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Rodney Allen Anderson

August 1, 1963 February 7, 2019
Rodney Allen Anderson
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Rodney Allen Anderson was born August 1, 1963 in Rapid City, South Dakota to Jack and Viola Anderson.  Rodney was the youngest of four children and the only boy, which naturally made him the spoiled one who got everything according to his sisters.  He was preceded in death by his father, Jack, in 1990 and is survived by his mother, Viola; sisters Elaine of Chicago, IL, Dorothy of Westminster, CO and Donna of Cleveland, OH.  Rodney has five children: Cody of Rawlins, WY, Whitney of Rawlins, WY, Alyssa of Riverton, WY, Katie of Craig, CO and Annie of Rawlins, WY.  Rodney has 10 grandchildren, numerous brothers and sisters in law, nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles and cousins still living. 

Rodney pursued careers as a truck driver, mechanic and foreman as well as had many different opportunities of working full time and part time positions in ministry with churches and teenagers and young children. 

Some of Rodney’s interests included, but certainly were not limited to fishing, hunting, camping, taking his jeep down roads and trails just to see where they would end up.  He loved sitting in the hot Saratoga Springs relaxing and talking with his Lord and Savior.  He loved watching Nascar races as well as going to any race he could find especially at Colorado National Speedway in Erie, Colorado.  He loved an adventure and loved finding something new to explore or visit when time and health permitted. 

Rodney was diagnosed with Stage 4 head and neck and bone cancer in July of 2018.  Staying optimistic and always trusting the Lord, he was at peace with whatever may happen.  He came down to Westminster to live with his sister, Dorothy, and his mother, Viola, to receive cancer treatments in the Denver area.  He always said that he was at peace and if God chose to heal him, praise God and if God chose to call him home to Heaven, what could be more glorious than that.  Rodney was never afraid and never angry because of his cancer.  He knew in his heart God made no mistake and out of all the people on earth God chose him to take this journey and to the best of Rodney’s ability he did all he could to draw closer to his Lord and Savior and to please and honor and glorify God each day to the very end.

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12114 Grant Circle
Thornton, CO 80241

DeWitt & Tabler Funeral Home
12114 Grant Circle Thornton 80241 CO
United States

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