JAMES (BUDDY) HUNTLEY ANDERSON JR.
James (Buddy) Huntley Anderson Jr., 56, of 10 Rehobeth Court, the son of the late James Huntley and Margie Leach Anderson, was called to eternal rest on Saturday, March 20, 2004, at Southern Maryland Hospital in the Washington D.C. suburbs.The funeral service will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at New Beginnings Christian Outreach Church on Whittington Street. Burial will follow in Guilford Memorial Park.
His spiritual training began at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church and, as a young adult, he became a member of St. Marys Catholic Church. He loved lively discussions of the Bible and its principles.
He was educated in the Greensboro public school system, starting with Bessemer Elementary and graduating from Page High School. After graduating, he continued at Guilford College.
James first marriage was to Brenda Crews and in this union was born Elise. He later married Mary Louise Evans and in this union was born Chris and Nichole.
As owner of Allied Cleaning Contractors, James kept abreast of the latest techniques and inventions. As a dreamer, the business was a springboard and a base of sharing with others. Mary was the strong, silent partner who helped him become a successful businessperson.
James, "Pappy" as his grandchildren called him, leaves to rejoice in his memories two daughters, Elise Maria "Re Re" Holmes (Marcus) of Harrisburg, N.C., and Terra Nichole "Chuk" Anderson; one son, James Christopher "Jim Bob" Anderson (Candice); a special son, Dexter Lewis "Tater" Montague; grandchildren, Sierra "Scooter," Madison "James Madison" and Hunter "James Hunter," these were the nicknames that James gave to the children for eternity; sisters, Brenda Charity (Joseph), Tammy Miller of Danville, Va., Gaye McCollough and Dale Townsend, who preceded him in death; brothers, Terry Anderson (Drucilla), Larry Anderson, Glen Anderson (Vinda) of Harrisburg, Va., Chris McCollough (Veronica) and Rex Tracy McCollough (Kim); a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends, including a special friend, Billie James, and her daughter, Ruby Jean.
The family will receive friends at the church from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Services are entrusted to Woodard Funeral Home.
And now these three things remain: Faith, Hope and Love. But the greatest of these is Love 1 Corinthians 13:13
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