Eugene Anderson

Eugene Atwood "Gene" Anderson III

Sunday, November 8th, 2020
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Eugene Atwood Anderson III (Gene), 68, the beloved husband for 47 years of Donna Scheller Anderson of North Stonington passed away on November 8th. He was born in Westerly to the late Marjorie W. Anderson and Eugene Atwood Anderson Jr.

Gene’s passion in life was his family, woodworking, stonework and showing younger generations the value of hard work.

In addition to his wife, Gene is survived by his children, Son, Eugene Anderson IV (wife Melissa), and their children David and Isabella, his daughter Elizabeth Varas (husband John) and their children Ruby and Nolan. his sisters Laura Czerkiewicz (husband Walter), Cynthia Anderson (husband Eric Seamans), Marjorie G. Anderson (husband Chris Nielson) ….; his brothers, John Anderson (wife Patricia) and Ripley Anderson (wife Sharon), and nieces and nephews.

Gene will always be fondly remembered by those who had the pleasure to work, laugh, and worship with him.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Gene’s memory.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, all services will be private.
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Andy Heist

Posted at 05:39pm
Gene was a great man with great skills who seemed to love nothing more than he did his family. I remember spending time at the house as a kid and roaming the beautiful property. I’m so glad we reconnected in recent years and I got to spend a little time with him. He will be greatly missed.

Donna Kitchel

Posted at 05:01pm
Gene was one of the hardest working and kindest people that we know. His sense of humor, his smile and the love he had for his beautiful family was everything. I remember him and my husband, Dan, having pizza bets over the pine wood derby races. How much fun we all had while our boys were in scouts together. I also remember Gene and Bucko coming over to help hoist our bathtub up to the second floor and through the window opening for our bathroom remodel. I so wish that we could have visited more often in recent years. My sincere sympathy goes to Donna, "little" Gene and Beth. Gene was one of the best and he will be truly missed.

Ray & Sue Geer

Posted at 03:52pm
Sue & I graduated with Eugene (Wheeler High Class of 1970). We would occasionally see Eugene and his wife out someplace having dinner. We always shared good conversation when we would bump into them. He was a man with integrity and was well respected by those who knew him.

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