Memorial services for Eddie Dewaine Anderson, 72, of Lake Bridgeport, will be 2 pm, Friday, October 14, at Hudson & Torres Family Funeral Home in Bridgeport, officiated by Brother Melvin Castleberry. Eddie passed away October 6, 2022, in Bridgeport, Texas.
Eddie was born January 7, 1950, in Deport, Texas. He was a man of many talents, one who served his country in the United States Navy, was an employee for the City of Bridgeport, worked tirelessly as an oilfield technician, and was an outstanding carpenter. In fact, he enjoyed carpentry so much that it also served as one of his favorite hobbies, as were painting and fishing.
He is survived by his wife of 26 years, Darla Anderson, whom he married on Valentine’s Day in 1996, in Lake Bridgeport; son Dustin Anderson, of St. Jo; daughter Shelly Thompson, of St. Jo; brothers David Anderson, of Decatur, and Terry Anderson, of Bowie; sister Carol Anderson Speers, of Caddo Mills; grandchildren Ashton and JC Anderson, of Denton, Blake, Kaegan, and Alec Anderson, of St. Jo, and Michael and Autumn Hamblin, of Lake Bridgeport.
Eddie is preceded in death by his mother, Jodie Verner.
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