Jerry Ace Anderson

Jerry Ace Anderson, Sr. , 73, of Hazen, was born February 19, 1944 in Senath, Missouri.  He went to be with his heavenly father on September 22, 2017.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Ace and Vernie M. (Wheeler) Anderson of Kennett, Missouri; two sisters, Carol A. (Anderson) Hoffman and Betty Sue Anderson of Illinois and one brother, Donald J. Anderson of Pine Bluff.  He has left to cherish his memory his wife, Sylvia M. (Hill) Anderson; five children, Jayce (Nicky) Neil, Debra Anderson, and Carl W. (Kim) Anderson all of Hazen, Jerry A. Anderson, Jr., of Gillett, Arkansas and Clarence R. Anderson of Conway; one brother, Billy C. (Louise) Anderson of Texas; three sisters, Eula (Art) Venecia and Rebecca (William) Maplesden of Illinois and Debbie K. (Joe) Meeks of South Carolina; ten grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.

Jerry was a retired truck driver, owner/operator. He enjoyed cookouts with his family and friends, fishing and driving around Wattensaw enjoying nature with his wife and his time off.  He accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior and is of the Baptist faith.

Visitation will be Tuesday, September 26, 2017, from 1:00 to 2:00 P.M. at Morris Chapel Church, 7458 Hwy. 11 No., Des Arc, Arkansas 72040.  A celebration of his life will begin at 2:00 P.M. the same day and burial will follow at the Walter’s Chapel Cemetery.  Arrangements are by Westbrook Funeral Home of Hazen.

10 thoughts on “Jerry Ace Anderson”

  1. Brother who can I call for funny story or joke to make me laugh my troubles away l loved talking to you. Miss you so much my hurt. Love you forever and a day

  2. Rosemary walls fowler

    I rember jerry from when I was a kid going to Rosie and Arnold’s house and then going to Sylvia’s and Jerry’s and playing with the kids he was a good man and will truly be missed by many I pray for his family to make threw these hardest days I’m so sorry

  3. May God give Sylvia , family and friends strength and comfort in the loss of their loved one. We love Jerry and his family. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. He is in Good Hands with no more pain and suffering. God be with you all as you go thru the lonely days ahead. If you are lost, make preparations to see him again. May God carry you thru with His great love and peace!

  4. My condolences to the Anderson family. Jerry was a funny man, he always put a smile on everyone’s face that was around. R.I.P my friend.

  5. Trudy Baxter Pollard

    It’s been years since we have seen each other. I am so sorry for you loss. You and your family will be in my prayers.

  6. Linda Pendergrass Fisher

    I too have not seen y’all in a long time but know this is a hard time and pray for strength for all of you. He was a wonderful person and hate to hear of his passing.

  7. I want to express my deepest sympathy to Sylvia and the family. I enjoyed visiting with Jerry when he came in the barbershop to get a haircut. My prayers are with your family.

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