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In Memory of
George L. Anderson Jr.
September 17, 1937 - December 17, 2020


George Leonard Anderson Jr. (Andy) was born September 17, 1937 in Xenia Ohio, the only child of George and Marjorie Anderson. He passed peacefully after a lengthy illness on December 17, 2020. He was predeceased by the love of his life Jane Ellsworth Anderson. He is survived by his loving children Mike (Vickie) Anderson, Doug (Laura) Anderson, Jeff Anderson (Jason Joostberns), Michele (James) Craft. He is also survived by his grandchildren that he adored Jeanette (Matt) DUrso, Jennifer (John) Ostendorf, Matthew (Micheal) Benson, Alex Anderson, Molly Anderson, Sarah Anderson, Abby Craft, Adam Craft, and Benjamin Craft. He was immensely proud of his great grandchildren Kaden Cook, Scarlett Lewis, Lucy Ostendorf, and yet to be born Mark Anthony D'Urso. George will be missed by his extended family, dear friends and great neighbors. Throughout Georges career he was on the forefront of the computer age with his years of work with Ohio Bell, NCR, Amdahl, and owner in Mentorgen. He served for 60 years as a F&AM with York Masonic Lodge #563. Moreland Funeral Home will be handling arrangements for a private family service. A celebration of life will be held at later date. Donations can be made in honor of George and Jane Anderson at or Kobacker House

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A.R.E.Search for God Study Group

Dec 19, 2020

Dear Family, Your father & mother brought great love & wisdom to our group. Your father's love of you all greatly inspired so many of us. He also had many wonderful stories and laughs to share with us. We join you in your sadness at his passing, his joy at being with Jane again, and his very goodness with which he blessed us all. The Worthington/Gahanna ARE Study Group. Suzi Carson.


Barbara Martin

Dec 19, 2020

My deepest sympathy to you, his family whom George dearly loved. I knew George and Jane through the A.R.E. It is my belief that they are now together again, having "graduated" from this incarnation. They are with God and truly home. It is those who are left behind who will feel sad, but be happy for him if you can.


Nancy Rau

Dec 20, 2020

I'm deeply sorry your family is experiencing the pain of a loss like this. My heart goes out to each of you.