Tim S. Anderson

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Timothy Shawn Anderson, Friday, December 22, 2017 was suddenly called to Heaven.

Tim was born September 15, 1970 to Leon and Jeannie Anderson in Hobbs New Mexico. Tim was a graduate of Hobbs High School in 1988 after high school Tim continued his studies at New Mexico Junior College from 1988 to 1990. After his studies Tim enlisted into the United States Army in 1990. Tim spent his basic training days in Fort Benning, Georgia before being assigned to the Third Armored Division in Frankfort Germany. Tim then served his tour of duty in the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm in Iraq. Upon completion of his Tour Tim then returned to Fort Benning where he met the love of his life Sheree Anderson. Tim and Sheree were married, December 31, 1994, at the Chapel of Fort Benning. Tim and his family returned to Hobbs NM in 1995 and raised their two sons. For those who knew Tim, most knew Tim as an avid golfer. However, despite his smaller stature growing up he was all around athlete as well. Tim took a page from his Opa and was also a skilled craftsman. Tim was also an experienced computer specialist and loved the latest and greatest gadgetry. Before being called to the Lord Tim was parts logistics expert at Enrichment Technologies Department, ES and continued that profession at Gene Messer Toyota.

Survivors include his parents, Leon and Jeannie Anderson of Granbury, Texas; wife, Sheree Anderson; children, Brandon Holcomb and wife, Emily; and grandchildren which were the Light of his Life, Payton Holcomb, Mackenzie Holcomb, Kambry Holcomb of Foley Alabama, and Christopher “CT” Thomas Caldwell of Rome Georgia; brother, Ryan Anderson and fiancé, Lisa Marie Veal; nieces, Camden Veal and Londyn Rae Anderson of Lubbock Texas, Mother-in-Law Geneva Yarbrough, Sister-in-Law Pam Headrick and Brother-in-law James Wilson, along with several nieces and nephews all of Rome GA.

He was preceded in death by his son, BJ Caldwell, who went to be with his Heavenly Father on April 27, 2010.


Memorial contributions are welcome, in lieu of flowers the family requests you donate to one of Tim’s favorite charity foundations listed, Charitable Service Trust, www.cst.dav.org, or Hope for the Warriors, www.hopeforthewarriors.org.


23 thoughts on “Tim S. Anderson”

  1. I would like to express my sincere condolences to the family. May you find some comfort in this thought found in Psalm 34:18 “Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted;He saves those who are crushed in spirit.”

  2. Sheree, I am so sorry for your loss. I had no idea this was your husband. Prayers for comfort for you an the family during this time.
    Sheila Freid

  3. Sharon Hamilton Kitchens

    Sheree, I’m so sorry for your loss, though I never met Tim, everything I’ve heard about him, made him an awesome man. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Gary & Jackie Gill

    We are so sorry for your loss. Tim was always a very nice person. He had to have the patience of Job to be married to the funniest person I have ever known. Our prayers are with you Sheree and all of your’s and Tim’s family during this time. God Bless You all.

  5. R.I.P Timmy! You will forever be missed. Your legacy has been stamped in stone! You were the best and I’ll miss you every day! Sheree and Anderson family I am so very sorry for your loss of a great man! Celebrate his life and all he contributed while her was here! I’ll see you one day my friend. You and I on the course and our woman in the cart! I love you brotha! God speed.

  6. Tim was a very good friend of mine and was one of the hardest worker I ever had the pleasure to work with. Tim would always help me with my computer problems which was all the time. He was also the best golf partner a person could ask for.

  7. So saddened by the news of Tim’s passing. I have known the Boerner family., Jeannie and Leon Anderson for many years. Prayers for the family.
    Teresa Wylie Teague and Larry Teague.

  8. Carl and Penny Baldwin

    Jeannie and Leon, you are in our thoughts and prayers. We remember Tim as a handsome respectful teenager with a bright smile.

  9. Tim Anderson was a great man with a quiet presence and welcoming spirit. He made an impact on everyone that met him. He will be remembered and missed by everyone. May God Bless and comfort all who loved him so!

  10. Harold and Cindy Stinnett

    Dear Anderson Family, Harold and myself would like to express our deepest sympathy to you all for the loss of Tim. Our plans are not always the same plans that our Heavenly Father has but he knows better than we do our path in life. We pray that God wraps his arms around you all and brings you the comfort that you need during this time of loss. Tim was a wonderful man and will always be remembered very fondly. Sending our Love and Prayers. Harold and Cindy Stinnett and Boys.

  11. Sheree, So sorry to hear of Tim’s early passing. He was always respectful and full of life and adventure. He will be missed by so many, including me. Prayers for you and the entire family during this time.

  12. Brad and Grace Hackfeld

    Sheree we are deeply saddened by your loss, our hearts go out to you and your loved ones

  13. I love you Tim Anderson, Thank you for being such a good friend to me and my family until we meet again in Heaven my broher.

  14. Tim helped me with routine servicing on my car in the last 2 years and it was a pleasure to work with him. He had such a kind smile and disposition. My deepest sympathies to his family, friends and co-workers.

  15. I am Tommy Smith from Idaho. I am so sorry for your loss!

    I served with Tim during the early 1990s. He was actually my roommate at The Rock for nearly a year. The Rock was an Army Post located in Kirchgoens, West Germany. We were part of a combat Brigade that was led by our Battalion. He and I spent a lot of time together and he proved his integrity & loyalty many times. During the Gulf War in 1991, Tim served honorably and pulled more than his own weight. He was always ready to take guard duty and stood on the front line directly engaging the Iraqi Republican Guard. Tim helped our Battalion, Task Force 3-5 CAV, defeat an entire brigade of the Tawaklna Republican Guard. I am sure that some of you have seen his medals. He earned them!

    I just found out today that Tim passed away. Another good friend of Tim’s posted a message to our Battalion facebook page. There were a lot of nice comments left to honor Tim and I know that he will be missed. It was so great to catch up with Tim at our 25th anniversary reunion in 2016. That was the first time I had seen Tim in nearly 30 years. Tim was brave, smart, athletic, and above all a team player.

    I hope that this message provides some consolation. If we old veterans in the 3-5 CAV facebook page were aware that Tim passed away, you would have had dozens of veterans at the funeral. Thank you all for lending the USA Tim to serve as a WARRIOR for a few years. The world is better off for having had Tim serve his country.

  16. My name is Larry Taylor from Spokane, WA. I was Tim’s roommate for a time in the Army at B co. 3/5 Cav in Ayer’s Kaserne, Kirch gons Germany. Tim and I got pretty close and would spend a lot of time together when we had free time on the weekends. Tim loved to dance and taught me quite a few moves like “the running man” that we would use to impress the girls at the club, ha ha. He was always a very kind and genuine person. I was thinking about him yesterday so decided to look up his facebook page and was shocked when I learned the news. I feel blessed that I got to see him and catch up at our 25th anniversary Desert Storm reunion in 2016. I feel we are all very lucky and better off for knowing him. He will be missed by many of our veteran brothers. Until we meet again brother! Black Knights!

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