|Birth||18 Apr 1910||Only. OK.|
|Death||28 Mar 1996||Mt. Ida, Montogemry Co., AR.|
|Burial||30 Mar 1996||Lone Valley, Simms, Montgomery Co., AR.|
|Note Number||Note Text|
Rev. Jodie Anderson, age 85, died Thursday, March 28th, at the Montgomery County Nursing Home in Mt. Ida. He was born April 18, 1910, in Olny, OK and was the son of Rev. Tom and Ada Carr Anderson.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Retha Kinsey Anderson, who was the mother of his four children. Later he married Ruby Summitt who died and a few years after Ruby's death he married Sylvia Summitt Mabry, who also preceded him in death.
He made his home in Montgomery County most of his life. He was a retired Church of God minister and a member of the Prairie Grove Church, which was the last church he was able to pastor. His first revival service was at Muddy Creek Church which is by Reed Cemetery and his last Flower service was at Muddy Creek Church, August 1995. He firmly believed in giving flowers to the living and wrote a poem on giving a Beautiful Bouquet of Love, in 85.
Survivors include four sons, Leon Anderson of Bryant, Ray Anderson of Hot Springs, Bob Anderson of Sims and Lloyd Wayne Anderson of Mt. Ida; one brother, Leo Anderson of Oregon; one sister, Lida Anderson Summitt of Mt. Ida; thirteen grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.
Funeral services were March 30th at Lone Valley Church of God at Sims with obituary by grandson, Rev. Rickey Anderson and message by Rev. Marcus Phillips. Interment was in Lone Valley Cemetery. (Submitted by: Patsy Gatliff, Newspaper: Yell County Record, Danville, Arkansas, 4-10-1996)
Retha Angeline Kinsey
|Son:||Everett Leon Anderson||Born: 4 May 1938|
|Son:||Ray Manon Anderson||Born: 10 Nov 1939|
|Son:||Robert Lavonne Anderson||Born: 16 Feb 1944|
|Son:||Lloyd Wayne Anderson|