We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Bethesda Memorial Funeral Directors & Crematory Services, LLC
On behalf of the Owner, Management and Staff of Bethesda Memorial Funeral Directors, it is with deep regret and profound sorrow that we announce the passing of Mr. Willie Lee Anderson, age 90, of Dallas an Army veteran.
Mr. Willie Lee Anderson was born on March 8, 1932 in Henrietta, Texas to the proud parentage of Jack Anderson and Willie Mae Crane-Anderson.
He attended and completed his formal education in the Henrietta Public Schools. In March 1954 Willie was drafted into the U.S. Army, but due to injuries sustained, he was Honorably Discharged as a Pvt - E2.
Willie accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior and he never faulted in his Christian beliefs.
He had several jobs during his life time the most noted were that of automobile body repairman and employment as a lawn care specialist and landscaping.
Willie was preceded in death by his parents; Jack and and Willie Mae Anderson, his first wife; Addie Lee Anderson, and siblings;Titus, Flossie, Jessie, and Minnie Fay, and a grandson; Damien L. Johnigan.
He leaves to cherish precious and profound memories, his loving spouse; Jane Marie Battle, daughters; Adrian A. Brown, Barbara Brantley and Keneice Wells, sons; Willie E. Anderson, I (LeWillow), and Larry Williams, stepson; Christopher McKinney, brother-in-laws; Raymond “Ray” Davenport and Michael McKinney and sister-in-law; Doris Gambrell, grandchildren; Ms. Jenisia A. Anderson, Ms. Wil’Andrea L. Johnigan, Ms. De’Andrea C. Turner, Mr. Willie E. Anderson, II (Deondria), Kayla Williams, Carla Williams, Kellie Williams, Veronica Williams, Anthony Brantley, Charles Williams, Kameron Williams, Jasmine McKinney and Destiny Johnson, great-grandchildren; Deontray L. Anderson, Dejia S. Turner, Xavier M. Johnigan, Alahna C. Johnigan, Jaidyn M. Anderson, Deoniecio P. Turner, Dallice C. Kennedy, Arianna Holmes, Zion Williams , Quavon Brown, Montrell Owens, and Denim Wilson. Willie also leaves to cherish fond memories, a plethora of other relatives and friends. He will truly be missed by all who knew him.