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Ransom Ragene Anderson
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Ransom Ragene Anderson . . .Willard - Ransom Ragene Anderson, 61, died March 1, 1998, at Columbia Ogden Regional Hospital after a courageous battle with heart disease. . . . He was born August 25, 1936, a son of Ransom Delbert and Charlotte Marie Pederson Anderson. . . . He married Mary Lee Cantwell on November 28, 1956 in Osceola, Arkansas while stationed in the Air Force. . . . After his discharge, he worked and traveled to various parts of the country, while working at Northrup he developed Radio Graphic teaching manual. He graduated from Harbor College in 1970 and received his doctorate from South Bay University of Law in 1975. He was stationed in Utah in 1955, was transferred to various places, living in California for 32 years, finally returning to Utah in 1987 where he worked for the Goverment at Thiokol. . . . Ransom was an avid reader, loved antique cars & trains, guns, hunting, sports, animals, politics and was an avid Clinton supporter (NOT!!!). Ransom enjoyed hunting the outdoors before his health started failing. . . . A special joy and light in his life were his grandchildren. He enjoyed reading and telling stories to them, often singing old songs to them as well. Lots of the stories he told were the same that he had told to his own children. Helping to tend the younger ones made him happy. Lots of laughs and smiles were shared over funny and cute things he observed. . . . The Gospel was also important to Ransom. He was baptized into the LDS Church in 1968, he was a very positive influence over his family, bringing us closer to Jesus Christ and his Gospel. Having his grandchildren in the Church made him proud. The 23rd Psalm gave him strength. Someone who was always looked to for guidance, he will greatly be missed. He made himself always available, making sure he was there for everyone. . . . He is survived by his wife, Mary Lee, Willard, three children: Robert Gregory Anderson and Edna, Willard, Utah; Timothy Wade Anderson and Terry, Seattle, Washington; and Jennifer Lyn Alvarado, Willard, Utah, a special daughter-in-law Kimberly Isabell, grandchildren: Stonnie, Raquelle and Christina Anderson; Savannah, Katelyn, Mariah (Little Mo), Ruben Jr. and their father, Ruben Alvarado; Larissa, Evan and Justin Claypool, 11 special nieces and nephews. . . . He is also survived by two brothers. Martin O'Ncal and Melanie, Los Angeles. California; Robert O'Neal and Wendy, Orange, California, two sisters, Anita Weber and Robert, Big Bear City, California; and Eulanda Cade and Terry, Omaha, Nebraska: and special Aunt and Uncle Orval and Wilma Skog, Rapid City, South Dakota. . . . Funeral services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Willard 1st Ward LDS Chapel. 80 North 100 West, Willard, Utah. . . . Friends may call Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Myers Mortuary, 205 South 100 East, Brigham City, and Thursday from 10 to 10:45 a.m. at the Church. . . . Interment will be in the Willard Cemetery. . . . Published: Standard Examiner
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