Jim Anderson

Jim AndersonJim Anderson age 68 of Rapid City, SD, formerly of Marshall and Tracy, passed away Sunday, April 19, 2015 at the University of Minnesota Medical Center. Memorial services will be at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 22 at the Tracy Area Funeral Home. Visitation is one hour prior to services. Burial is in the Tracy City Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Stephens Funeral Service – Tracy Area Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

James Michael Anderson was born May 1, 1946 in Tracy, Minnesota to Frank and Virginia (Ewy) Anderson.

Jim is survived by his life partner Eloyse of Rapid City, SD; children: Paul (Lori) of Rapid City, SD, Mike (Angie) of Canby, and Tom “Chopper” (Christy) of Rapid City, SD; grandchildren: Michael, Andrew, and Duka; step grandchildren: Ronnie, Sara, Josh, Destiny, Arya, Hope, Luke, and Tucker; siblings: Kathy, Karen, Karel, and John. He is preceded in death by his beloved wife Twyla, brother Bill, and his parents.

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  1. Gary and Kim Kurtz says:

    Jim Anderson family we are sorry for your lose you all are in our thoughts and prayers .

  2. Per Peterson says:

    Eloyse and family: I am so sorry for your loss. Ole and I will be praying for you! God bless.

  3. Linda Budolfson says:

    Our prayers are with Jims family at this time. Hoping your memories of shared moments and events make you smile.
    Jim and Linda Budolfson

  4. Christine Cole & Slone says:

    Eloyse and family;
    We are so sorry for your loss Jim was a great man! We wish we could be there.
    You are in our thoughts and prayers
    The Heverns

  5. Dean Anderson says:

    Sorry for your loss. Jim was part of the much respected Francis Anderson family and a best friend of my older brother, Glen, during his high school years in Tracy. I was a friend of John’s, so got to hang out with the older guys on rare occasions. Jim was a multi-talented guy with a great personality, natural athletic abilities (top ranked high school wrestler, etc.) and also enjoyed extracurricular activities, including cars. He had a black ’39 Chevy Coupe for a short time, chopped the top and painted an old Mopar(?) car red and green with his friends and called it ‘Stop and Go’ (it had no starter). He worked hard and bought a new light blue ’63 Impala SS his junior year in high school, which was especially impressive to a young kid.

  6. Judy Anderson says:

    To Jim’s family, so sorry to hear about my cousin Jim. My dad was Virgil, France’s oldest brother. He always kept us informed about Jim. Our deepest condolences to all. Love Judy

  7. Jody Budolfson Cunningham says:

    so sorry to hear about Jim. Such a great cousin, always made me laugh. My mom, Joyce and Virginia were sisters. Thought and prayers with the family.

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