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Kevin Paul Anderson
04/30/1968 — 06/09/2009
From Burbank, WA, US | Born in Richland, Washington
Kevin Paul Anderson
Kevin Paul Anderson, 41, went to join his Lord and Savior by his mothers side on Thursday, June 9, 2009. He was born and raised in Richland.
He was loved and will be missed by his wife, Teresa, and children Michelle, Jessica, Heather and Derek.
Family services will be held and he will be interred at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Richland.
I’m deeply sorry for your loss. Kevin was always helpful to me and he gave my daughter the opportunity to show his beautiful dogs. He will be missed.
Dear George and Pam — I was so sorry to hear of Kevin’s death. He was such a darling young man, which is how I remember him. You are in my thoughts and prayers. With love, Sheila Wendell
Dear Theresa, and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Theresa, if you need anything please let us know. We will be praying for you and your family. Take care.
Anderson Family–Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Russ and Cheryl, let us know if there is anything we can do.
I will always love and miss you dad, and will never forget all the wonderful things you taught me. You taught me everything i know and prepared me for life without you. You will be forever missed by all who knew you. I cant wait to see you again, although im hoping it will be a while till then. First i need to live life and make my wonderful dad proud…
With love always,
Your Daughter Michelle
Very similar to his mother, Kevin heard and observed everything, but preferred to just take it all in, choosing to share in his soft spoken voice only if it was in a positive light. Your relatives will miss you! Love, Russ, Cheryl Amber & Sean
As we meander through our lives, we are fortunate to meet good people along the way that provide us with friendship and leave us with fond memories. I am grateful to have known Kevin.
I remember late-night workouts in the garage followed up by half-price burgers and hotdogs at Rocket Mart. I remember working on cars and working out solutions to our teenage issues together. I remember camping on the coast and trying to catch baby racoons at night.
Most of all, I remember a trusted friend that accepted me and gave of himself. I will always regret not staying in touch, but I will be forever grateful for time together well spent.
My heart goes out to those who loved and cared for Kevin.