David Anderson

04/20/1952 –


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  • Memorial Service
Date: 08/01/2020
Time: 2:00 pm
 – 3:00 pm


The family of David Anderson will celebrate his life of 68 years at 2:00 pm on Saturday, August 1, 2020, at Lake Ridge Chapel.  He passed away on Saturday, July 25, 2020.  In support of the health of his family, face coverings are mandatory while attending the service.  The service will be live-streamed and be available for thirty days on this page.  You are encouraged to sign the virtual guestbook and share memories and expressions of sympathy by selecting the icon.

David Anderson was born on April 20, 1952, in Galveston, Texas to Marvin and Ann Anderson. He grew up in Lubbock, where he graduated from Monterey High School.  He attended Texas Tech University before joining the U. S. Navy in 1972 and ended in the Reserve in 1978.  He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, and Meritorious Unit Commendation.

David closed his bright blue eyes on July 25, 2020, after a short illness.  He will be fondly remembered for his warm and loving heart, his infectious smile, his laugh, and his joyous sense of humor.

Survivors include his partner in life, Marcia “Mickey” Alexander; his daughter, April Anderson and Eric Delgado; two sons, Eric Anderson, and wife, Chelsea; Kyle Alexander and Vincci Lo; his grandson, Rex Levi and his expected grand-daughter Lily Rae Anderson; four sisters, Denise Hood, and husband, Dennis; Carol Jarratt and husband, David; Lanette Cypert, and Dana Anderson; six nieces, Ashlee and Amberlee Hood; Jennifer Brooks and husband, Christian; Hollie Jarratt and Mike Thrailkill; Lindsey Gailey and husband, Ronny; D’Ann Moldenhauer and husband, Craig; nephew, Wade Cypert, and wife, Sarah; and seven great-nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Marvin Bernard and Ann Nell Anderson; and brother-in-law, Bob Cypert.


In lieu of flowers, the family suggests gifts to Disabled American Veterans at dav.org.

Celebration of Life


13 thoughts on “David Anderson”

  1. What a precious picture. Our hearts are with you Mick and all of the family. Much love, Rosie& Janie

  2. David was one of my dearest and oldest best friends. We laughed, we cried, we joked, we watched football games together, we even loaned each other money when in a crunch. He was always there for me – just a phone call away. David, Mickey and I had a lot of fun together, cooked dinners together, shared times of grief, moments of stress, but the three of us were always there for each other. A friend of mine said one time, “I want to go to David & Mickey’s” and I asked her why. She said, “Isn’t that a restaurant/bar because you are always going there”. I laughed and said no, it was my oldest best friends! I will miss you so much David, but you aren’t suffering anymore. I love you man.

  3. I am thinking of you all. Wish I could be there. Dana, I have so many fond m memories at your parents house. Love you all!

    Jan Ray Windham Rodriguez

  4. I will miss his great big smile and jolly laugh!! He always had such an infectious laugh!
    Becky Farris

  5. Unfortunately, I did not have the pleasure of knowing David and Mickey as long as others, but the time I did get to spend with them was always a great memory and lots of laughter. David had this twinkle in his eyes and a smile on his face that I felt was a healthy combination of orneriness and mischief. He had a wit and humor that I dearly loved and appreciated. It takes a pretty tough woman to handle that large personality and Mickey was the perfect match for him. I never left a night spent with them that I didn’t want to come back for more! David and Mickey are a perfect example that true love DOES exist and does prevail. I bet heaven has been rocking and rolling upon his arrival. Party hearty, David! And please keep my beer cold til I get there!

  6. To Mickey and all the family,
    May the Light of God surround you. May you feel His presence.
    Love you all,
    Debbie and Devron

  7. David has been my friend for more than 58 years. He was always the greatest friend!! Unfortunately time separates friends but I will always feel his personality and hear his booming laugh. I was blessed to know him and be part of his family as a struggling teen-ager. To the sisters you know each of you were very loved and appreciated by David! April and Eric , your Dad always bragged about you and wished the very best for you!! I can’t be in Lubbock Saturday for the funeral but I will be watching live and shedding tears with you.
    Everyone that you knew you David, will miss you!
    Phil C.

  8. So sorry sisters. David was always so sweet and nice! Loved him and his infectious giggle! Had lots of fun times

  9. Wow how many years has David been a friend? Too many and too much water under the bridge since our junior high days! We will miss him but look back with good memories and lots of laughs. Thinking about all of you girls that he loved so much. Much love, Johnny and Susan

  10. I did not have the joy of knowing David for long tho he was a very good man to be around he always made you happy and uplifted.
    Wonderful sense of humor Remember as
    Long as we live David will be here with us. May Jesus she’d his light on you Eric and your family☀️

  11. Sam and Kathy Newberry

    What a blessing it has been to be a friend of David’s! He just made everyone around him feel cheerful with his happy smile and great laugh. We will always be grateful for his friendship and the good times we shared, and those memories will be visited and laughed over going forward. Love to you, Mickey. We know you helped make David’s life fun and happy, and that’s the most we can do for anyone. Bless you.

  12. David, I will miss your jolly laugh and twinkling eyes. The fact that everyone always felt comfortable and welcome in your home revealed your giving spirit. I raise my glass to you and your service to this country. I will miss you. And to Mickey, with a heart as big as Texas, I hope the memories of a full and wonderful life with David will provide comfort during this time. I love you friend.

  13. Gary and I just watched the memorial.It was so touching and brought back many great memories of David .He had a wonderful and loving spirit and was so much fun to be around especially at Bunco.He had a great love of family;we could tell by the photographs.Mickey,you guys had a wonderful life together and we will pray that you find comfort in your memories.We love you.

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