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Bryan (BA) E. Anderson
Bryan (BA) Eugene Anderson, age 62 Greenville passed away unexpectedly on July 4th, 2021 at East Lake, Kalkaska, MI He was born on January 15th 1959 Port Huron, MI. Son of Eugene (Andy) Oscar Anderson & Claribel Pearl (Krumlauf) Olson, both of whom preceded him in death. Bryan graduated Greenville High School 1977 and completed the Building Trades program at Montcalm Community College and started his journey as a builder with John Dargitz Builders. In 1986 Bryan launched his own Construction Business, Anderson Construction. The last 15 years Bryan spent working with his lovely bride, Crissy. Bryan married Crescentia Mason Anderson on July 3, 1982 in Greenville, MI. The day before Bryan passed they celebrated their 39 year Anniversary together. He enjoyed many years camping, hunting, tubing and supervising projects at their property in Kalkaska. Also known as “Anderson Labor Camp”. Bryan looked forward to seeing his family and friends who joined him seasonally. Bryan was a hard worker, generous, loved working on his projects and others’ projects but specifically enjoyed spending his time at the farm and maintaining his huge garden for one of his dearest friends, Hollis Strohmier. He also was known as the “dog whisperer” with a soft spot for all his four legged children especially his beloved Brandy May, who misses him dearly, along with her buddies who come to the farm daily: Rebbie May & Ozzie. Bryan was a member of The Kalkaska Moose, Greenville Sigma Theta, and Greenville Business Network. Many memories of Bryan will be treasured by his family and friends, including his wife Crissy, a sister, Valerie Reynolds of Kalkaska, MI. Including immediate family members Michelle Mason, Robert (Bob) & Mary Mason Jr, Roy & Mary LaMarte and Timothy Mason all of Greenville, MI. Brother-in-law, Gary L Dennis of Greenville, MI. Several cousins, nieces, and nephews. Funeral Arrangements entrusted to dear friends Jeff & Sally Marshall, Marshall Funeral Home, Greenville, MI. Memorial Service held on Friday July 09, 2021 at Greenville Community Church, 6596 Vining Road Greenville, MI with Pastor Bryan Savage officiating. Viewing will be held at 12:00PM, Funeral held at 1 PM with a luncheon provided after service. In lieu of flowers, Crissy has set up a Memorial with the Greenville Area Community Foundation Bryan E. Anderson Building Trades Scholarship. If you would like to upload any picture(s) to share you may do so at the provided Memorial video upload link for Bryan E. Anderson https://www.tributeslides.com/up/35007545276171 Bryan’s Celebration of Life will be held at the Anderson Farm at a later date for all their family + friends. As BA communicated to many of us, there is a designated shelf full of Crown Royal bottles accumulated over the years and has requested everyone to have a drink on him to celebrate his life.
So sorry for your loss Chrissy. Please take care!
Amy Stedman Jul 13 2021 11:33 AM
Worked with Bryan at Don's carpet land a whole lot of years ago .Every time I ran into him it was like seeing an old friend. He was that kind of guy .He sure will be missed.
Mike Spry Jul 12 2021 9:13 PM
We offer our condolences on Bryan's passing.
Garry Tissue and crew.
Garry Tissue Jul 11 2021 7:45 AM
So sorry for your loss. He was one of a kind. Nothing but good memories of him.
Aaron Penland Jul 8 2021 10:38 AM
You are not alone Crissy. Take comfort in the many lives Bryan touched. He lives on through others. Love, Robin and Jean
Robin Thomsen Jul 7 2021 8:53 PM
Lou Ann Miller lit a candle for Bryan (BA) E. Anderson
Lou Ann Miller Jul 7 2021 8:48 PM
There are no words that we can say to make this easier or understandable, however please know that you are in our daily thoughts and prayers! Bryan was a wonderful man and he has left his mark on this world. We love you,
Wade and Tammy Hancock Jul 7 2021 6:28 PM
Crissy, my thoughts and prayers are with you always.
I am so sad for your broken heart.
Mary Ellen Clery Jul 7 2021 6:15 PM
Randy & Robin Vandenburg lit a candle for Bryan (BA) E. Anderson
Randy & Robin Vandenburg Jul 7 2021 3:54 PM
I am very sorry to learn of the loss of Byron, my thoughts and prayers are with you. ❤️
Maggie VanDyken Jul 7 2021 10:24 AM