Ronald “Ron” Roy Anderson

June 24, 2019

Obituaries

Belhaven, N.C.—Ronald “Ron” Anderson, 68, of Belhaven, NC, formerly of Wheeling, West Virginia, passed away surrounded by family at his home on May 17, 2019 after a 15-month journey with brain cancer.

He is survived by his wife of 29 years, Carrie Parks Anderson; his mother, Elaine Anderson of Neenah, Wisc.; five children, Ronnie Anderson (Nicole) of Windsor Heights, West Virginia, Lisa Jones (Andy) of Virginia Beach, Va., Scott Anderson (Calista) of Wheeling, Cory Anderson of Belhaven, N.C., and Jacob Anderson (Holly Lindsey) of Virginia Beach, VA; two brothers, Wayne Anderson (Gloria) Pembine, Wisc. and Dennis Anderson (Marcia) Neenah, Wisc.; five grandchildren, CJ Anderson, Wyatt Jones, Elliott Jones, Wesley Jones, and Baileigh Anderson; a sister in law, Vonda Wyatt (Wesley) of Belhaven.

He was preceded in death by his father, Warren (Bud) Anderson.

A celebration of life service was held at Oglebay Park, Haller Shelter with military honors.

Ron was a U.S. veteran, proudly serving our country in the United States Navy where he received training in dental prosthetics’ which he used to serve the dental community of Wheeling for 43 years with his business, Anderson Dental Lab. He was an avid outdoors-man who enjoyed sharing his love of hunting, fishing, and nature activities with his children and grandchildren. He was a man driven by his strong faith and filled our lives with love and energy through his kindness, work ethic, and generosity. Always quick to respond, he would put his hands to the plow where there was a need and pray for you wherever he met you. He loved nature and the rugged outdoors and appreciated the beauty of the most delicate flower. Therefore, it is fitting, as a tribute to this amazing man, to create a rose garden in his honor where people can rest in the beauty of God’s creation and find peace in prayer.

Memorial donations can be forwarded to https://www.gofundme.com/ron-anderson-memorial-prayer-garden. Washington Funeral & Cremation, Hillside Chapel, Washington, N.C.

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