William Freeman Anderson © Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne, OK Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Mr. William Freeman Anderson of Houston, Texas, son of Mrs. W. N. Anderson, of Cheyenne, passed away April 28, 1968.
He is survived by three sons and one daughter.
Mr. Anderson had been ill for some time with lung cancer.
Those attending the funeral from Cheyenne were Mrs. George Winburn and son, George; Mrs. Bessie Green; Mr. Jess Anderson and Marie Anderson; all sisters and a brother.
Burial in Grand View Memorial Park, Pasadena, Texas.
Another sister, Mrs. J. D. Winburn, stayed with her mother, Mrs. Anderson, who was unable to make the trip.
A loving one from us has gone, a voice we love is still a place is vacant in our home, that never can be filled.
We must not mourn his absence, God's will that it should be, we must try to face the burden, Until death shall set us free.
Cheer up, children do not worry, you will meet him by and by, Where there will be no more sad partings, In the home beyond the skies.
Written by his Mother.
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