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Robert Anderson

In Loving Memory

Anderson, Robert Eugean

June 3, 1934 - October 17, 2023


Robert Eugean Anderson, eighty-nine (89) of O`Fallon, Missouri, passed peacefully on Tuesday, October 17, 2023, at his home surrounded by family after battling leukemia. He was born in June 1934 in Columbus, Texas to Harley and Velma Anderson (nee “Hobbs”). Although Bob never graduated high school, he served honorably in the United States Air Force during the Korean War and was discharged after being awarded the rank of Master Sergeant. After marrying his wife, Geney Lou Anderson (nee “Sons”), Bob and Geney opened and operated B&G Key Shop on Cherokee Street for more than thirty years. Although never afraid of work a day in his life, Bob would be the first to admit that behind every good man is an even better woman. Bob enjoyed golfing, fishing, traveling, and spending time with his family and friends.

Bob is survived by his wife of 63 years, his four children, their spouses, ten beautiful grandchildren, friends, and neighbors. Bob was a kind and loving husband and father and always placed the needs of his family above his own. He will be greatly missed by his family and by all those who knew him. In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations be made to the American Cancer Society in the hopes of finding a cure.

Services: Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel 10151 Gravois Friday October 20, 1:30 PM. Interment St. Lucas Cemetery. Visitation Thursday October 19 4:00-8:00 PM.


1 thought on “Anderson, Robert Eugean”

  1. Hello
    Sorry to hear. This is Steven Scott Anderson. My brother is Kenneth Eugene Anderson. We are also sons of Robert. Since we received no acknowledgement during life I thought we should get acknowledged in death. Which the obituary failed to do.


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