Lee Anderson

Sep 30, 1931 - Oct 23, 2020


Lee Anderson, 89, of Glenwood, IA passed away on Friday, October 23, 2020 at the Glen Haven Home in Glenwood. Graveside service with military honors will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 18, 2021 in the Salem Cemetery, rural Red Oak, IA. Loess Hills Funeral Home in Glenwood is cari...


Sep 18


Saturday, September 18, 2021
11:00 am

Salem Cemetery

230th and D Avenue
Red Oak, IA 51561

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Lee Anderson

September 30, 1931 - October 23, 2020

P Paul Fiener November 29, 2020

Godspeed on this journey Lee. You are greatly missed here but we know you’re welcome above with wide open arms!

C Christopher Diener November 22, 2020

God speed and rest in peace Grandpa! I love you!! You will be sorely missed, by all you have touched, with your heart of gold and wonderful spirit. I will cherish greatly, all of the awesome memories!!! Until we meet again, I love you,

C Christopher Diener November 22, 2020

God speed and rest in peace Grandpa! I love you!! You will be sorely missed, by all you have touched!!! With your heart of gold and wonderful spirit!!!! I will cherish greatly, all the wonderful and awesome memories!!!!! Until we meet again, God Bless You...

C Courtney Meyer November 10, 2020

CandleLee, I will always remember dancing and singing in the hallway with you! It was my absolute pleasure to care for you and become your friend.
Happy trails, dear friend, til we meet again.
Courtney Meyer

P Paula November 10, 2020

Lee rest in peace with June and Nina, both of your wives, I enjoyed taking care of you and Nina at Lynnwood Estates, you have always had a special place in my heart. Till we meet again my friend. Love Paula

G Gidget Barrett November 10, 2020

I sure miss your face an the song you use to sing you are my Sunshine ! It was a pleasure to play Kings corner with you! Rest in Paradise my friend you will forever be missed. It was a pleasure to care for you! Prayers to all the family

B Blake Church November 5, 2020

To my Grandpa. I hope that you find peace and solice in your final rest.
I am always reminded of our times together. Our business meetings at the white spot cafe, our road trips and most important thing. Your uncanny ability to light up a room with your charm. You never new a stranger, only friends you had not met yet.
After 53 years of wonderful memories, I tearfully say goodbye and leave you with the advice that you gave me long ago. DON'T TAKE ANY WOODEN NICKELS.
Till we meet again, I love you,

K Kimberly Meagher October 31, 2020

Grandpa, there are no words to describe what you have meant to me over the years. The love and kindness you gave to me, I will never forget. I have many happy memories with you. I will miss so much your sense of humor. You brought so much laughter and so many smiles to our lives. I will never forget my first bike, our Sunday drives or the smell of your cigar on your lips as I kissed your cheek. Of all the gifts you have given to me, the greatest gift was your love. I will miss you deeply...until I see you again! Love you! ~Kimmie

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