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Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, I accept from Your hands whatever kind of death it may please You to send me this day with all its pains, penalties and sorrows; in reparation for all of my sins, for the souls in Purgatory, for all those who will die toda

Date of Birth March 05, 1956

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Date of Passing October 11, 2018

Larry Lee Anderson

from Jackson Mississippi, United States

Omaha — Larry L. Anderson, age 62, died At home after a long battle with bone cancer.

Preceded in death by his wife, Karen; and brother, Daniel. Survived by Kim (Andy) Wasgzis and Joseph (Becky) Wasgzis; grandson, Brandon Wasgzis; sisters, Rhonda Hankins, Sandra (Tony) Chavez, Terry Schamp, Melissa (Jason) May; many grandchildren great grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Gerald is a veteran of the Vietnam War, where he earned several medals, including the Purple Heart, Silver Star, and a Civil Action Unit Citation. He grew up in Jackson Mississippi, the only son of John Anderson and Mary Ford Grove. As a child, he learned to work on cars from his father, who ran the local mechanic's shop. As he grew older, he began to take over many of the shops duties from his father, whose deteriorating health had left him in charge of the family business. After the death of his father at the young age of 52, he took over the auto shop full time, where he eventually expanded the business to include several locations. His success in business can be directly attributed to his work ethic and his natural mechanical ability. His attention to detail was legendary. He took pride in the fact that he always left his customers satisfied. Gerald retired from the business three years ago to pursue his other passion, fishing.

He served three years with distinction as a Marine in Vietnam, including aiding with the evacuation and fall of Saigon. He was wounded during the evacuation of the Embassy, and received other commendations for his dedication and bravery. The discipline and patriotism he learned in the Marines never left him, as friends and family will attest.

Friday, Oct. 19, at 10am with inurnment to follow. Westlawn Hillcrest Funeral Home 5701 Center St Omaha 402-556-2500

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    Reply Margie M / Mar 29, 2019

    No one wants to lose their loved ones. I offer my condolences to the family and friends of Larry. I would like to offer much more in the way of comfort. The God of all comfort plans a wonderful future for Larry. In the Bible at Luke 7:22, Jesus showed great love for others. He went from city to city, telling people the good news about the Kingdom of God. He cured the blind, the deaf, and the lame. He raised the dead. Jesus even gave his own life in in behalf of mankind. What does this mean for us? In the Lord’s Prayer we pray for God’s Kingdom to come and his will to be done. What a wonderful part of that Kingdom rule to bring our loved ones back to us on a paradise earth. It’s God’s guarantee that Larry will be with us again!

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    Reply Savannah Henry / Mar 27, 2019

    I am so sorry about your loss. Losing a loved one is very hard but at Revelation 21:3,4 is tells us of a time when we won’t have to worry about getting old and dying, doesn’t that sound good? Please accept my sincere apologies. For more comfort please visit JW.ORG

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    Reply Jim m / Dec 04, 2018

    Larry God’s word promises you a wonderful future with us. I offer my condolences to family and friends of Larry. It is a time of sadness. Larry, like Lazarus, will come back to us. We will enjoy and love him again. In the book of John, it states that all those in memorial tombs and graves will come out to life again with us. Won’t Larry be surprised! What a good day to hear him laugh again. He won’t be sick, old, in any pain and John 3:16 offers that we will never lose him again.

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