Brian Anderson

Brian Anderson

Thursday, June 7th, 1951 - Sunday, March 10th, 2019
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Brian Anderson, 67 of Millinocket and Prospect, Connecticut, passed on to a pain free place on Sunday, March 10, 2019 after his battle with cancer. His loving family was by his side, and, just as in the rest of his life, Gerri was there by his side at all times making sure he was well cared for.

Brian was a wonderful husband, Dad, grandfather and brother. He had a great love for all his family. He spent his life always learning new things and enjoyed passing along his wealth of knowledge to anyone willing to learn. He loved to be outdoors riding around in the truck, out in the boat, on the motorcycle or on the snowmobile. He enjoyed many camping trips, trips to see the hot air balloon festivals, and the coast as well as being out in the woods. He could fix anything and enjoyed doing many projects, one of the most recent being his new fence. He looked forward to helping Dan work on his family's new home at the lake, a place he also loved to be. He was a paper maker in Millinocket for almost 30 years, he fixed many VCR's in the community and was also a stained glass artist.

Brian will be greatly missed by all who loved him. He is survived by his loving wife of 47 years Germaine (Howson) who has been his sweetheart since grammar school, his daughter Michelle and her husband Gary Charette, son Daniel and his wife Amy (Leet) Anderson, grandkids Evan McLaughlin, Kacie McLaughlin, Makayla Anderson, Molly Anderson and great granddaughter Loni McLaughlin, sister Donna and her husband Ron Gelinas, brother Scott Anderson and sister in law Christine Lynch, nieces and nephews David and Lisa Gelinas, Lori Strobeck, Clint and Tracy Howson, Kelley and John Lukeski, Morgan Lynch and Jaime Lavalle, Heather and James Tiganella, Lauren Anderson and Nathan Sprague and Andy Anderson, as well as numerous aunt's, uncle's and cousin's and friends and friends of the family that loved him as father too. He was predeceased by his parents Gilbert and Una Anderson, in laws Thomas and Jane Howson, brother's in law Thomas Howson and Kenneth Lynch.

The family would like to thank the staff at Millinocket Regional Hospital for their care while Brian was there. Donations in Brian's name can be made to the Katahdin Area Support Group, P.O, Box 974, Millinocket, ME 04462 or to the Millinocket Regional Hospital Oncology Department, 200 Somerset Street, Millinocket, ME 04462.
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Lori Gelinas

Posted at 05:17pm
I have a lot of memories of times shared with my Uncle Brian. When we were younger I remember our times up at camp in the winter bundling up for family trips on the snowmobiles. And of course all the boat rides we took in the summer months out on South Twin.
When I got a bit older we would always be at Brian and Gerri's house playing cards or Trivial Persuit, and my favorite was charades. There was always a lot of laughing heard throughout the house.
I remember when His family got a new camcorder. He would go up by the back mill gate and take videos of the lightning storms. Then he would invite us over to watch the tape. It was beautiful to see the lightning strikes in slow motion.
Our family would spend many holidays with my Uncles family. There was never a dull moment when our families got together.
I wasn't able to say goodbye to Uncle Brian because I was dealing with my own health problems but he, his family and of Course my Mother Donna and Father Ron and Uncle Scott and his kids where in my prayers from the beginning.
The world's become a little less remarkable since you passed away. I have faith we will all be together again. That is one of the greats gifts God has promised.

carol Robinson-Field

Posted at 10:14am
Gerry,Mechelle, Daniel: I am so sorry to hear of your loss.Brian and you folks are the best people I have ever met. I will never forget you. Fly with the angels brian. God wrap your arms around this family and watch over them.

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