John "Jack" D. Anderson

Born: Tue., Jan. 23, 1934
Died: Thu., Apr. 25, 2019


Graveside Service

1:00 PM Fri., May 03, 2019
Location: Warren Co. Memorial Paek


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John “Jack” David Anderson 85, of Tidioute, entered into rest Thursday, April 25, 2019. He was born January 23, 1934, in Jamaica, NY, before moving to Baldwin, New York until 1945, then moving to Tidioute in 1946.

He was proceeded in death by his parents John D. and Florence E. (Barth) Anderson, brothers Roger and Richard Anderson; and his good friend Kay Serafini.  He is survived by a sister in law Sharon Anderson of Bremerton, WA, his nephew Gary Anderson and niece Kim Flanick.

John graduated from Tidioute High School in 1953 and then served in the US Navy as First Class Electronic Mate from 1953-1957, in the Naval Special Weapons Unit, Norfolk, VA. from 1954-1957, he served on the USS Intrepid CVA II and served on the USS Foristal CVA- 59. After the Navy, he received an associate’s degree in electrical engineering from Penn State Behrend and went to work for Reliance Electric in Ashtabula, OH. He returned to Tidioute to live in 1998.

Interment will be on Friday at 1pm in the family plot at Warren County Memorial Park, 20050 Rt 6 Warren, PA 16371. Family suggests donations be made to your favorite charity in lieu of flowers. The Nelson Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Youngsville are entrusted with all arrangements. Condolences may be made at www.nelsonfuneralhome.net.

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vicki mclaughlin
   Posted Wed May 01, 2019
Sincerest Sympathy to the family of Jack Anderson. Jack was a wonderful kind man. Jack was very involved in the Tidioute Community and a very generous man. Jack and his friend Kay were very involved in the Tidioute Save Our School committee from the beginning. They attended the school board meeting in Warren with many community members. Jack was on the TCCS Endowment Committee. The school was very dear to his heart. Jack graduated from Tidioute High like many of us old "Bulldogs." The community lost a very nice, kind man. In his obituary it said that memorials can be made to a charity of choice. The TCCS Endowment Fund is a wonderful choice to honor Jack. Sincerest Sympathy.

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