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William "Bill" A. Anderson, Jr.

William "Bill" A. Anderson, Jr.
  • January 23, 1924 - February 5, 2017
  • Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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Cathy, I am so sorry for your loss. I have such fond memories of spending time with you and your family while we were growing up. Your dad was such a kind and good man. Please extend my sympathies to your mom and siblings. After 22 years, I have returned to Franklin and think of you and your family every time I pass the Bilmar.


Posted by: Joan Resweber Stirling - Franklin, LA - Friend   Feb 23, 2017

My thoughts and prayers are with Mrs. Marguerite and family, so sorry about Mr. Bill passing. I will always treasure our family arriving in Franklin and staying at the Billmar and the love shown to us! Sending much love!


Posted by: Martha Foreman Guillotte - Franklin, LA - Friend   Feb 20, 2017

Uncle Bill was a good man and hard worker! He would do anything for Aunt Gete, his children, and Grand/Great Grandchildren!
He enjoyed life and God's great creation of nature, land, etc. He was a man of few words but was honest and genuine when he spoke or offered an opinion! He was very dear to many in our family!
Although we did not visit often enough, he would greet us with open arms and a loving heart! My mother

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Posted by: Brian & Elizabeth Beadle - Lafayette, LA - Family   Feb 18, 2017

Sincere condolences on your loss. May fond memories and loving words comfort your family at this difficult time. (Isaiah 57:15)


Posted by: T R    Feb 14, 2017

A true landmark in Franklin, LA. My condolences to your wonderful family.


Posted by: Marlene Saucier Curcio - West Baton Rouge, LA   Feb 14, 2017

Willie and Family,
Mr. Bill was as fine a man as I've known. He gave me my first job and taught me so much about good work ethic. He showed me how much hard work it takes to be self employed but also about the freedom that comes from that hard work. He taught me so many things about business, like treat people like you want to be treated and it doesn't matter how many coats of paint you have on

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Posted by: Rodney Imel Imel - Saint Gabriel, LA - Friend   Feb 12, 2017

May,
I am so sorry to hear about your brother's passing on. I always knew him as a
asset to the community. My prayers are with you.

Phyllis Fairchild


Posted by: Phyllis Fairchild - Franklin, LA   Feb 11, 2017

So sorry for your loss. Deepest condolences to the family at this very difficult time


Posted by: A friend   Feb 11, 2017

Dear family,
I'm so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you all during this difficult time.


Posted by: A friend   Feb 10, 2017

I'm so sorry for your loss. We look forward to the day John 5:25 will come true for all the ones we love and lost.


Posted by: A friend   Feb 10, 2017