From the Omaha World Herald:
SMSgt Roger Alan Anderson, Nov 21, 1939 - Mar 6, 2014Passed away on March 6 due to complications from a short term illness. Survivedby wife, Jeanette; 4 children, Chris (Laurie), and Kevin of Sacramento, CA,Mark, and Tara (Mitch) Compton of Omaha; 4 grandchildren, Christopher andLindsey Anderson, and (twins) Anderson and Everett Compton; sister-in-law, MaryAnderson; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Preceded in death byhis parents, Earl and Catharine (Blain) Anderson; brothers, Donald, William,and (identical twin) Robert; and nephews, Alan and Craig Anderson.
FUNERAL SERVICE Friday, March 14, at 11am at St.Stephen the Martyr Church, 16701 S Street, Omaha. VISITATION on Thursday 5-7pm,followed by PRAYER SERVICE at 7pm, all at Braman Mortuary, Southwest Chapel. Intermentin Mt. Auburn Cemetery, with Military Honors by Offutt Honor Guard. Memorialsto St. Stephen the Martyr Church; or Millard American Legion Post #374. You mayleave the family a condolence at: http://www.bramanmortuary.com BRAMAN MORTUARYSouthwest Chapel 6505 S. 144 St. 402-895-3400 –
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Roger and his twin brother Robert were highly respected air surveillance operators in the Connies at McClellan. I know Roger was with us in the beginning days of AWACS at Tinker; I cannot remember if Bob was too. Not to put him on the spot, but CMSgt Ed Gamble knew them both much better than I did.
Those who have made the final Off Station Call
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