Jimmie Aldine Anderson

Jimmie Aldine Anderson, 75, of Broadway, died Friday, October 18, 2013 at Rockingham Memorial Hospital in Harrisonburg.

Mr Anderson was born February 7, 1938 in Broadway, son of the late Staylor Aldine and Willie Helmita Lloyd Anderson.

He retired from the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Department in Woodstock. He was a member of Morning Star Lutheran Church west of Mt. Jackson, West Shenandoah Ruritan Club, Orkney Springs Volunteer Fire Department and Circle 8 Hunt Club.

He is survived by his wife, Catherine Fulk Anderson whom he married August 30, 1958. Also surviving are two daughters, Cammie Fulk and husband Ronnie of Fulks Run and Connie Banton and husband Corey of Palmyra; a sister, Judy Mongold of Timberville; a brother, Raymond Anderson of Fulks Run; four grandchildren, Rebecca Fulk, Cayla Banton, Corey Graham Banton, Sarah Fulk; and a great granddaughter, Rylie Banton

Funeral services will be Monday, October 21, 2013 at 3 p.m. at Morning Star Lutheran Church west of Mt. Jackson with the Rev. James “Sonny” Dodds officiating. Burial will follow at Morning Star Church cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Eric Pults, Rick Hassler, Jeff Holsinger, Sheriff Tim Carter, James Dellinger and

The family will receive friends Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson.

Memorial contributions may be made to Orkney- Basye Fire and Rescue, P. O. Box 374, Basye, VA 22810 of charity of your choice.

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13 Condolences to Jimmie Aldine Anderson

  1. Jeff Larsen says:

    Catherine,

    I am so sorry to hear that Jimmie passed away. I remember the great times we’ve spent together. He and Hope Andrick, no doubt, will be trout fishing together now. Rest in peace, Jimmie!

    Jeff Larsen

  2. Charles Dodds says:

    Wow where do I start, I have been a friend to this family thruogh Cammie and Ronnie for years. Going driving in the mountains to fish with the Anderson Family, going to family gatherings at the Circle 8 Hunt Club Cabin, visiting with Jimmie and Catherine in their home. Of course like always time does change things and my life changed in different directions but we are still friends. Catherin, Cammie, Connie and the rest of the family may you find comfort in your time of loss and may GOD wrap his arms around each of you to comfort you and to let you know this is just a temperary separation, for you will meet Jimmie again in the sweet by and by. Love to all Charles

    • Anonymous says:

      Charlie, You have always been and will always be a dear friend. Life is full of moments and the best ones are shared with family and friends. I’m so glad God had our lives twine together. God has wrapped us in his loving arms. Daddy and your mom are there with him now and one day we will join them.

  3. Larry Showalter says:

    Grew up with Jimmy and his brothers and have many fond memories of those long ago years.

    Jimmy was a good person

  4. Frank Mundy says:

    Brother Jimmy:

    Even though we did not share the name of Brother by a family blood line, you have always been and will always be a special person to me. Our very first meeting as Law Enforcement Officers soon turned into a friendship which became even more.

    You always honest, dependable and caring toward everyone especially family and friends. Another impressive traits which I always admired is your humbleness. Whenever someone wanted to recognize one of your many actions of good well, you would just bow your head and say “Ole that’s nothing, I’m just glad that I could help”.

    Your concerns and good deeds also extended past family and friends. You were always concerned with the less fortunate in the community and how you could help them. Many will never know how hard you worked to protect the community and all those who lived there.

    Brother, “I have written this note for your family and friends to read, but as you know I have already shared this with you. I know that you are with the many family members who has gone before you. I also know you all are enjoying each others presence. Some may wonder why I did not write my note in the past tense, it is very simple. You are not gone, done, finished but rather only serving in a new patrol area….(Where there is no pain and grief).

    When it is my time to join you, I know you will be there with your hand out and with a big smile say, “Welcome, Brother you will like it here.”

    • Anonymous says:

      Frank,
      Daddy has always considered you his brother. I’m sure he’s there enjoying his friends and family members who have been waiting for him. I think of the words to the song “I’ll be waiting on the far side banks of Jordan. I’ll be waiting drawing pictures in the sand and when I see you coming I will rise up with a shout and come running through the shallow water reaching for your hand.”
      Cammie

  5. Rick Hassler says:

    Jimmie,

    You were a special friend. We worked many years together in law enforcement and I saw you do some amazing things–things that most folks in Shenandoah County never knew about. Your concern for others, your dedication to duty as a Deputy Sheriff may have gone unnoticed by those you were protecting, but not to those of us that had the pleasure of knowing you and working with you. You will be greatly missed.

    Catherine, Cammie and Connie may God wrap you in his loving arms and give you comfort a this time.

    • Anonymous says:

      Rick,
      Thank you so much. Growing up we knew Daddy was a good man, we just had no idea how respected and wonderful he was. The stories we’ve heard just confirm what we knew. We were blessed to have him as an earthly father. Thanks for being a friend.
      Cammie

  6. Vicki Moyers says:

    Cammie, I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. A consolation to me is that one day we will see our loved ones again. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks Vicki. Daddy was a special guy who blessed our lives. I’m clinging to God’s promise that we will be together again one day with no pain or confusion. The love of friends give us comfort. The love of God gives us peace.

  7. D. Johnson says:

    Please accept my condolences on the loss of your dear loved one. Take comfort in knowing that our heavenly Creator will soon remove all pain, sorrow, and death forever! May this promise as recorded in Revelation 21:3,4 be of comfort to you as you gain the strength and inner peace to cope with the days ahead. Philippians 4:13.