John Allen Anderson Jr.

November 4, 1931 ~ December 25, 2021 (age 90)

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John Allen Anderson Jr., 90 of Batesville, MS passed away on December 25, 2021 at the Sancturary Hospice House in Tupelo, MS. Mr. Anderson was Veteran of the Korean War while serving in the 5th Armored Division of the Army and served his country well. He enjoyed speed boat racing, fishing, hunting, and football. Mr. Anderson was a Master Carpenter in Texas where he assisted in developing downtown Dallas in the 1960's. He was born to John Allen Anderson Sr. and Cora Lee Anderson Stone on November 4, 1931 in Arkansas. He leaves behind his wife Rebecca Seale Anderson of Batesville, Son – John Allen Anderson III (Misty) and their twins Abigail and Allen of Texas, Daughter- Janet Bundrick (Dwayne) of Texas and her daughter Amber and Granddaughter Roxanne of Tennessee, Daughter Robin Mesko (David) and son Zakrey of Florida, Step- daughter- Anita White (Tommy) and children Shannon and TJ (three grandchildren) of Arkansas, Step-daughter Sharon Medlin (Roy) and son Coda of Mississippi, and Step-son Kyle Ellis (Michelle) and children Alexis and Mason of Mississippi. Mr. Anderson also has one surviving sister – Sunny Simmons of Florida. We are honored to serve the family of Mr. John Allen Anderson Jr. and our prayers and condolences go out to each and every family member. Please visit the "tribute wall" to leave condolences or messages for the family.

2 thoughts on “John Allen Anderson Jr.”

  1. Many Blessing and prayers go out to his children and family, he will be missed..He has gone to be with his deceased wife Delores, married 37 years, mother of his children..John had a full life, much love to all !!! Phyllis (Dinks)

  2. I grew up in Mesquite, TX in the 60’s with the Anderson family as our neighbors. My four siblings and I were friends with Johnny, Janet and Robin – part of our neighborhood pack of kids that played until the streetlight came on. John, Delores and the kids were good people. Those were great times and fond memories now.


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