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Oliver P Anders, Jr
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Birth: Nov. 10, 1943
Spartanburg County
South Carolina, USA
Death: Apr., 2007

The only child of Oliver and Gladys Ross Anders, Sr., "June" (Junior) was born November 10, 1943, in the Flatwood community of Spartanburg County, South Carolina. Before leaving Greer, SC, he was employed at Wood Mortuary from 1964-74. He moved to Alexandria, Virginia, where after 26 years 'Andy' retired from the United States Capitol Police, Washington, DC, in 2000. Going back to his roots he worked part-time for Demaine Funeral Home, of Old Town Alexandria, VA before moving to Ft. Myers, Florida in 2002 where he worked for Ft. Myers Memorial Gardens. "Andy" was preceded in death by Judith (Zatman), of Pittsburgh, PA, his wife for six years. He was a member of the 32nd Degree Masonic Order, a Shriner and a Son of the Confederate Veterans. "Andy" is survived by Ms. Kim Barry-Anders, a life-long friend, two nieces, Jean Gates and Norma Ward, and countless friends who will miss him very much.  
Family links: 
  Oliver P Anders (1894 - 1973)
  Gladys Ross Anders (1903 - 1953)
  Judith Zatman Anders (1943 - 1984)*
  Infant Son Anders (1917 - 1917)**
  Oscar Frederick Anders (1924 - 2005)**
  Oliver P Anders (1943 - 2007)
*Calculated relationship
Wood Memorial Park
Spartanburg County
South Carolina, USA
Created by: KittyKat
Record added: Apr 13, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18912502
Oliver P Anders, Jr
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Oliver P Anders, Jr
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Oliver P Anders, Jr
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Wow, Andy, I did not know. You were one of the best friends anyone could have. I enjoyed serving with you on the USCP. The Senate was your beat. You were the historian of the senate who always was trying to find more history about the building that we wor...(Read more)
- Frank A. Vargo
 Added: Jan. 27, 2014
andy was my neighbor in alexandria, he was a great neighbor and a good friend, so sorry for your loss kim, my prays are with you , hugs mike
 Added: Nov. 8, 2012
For those who do not know, the "Fearless Five" were the Police Officers stationed at the House or Senate Chamber Doors when that Legislative Body was in session. A coveted assignment offered to few. As a U.S. Capitol Police officer, I knew Andy quite we...(Read more)
- David Oxford
 Added: Mar. 6, 2012
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