Warren Donald Anderson

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Warren Donald Anderson

Thu, 07/23/2020 - 13:12
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08/20/1944 - 07/14/2020 

Warren was born in Aurora, IL on August 20, 1944. He died peacefully in his sleep on July 14, 2020 after a long battle with Parkinson's Disease at the age of 75. 

He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty, parents, Donald and Evelyn P Anderson and his brother, Gerald ”Gerry” Anderson. 

He is survived by his brother, Floyd Anderson and wife, Sherry, sister-in-law, Betty Anderson, his former wife Sue Saunders, his sons, Scott Anderson and wife, Erin, Shane Anderson, his daughters, Rachel Burns, husband, Timothy, Rebecca “Becky” Anderson, Sarah Norvelle and husband, Patrick, his step-children, Jim Unkel, wife Lisa, Debbie Unkel, partner Rich Planutis, his grandchildren, Jesse Anderson, Tyler Unkel, Jessica Unkel, Paige Norvelle, Gabriel French, Anna Burke, Patrick “Bub” Norvelle, Noah French, Charlotte Burns, Laylee Burke, Evelynn “Evie” Burns, and Eleanor “Ellie” Norvelle, and many nieces and nephews.  His daughters describe Warren as a fun-loving man who never met a stranger and loved people and animals. He could talk and joke with anyone, making them feel like they had known him for years.  He was a charmer and a salesman who could sell anything to anyone. He loved the outdoors, whether just mowing the lawn or fishing and hunting.  He was a prolific fisherman that seemed to have a sixth sense for where the fish were biting.  He liked to say he never met a fish he couldn’t catch. Warren was an avid lover of all things motorcycle. He spent his whole life on a motorcycle or working on them. He could tell you the make and model of just about any motorized vehicle just by the sound. He had a zest for life and adventure that was wonderful to behold. He was rich in life with many family and friends. As we all heal, he will be deeply missed. 

Due to Covid-19, a Memorial Service will be planned in the future. In lieu of flowers we ask that you send a donation to the Central Oklahoma Christian Camp in his memory www.centralokcamp.org