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Lowell Anderson

Anderson, Lowell

Lowell always kept me on my toes in conducting Absaroka Chapter (Wyoming Archaeology Society) meetings. I will miss him.

Sylvia Huber - 11/4/2017

Our family will remember Lowell for his kind words, smile, and he always offered my family, even the kids an annual pocket calendar. He always had time to visit and was intentional on keeping up with our family when we did get to see him.
He will be missed.
Eric, Erin, Tade and Aliyah Geving

Eric Geving - 11/6/2017

I will always remember Mr. Anderson as a kind and loving man with a quirky voice and sense of humor. He also displayed warm Christian values and demeanor. I must have seen you over 20 years ago but you always made a positive impression on me and my condolences go out to the Anderson family.

Luke Goodyear - 11/6/2017

On behalf of myself, my husband Joe, and the entire board of directors for the Wyoming State Historical Society, please know how saddened we were to hear of Lowell's death. He was a constant figure at all our meetings, treks and other events. He loved the people, and we loved him. It was a blessing to know him.

Joe and Linda Fabian, and The WSHS Executive Committee.

Linda Fabian - 11/7/2017

i didn't know lowell anderson but i do know his son, nels.
believing that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, lowell must have been a pretty terrific and amazing man who people wanted to be around.

bonnie b wissink - 11/7/2017

Sara, I am so sorry to read this in the Cody Enterprise. I had no idea that Lowell was so sick. I will pray for you and God Bless you and your family.
Yes, I got a yearly calendar too....always with a smile when Lowell handed them out.

Rowena Cochran - 11/7/2017

Dear Anderson Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I know that this is a hard time for your family. There is comfort to be found through the pages of the Bible. Acts 24:15 and Philippians 4:6,7 help us to see that there will be a time that our loved ones will be resurrected to life here on earth and that until that time God will be our source of comfort because he is the God of Peace and he will guard our hearts and minds in this time of need. I hope these promises from the bible provide you with some comfort. Again, I am sorry for your loss.

Trw - 11/8/2017

I'm saddened to read in the Enterprise that Lowell is gone. Sara, I knew you two waaaay back in the 70's, and sat with you at many Community Concerts - where we probably talked and laughed too much! It was always a pleasure to run into Lowell during those years Mo and I lived in Cody. I will be thinking of you all today.

Ann Hamilton Shields - 11/9/2017

On behalf of my mother Ruth Maxwell Eubanks, she sends her condolences. Her parents Bill and Verna Maxwell, my grandparents, were very fond of Lowell and had a good relationship with the Anderson's. I believe they lived on the same street in Riverton. My mother was a classmate of Loren Anderson. She and her twin sister Ruby are 92 and in failing health but she recalls all the Anderson boys.

With sympathy,

Phil Eubanks for Ruth Maxwell Eubanks

Phil Eubanks Jr - 11/14/2017