Thursday, August 13, 2020


Moab, UT

77.9 F

    Russell Anderson, 1959 ~ 2010

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    Russell David Anderson passed away on Sept. 23 at his home in Ramona, Calif., surrounded by his family.

    Russell was diagnosed with a very agressive form of brain cancer in August.

    Russell was born Oct. 6, 1959 and raised in Moab, Utah. He met and married his wife, Gayle Grant, in Moab. They moved to Ramona, Calif. in 1990.

    Russell owned his own business, Hydro Tech Well Service. He serviced all of Ramona and the surrounding area in water well drilling and service. Hydro Tech will continue its legacy through Russell’s son, Timothy.

    Russell was preceded in death by his father, Robert “Bob” Anderson.

    He is survived by his wife, Gayle, of Ramona; sons, Joshua (Racheal), of LaPalma Calif., Caleb, of Ramona, and Timothey (Kelly), of Ramona. He is also survived by his mother, LaRee Anderson, of Moab; aunt, Marie Thomson, of Moab; siblings, Ron (Kay) Smith, of Ponca City Okla., Gail (Wade) Young, of Eloy Ariz., Linda (Jim) Charles, of Moab, Chris Anderson, of Moab, Shelly (Richard) Lemon, of Gunnison, Utah, step-mother, Martha Anderson, of Moab, step-sisters, Thena (Micky) Capshaw, of Casper Wyo., Wendy (Ron) Flanders, of Moab, and many nieces, nephews and inlaws who will greatly miss him.

    The family invites you to a memorial in celebration of his life on Oct. 9 at 11:30 a.m. at Calvary Chapel of Ramona. There will also be a benefit concert afterwards at the Olive Pierce Performing Arts Center in Ramona, starting at 1 p.m.

    If you would like to help the family but are unable to attend, please send donations to Calvary Chapel Ramona, 114 14th St., Ste. D, Ramona CA 92605. Please add Russell Anderson Benevolent Fund on the memo.

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