Alex "Henry" Anderson
- September 9, 1945 - December 5, 2012
- Central City, Kentucky
of Alex 's Passing
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Melissa please accept my sincere sympathy on the loss of your Dad. May you find comfort in your fond memories as you face the days ahead.38L
Posted by: Janice Perry Metcalfe - Greenville, KY - Facebook Friend Dec 10, 2012
Melissa and Family, so sorry for your loss. Praying that God will wrap his arms around you and comfort you in this time of sorrow.
Posted by: Patricia Lynn Devine - South Carrollton, KY - Famiy Friend Dec 09, 2012
I have known Henry for 53 years (the seventh grade) and he has always been a good friend. We had a lot of laughs together in the old "car lot" days and he was a great Husband and Father. I'm sorry I can't be at the funeral home to express my sympathy to the family due to work obligations (auctions) but always celebrate his zest for life and his love and pride for his family. He will certainly be missed. May God bless and comfort you during this difficult period.
Posted by: Hugh Sweatt - Central City, KY - Friend Dec 07, 2012
My heart goes out to your family...This man was a dear friend to many...He is going to be so missed..May you each find comfort with God....Met him as a child..He always was a very nice guy...Know he is where he wants to be with his love who he missed so much.
In Christ Love
Posted by: Sandra Whitworth - Central City, KY - Old Friend Dec 07, 2012
The world has lost a bright light in the passing of Henry. He was one of the kindest, nicest, and most generous people -- always thinking of how he could make the way a little better for others -- always giving, always smiling, always telling a good story or a funny joke! And he was a good photographer -- we came to rely on his work for breaking news at NEWS 25!
My heart goes out to Melissa and all his family. I know you'll miss Henry so much -- as we all will.
Posted by: Shelley Kirk - Evansville, IN - Friend Dec 06, 2012
have known the family for years wat a kind man he was
Posted by: james david tunnicliff - daytona beach , FL - friend of the family Dec 06, 2012