Anderson, Frank Edward
Frank Edward Anderson, aged 78, formerly of Hazelwood Drive, recently of Dawson Court, died October 28th. Frank's parents emigrated from Scandinavia in the mid 20's and homesteaded on the corner of Dawson and Goodman Lake Rds. (Hazelwood). Here he grew up and later raised his own family. Apprenticing at an early age in the Sheet Metal trade, he was employed for over thirty-five years by the Simon-Day Co. , retiring in ‘87 as Northwestern Field Supervisor. A unique individual, he was one of a kind, taking great pride in his work and never afraid of a difficult job. Giving up was not in his vocabulary. An enthusiastic fisherman and talented with his hands, he got a great kick out of "fixing" something deemed unfixable. Survived by his wife Fadette, son Mark (Dayle), daughter Theresa Parker (Murray), two grandchildren Cassandra and Benjamin. Predeceased by infant daughter Robin, his parents Mary and Arthur, sister Margaret and Uncle John. As one of the original members of the former Memorial Society, it was his wish to leave this earth with as little ceremony as he entered it. At his specific request, no service will be held. Cremation has taken place and his ashes will be scattered amid the peace and quiet of the place he loved the most, his McKenzie hide-a-way. Here, many happy days were spent working, swimming, swatting mosquitoes and just plain enjoying 'the bush‘. There was always a job pending. May God bless you on this your final project, Frank.