Harold Earl Anderson, Jr, 69 (also known as Punky) of Webster City, died early Friday morning at the Israel Hospice House in Ames. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, Nov 2, from 5 – 7 PM at Boman Funeral Home. The Memorial Services will be Thursday, Nov 3, at 11:00 AM at Boman Funeral Home (www.bomanfh.com).
Harold was born on October 4, 1947, to Harold Earl Anderson Sr and Ethel Ione West Anderson. “Punky” was raised in Stanhope with his brother Murray. He was a graduate of South Hamilton High School class of 1965. He served in the National Guard for 6 years. Harold married Ranae’ Farwell on April 24, 1982. Harold has been retired since the closing of Electrolux where he had worked for 45years. He also worked for many years at Trustworthy Hardware.
He had many interests throughout his life, such as fishing, hunting, treasure hunting with his metal detector, online poker, casinos and lottery and of course Lotto numbers along with spending time with his family.
His family includes: His wife Ranae’; four children: Kevin (Maria) Farwell of Webster City, Kelly Farwell Ubben of Webster City, Kimberly (Brian) Anderson Reese of Webster City and Kaylene (David) Anderson Shore of Pleasant Hill; nine grandchildren: Samantha Ubben of Webster City, Megan Farwell of Webster City, Natalie (Chris) Farwell Long of Duncombe, Matthew Pigman of Ames, Joshua Pigman of Radcliffe, Jacob Pigman of Radcliffe, Desiree Farwell of Webster City, Nathan Anderson of Webster City, and David Shore of Pleasant Hill; Six great-grandchildren: Khaiana Chitavong and Khaizer Tolbert of Webster City, Wyatt and Brock Farwell of Webster City, Aiden and Jordyn Long of Duncombe and also one brother Murray (Debbie) Anderson of Webster City. He was preceded in death by his parents; great-grandsons Brenden and Lucas Farwell.
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