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DEATH: GEORGE B. ANDERSON

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George B. (Curly) Anderson, passed away October 8, 1991, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 77.

A very much loved husband, father, grandfather and friend, and was loved by all. He was LDS. He has gone flying to far away places to fulfill his dreams and to see the other side and wait for his family.Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, February 22, 1914, to August and Sarah B. Smith Anderson, a descendent of Hyrum Smith and Jarusha

Barden Smith. Curly was well-known throughout the country and had many friends. He was president of U.S. Oil and Mex-American Oil and others. With his family, he was well versed on the laws of the land. He spent much of his youth and life in Wyoming. Married Roma Marie Purser in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1946. Met Roma during the war and they have enjoyed a wonderful life together. They were inseparable; always together, hunting, fishing, traveling and enjoying life together and with their family. Curly loved outdoor life, ranching, cattle, horses, flying and singing. He sang at many places and made some records. He sang at the Tropicana in Las Vegas, Nevada, at Harvey's in Lake Tahoe, the Playa Del Ray in Mazatlan, Mexico, at the Holiday Hotel in Acapulco, Mexico, at the Officers Club at Hill Air Force Base and many other places. Curly served in the U.S. Army Air Force, Cpt. and the U.S. Navy in World War II. Medically discharged from Balboa Navy Hospital in 1945. A life member of the D.A.V. of America. Curly has lived an exciting life. He has just completed writing the book (The Captain of Schomburg) about combat fighter pilots in World War II and their special missions for the Navy in the South Pacific.

Curly is survived by his wife, Roma; three sons, Gary and his wife, June Anderson; Terry; Lonnie; daughter, Tami Anderson Oliphant and her husband, Ralph; five granddaughters, Kathy, Vickie, Lisa, Sunny, and Tanji.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, 12 Noon, October 12, 1991, at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 3401 S. Highland Dr., where friends may call Friday 6-8 p.m. and Saturday one hour prior to services.

Interment Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.

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