Anderson, James

James E. Anderson

March 31, 1941 - November 22, 2016

James E. Anderson, age 75, of Carrollton, Texas, passed away on November 22, 2016.  He was born March 31, 1941 in Humboldt, Kansas to Thomas and Bessie (Taylor) Anderson.  Prior to moving, James was an avid educator with the Kansas City School District.  He was an avid golfer and loved to sing with the male chorus of the Shiloh M.B.C. in Kansas City.

He is survived by his son, J.D. Michaels and wife Zoe of Brooklyn, New York; granddaughter, Hera Michaels; sisters, Betty Mae Anderson of Kansas City, Kansas, Dona Lee Peterson of Carrollton, Texas; brother, John “Sonny” Anderson of Shawnee Mission, Kansas; sister-in-law, Toni Anderson; special niece and caretaker, Geneva Peterson of Carrolton, Texas; nieces and nephews, Ethel Gadison, Martha Knight, Jondra Anderson, Mai Davis, Joi Harris, Mia Anderson, Taylor Anderson, Carla Mingo, Nikia Anderson, Randal Peterson, David Peterson, Wayne Anderson, Brandon Anderson, Brett Anderson, Bryce Anderson, Blaine Anderson and Everett Walsh, Jr.; a host of other relatives and friends.

James is preceded in death by, his parents, Thomas and Bessie Anderson; sisters, Janette Walsh and Marilyn Anderson; brothers, Lawrence Anderson and Thomas Anderson, Jr.; and nephew, Bryan Anderson.

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Uncle Jamie you will be missed but not forgotten. Love you RIP Jondra Fox, November 29, 2016 Rest well Uncle James. David W. Peterson, November 29, 2016 What I remember most about my Uncle Jamie is his poweful voice and take charge personality. When I was little my Uncle always took the time to let me know how much he loved me and belived in me. I will always remember how he cared and loved everyone in the family Uncle Jamie you will be greatly missed may your spirit fly high with the angels in Heaven- Love you for ever your neice Mia Mia Anderson, November 29, 2016 James we went through grade school and high school together, played sports together and I always enjoyed having the honor of being your friend. James you will be missed by all the lives of everyone you touched. James God bless your family and friends. Max Gibson, November 28, 2016 James was a special friend and classmate. I first met him in the Seventh Grade when the Catholic School, which I attended, participated in a sports event with South School, which, James attended. Needless to say he personally won most of the events. Later I was fortunate to get to know him as classmate and fellow athlete. James was the star on our football team. I was the Quarterback and it made my job easier to know that all I had to do was hand him the ball and get out of the way. It was great to see the bodies in his wake as he rumbled down the field. He will be missed. Joseph Womack, November 28, 2016 I was a classmate of James in the class of 1959, Humboldt, KS. Although we've all have gone our separate ways in life, it was always a joy by all whenever James made it back to Humboldt to an HHS alumni reunion. --An outstanding Christian gentleman well like by everyone whose life he touched. Ken Brinkman, November 27, 2016