Dwight Edward Anderson 67, of DeValls Bluff, was born December 10, 1953 in Marianna, Arkansas to Cleo and Cleola Anderson. On November 16, 2021, he fell asleep and woke to his new home. Dwight served in the United States Army and worked as a farmer. His life was his farm, his family and his God. Dwight Anderson loved. He loved deeply. He loved quietly, but he loved.
Dwight is survived by the love of his life and wife of 39 years, Mary (Fricker) Anderson; two sons, John Dwight Anderson with his quiet strength, and his wife, Tonya and William Edward Anderson, with his not-so-quiet strength, and his wife, Alana; granddaughters, Kara, Brie (Hunter), Gracie, Klara, and Lorelei; two great grandchildren; and one sister, Ruby Wood. He was preceded in death by his father, Cleo Anderson, his mother, Cleola Clarke, two brothers, Junior Anderson and Charles Ray Anderson, and a sister, Judy Evans.
Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m., Friday, November 19, 2021 at the First Pentecostal Church of Prairie County in Hazen with visitation from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. prior to the service. Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery in DeValls Bluff.
8 thoughts on “Dwight Edward Anderson”
He was one of a kind. In the 5 years that I have known Dwight we have become very close friends.
I am not real sure what he thought of us duck hunters but he
tolerated us. He would even call me at my home in Tennessee to tell me which field was holding ducks.
I will miss our trips around the Prarie
almost as much as I will miss him.
I am so very sorry for your loss. May God hold you and your family in the palm of his hand and give you strength and comfort in your time of sorrow. Love you and your family.
So sorry to hear of your loss. Keeping you and your family in my prayers.
Our hearts and prayers go out to all of this dear family. May our Lord Jesus give you strength now and in the future with the empty spot this will leave in your lives.
We will be lifting you all up in
We were saddened to hear the news of Dwight’s passing. May God’s Word and His Holy Spirit (the “Comforter”) provide strength, comfort, and assurance in this time of sorrow.
So sorry to read that Dwight has passed. He did love you very much and the farm. I’ve sent a prayer. For you and your family to get through the coming the coming days and weeks. I haven’t seen Dwight and you in quite some time, but I haven’t forgot my Prairie County friends
Keeping you and your family in my thoughts
We are praying for the family off Brother Dwight Anderson. He was a great man to look up to and pattern your life after. To the family, keep the faith and hold on to God’s unchanging hand.
We are praying for your family in the sudden loss of Brother Dwight. May God comfort you and keep you in His care.
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