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Elliot George Anderson

Died: Thu., Feb. 4, 2016


10:30 AM to 12:00 PM, Thu., Feb. 11, 2016
Location: Browns Mills

Funeral Service

12:00 PM Thu., Feb. 11, 2016
Location: Browns Mills

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Elliot George Anderson of Browns Mills, age 80 years, passed away February 4th, 2016. He was a lifelong resident of Browns Mills and was a retired Print Setter for the Times Advertiser. He was a member of the Browns Mills United Methodist Church and he also attended St. Ann’s Church. He liked to Bowl and Fish and loved Gardening. He was proud that he had owned a Harley Davidson Motorcycle.

      He was preceded in death by his sisters Alma Haws, Louise Sweet and Gail Taylor.

      He was the beloved uncle of Arlene G. Moller & Dean, Richard Sweet & wife Lynn and John Sweet & Partner Doug and Great Uncle of Gloria Rodriguez and Marty Moller. He is also survived by 3 Great Great Nieces, 1 Great Great nephew and many cousins.

     Relatives and friends of Elliot ‘s family are invited to his funeral service 12:00 Noon  Thursday, February 11th,2016 at The Lankenau Funeral Home, 370 Lakehurst Road, Browns mills, Pemberton Twp. where there will be a viewing 10:30 AM to 12:00 Noon.

    Interment will be in the Browns Mills Methodist Cemetery.

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Johnson family
   Posted Sun February 07, 2016
Dear Anderson family:

I wish to convey my sincerest condolences to your entire family. Losing a loved one in death is one is one of the hardest things that anyone will ever have to deal with. There is a great hope held out to us for the future because God promises to bring those we lost back to life by means of a resurrection to a paradise earth, where sickness and death will be no more. I hope this brief message will bring you a measure of comfort in this difficult time.