Eugene Anderson, Jr.
- October 28, 1956 - September 5, 2012
- Austin, Texas
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“Uncle bopete not a day goes by that I don't miss u more than anything in this world even though I know u are smiling down on me I love and miss u...Read More »
1 of 6 | Posted by: Keala sawyers - Austin, TX
“I miss you so much. Words can not express how empty I feel. RIH Uncle Bo Pete.
2 of 6 | Posted by: LaMeka Lowe - Austin, TX
“To the Anderson Family : I was so sorry to hear of "Bo Beet",leaving his earthly vessel, not sad but rejoicing for him he has crossed over ....Read More »
3 of 6 | Posted by: Jocelyn Taylor - Austin, TX
“Donald and Family, I was so sorry to hear Eugene died. He has been my regular customer at HEB for a long time. To his son Derrick, know that he...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Faith (firstname.lastname@example.org) - TX
“My heart goes out to The Anderson Family for the Homegoing of they love one. Denise Thompson
5 of 6 | Posted by: willie j. alexander - austin, TX
“BoPeep, I hate that you had to leave us so soon. Suffer no more, God is going to take care of you. You was the BEST GRANDPA that my nephew could...Read More »
6 of 6 | Posted by: Tianna Johnson - Austin, TX
Eugene Anderson, Jr. was born October 28, 1956 in Austin, Texas to Alice Ann Dale and Eugene Anderson, Sr. He attended public schools in Austin after which he enlisted into the United States Army with his most memorable tour of duty being in Korea. Upon leaving the Army, he worked for the University of Texas. He spent his last thirteen plus years working with the Cit of Austin Sanitation and Recycling Department. Eugene confessed Christ at an early age at the Ulit Avenue Missionary Baptist Church under the late Reverend O. S. Davis. He believed in Jeuss and in the power of prayer. Eugene's greatest legacy was his love, devotion and service to his family. He enjoyed cooking and loved watching his family and friends enjoy his prepared meals. He was well known for the "World's Famous" potato salad. After a brief battle with cancer, on the evening of Septemer 5, 2012, Eugene entered into heavenly rest. There he joins his mother and father and his maternal and paternal grandparents. Eugene leaves to cherish his memory son, Derrick Eugene Early, brother Robert Mitchell, sister Debra Sue, brothers Donald Ray, Michael, Ricky and Dion; sisters Gloria, Lisa, Sandra and Sonya; grandchildren Derrick, LaDacious, De'Arrick and Jada; nieces LaMeka, Wendy, Keala, Teliea and Asia; great nephew, T. J. Lowe; and a host of relatives and friends.