenty-seven years ago. Freddie and Imogene celebrated over thirty-nine years of love and marriage together this past Easter.

Freddie held several employment positions including farmer, steel worker, and cranes man. More importantly, he was a loving husband and father to his children.

Freddie’s interests included hunting, fishing, gardening (especially fruit trees), making wine, and raising chickens. Freddie was also an avid sportsman and enjoyed the great outdoors. He will be remembered as a loving husband, father, and a great friend who was willing to lend a helping hand.

Freddie is survived by his beloved wife, Imogene Anderson of Delta, CO; two daughters, Lorriane Wiggins of Chicago, IL, and Michelle K. Smith of Federal Way, WA; and one brother, Doc Jr. Anderson of Covert, MI. Freddie is further survived by one grandson, Eric Pierce of Tacoma, WA; one great granddaughter, Ashanti Ramia Pierce of Tacoma, WA; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Freddie B. Anderson, died on Tuesday, June 10, 2008, at the Delta County Memorial Hospital. He was ninety-four years of age.

On November 26, 1913, Freddie was born to Richard Anderson and Pearl Southern in Tishomingo, Mississippi. He spent his childhood and attended schools in Tishomingo.

In March of 1969, Freddie married Imogene B. Powell in Chicago, Illinois. They resided in Chicago for several years before moving to Delta over twenty-seven years ago. Freddie and Imogene celebrated over thirty-nine years of love and marriage together this past Easter.

Freddie held several employment positions including farmer, steel worker, and cranes man. More importantly, he was a loving husband and father to his children.

Freddie’s interests included hunting, fishing, gardening (especially fruit trees), making wine, and raising chickens. Freddie was also an avid sportsman and enjoyed the great outdoors. He will be remembered as a loving husband, father, and a great friend who was willing to lend a helping hand.

Freddie is survived by his beloved wife, Imogene Anderson of Delta, CO; two daughters, Lorriane Wiggins of Chicago, IL, and Michelle K. Smith of Federal Way, WA; and one brother, Doc Jr. Anderson of Covert, MI. Freddie is further survived by one grandson, Eric Pierce of Tacoma, WA; one great granddaughter, Ashanti Ramia Pierce of Tacoma, WA; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Freddie B. Anderson, died on Tuesday, June 10, 2008, at the Delta County Memorial Hospital. He was ninety-four years of age.

On November 26, 1913, Freddie was born to Richard Anderson and Pearl Southern in Tishomingo, Mississippi. He spent his childhood and attended schools in Tishomingo.

In March of 1969, Freddie married Imogene B. Powell in Chicago, Illinois. They resided in Chicago for several years before moving to Delta over twenty-seven years ago. Freddie and Imogene celebrated over thirty-nine years of love and marriage together this past Easter.

Freddie held several employment positions including farmer, steel worker, and cranes man. More importantly, he was a loving husband and father to his children.

Freddie’s interests included hunting, fishing, gardening (especially fruit trees), making wine, and raising chickens. Freddie was also an avid sportsman and enjoyed the great outdoors. He will be remembered as a loving husband, father, and a great friend who was willing to lend a helping hand.

Freddie is survived by his beloved wife, Imogene Anderson of Delta, CO; two daughters, Lorriane Wiggins of Chicago, IL, and Michelle K. Smith of Federal Way, WA; and one brother, Doc Jr. Anderson of Covert, MI. Freddie is further survived by one grandson, Eric Pierce of Tacoma, WA; one great granddaughter, Ashanti Ramia Pierce of Tacoma, WA; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Freddie B. Anderson, died on Tuesday, June 10, 2008, at the Delta County Memorial Hospital. He was ninety-four years of age.

On November 26, 1913, Freddie was born to Richard Anderson and Pearl Southern in Tishomingo, Mississippi. He spent his childhood and attended schools in Tishomingo.

In March of 1969, Freddie married Imogene B. Powell in Chicago, Illinois. They resided in Chicago for several years before moving to Delta over twenty-seven years ago. Freddie and Imogene celebrated over thirty-nine years of love and marriage together this past Easter.

Freddie held several employment positions including farmer, steel worker, and cranes man. More importantly, he was a loving husband and father to his children.

Freddie’s interests included hunting, fishing, gardening (especially fruit trees), making wine, and raising chickens. Freddie was also an avid sportsman and enjoyed the great outdoors. He will be remembered as a loving husband, father, and a great friend who was willing to lend a helping hand.

Freddie is survived by his beloved wife, Imogene Anderson of Delta, CO; two daughters, Lorriane Wiggins of Chicago, IL, and Michelle K. Smith of Federal Way, WA; and one brother, Doc Jr. Anderson of Covert, MI. Freddie is further survived by one grandson, Eric Pierce of Tacoma, WA; one great granddaughter, Ashanti Ramia Pierce of Tacoma, WA; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Freddie B. Anderson, died on Tuesday, June 10, 2008, at the Delta County Memorial Hospital. He was ninety-four years of age.

On November 26, 1913, Freddie was born to Richard Anderson and Pearl Southern in Tishomingo, Mississippi. He spent his childhood and attended schools in Tishomingo.

In March of 1969, Freddie married Imogene B. Powell in Chicago, Illinois. They resided in Chicago for several years before moving to Delta over twenty-seven years ago. Freddie and Imogene celebrated over thirty-nine years of love and marriage together this past Easter.

Freddie held several employment positions including farmer, steel worker, and cranes man. More importantly, he was a loving husband and father to his children.

Freddie’s interests included hunting, fishing, gardening (especially fruit trees), making wine, and raising chickens. Freddie was also an avid sportsman and enjoyed the great outdoors. He will be remembered as a loving husband, father, and a great friend who was willing to lend a helping hand.

Freddie is survived by his beloved wife, Imogene Anderson of Delta, CO; two daughters, Lorriane Wiggins of Chicago, IL, and Michelle K. Smith of Federal Way, WA; and one brother, Doc Jr. Anderson of Covert, MI. Freddie is further survived by one grandson, Eric Pierce of Tacoma, WA; one great granddaughter, Ashanti Ramia Pierce of Tacoma, WA; and a host of nieces and nephews.