Henry W. Anderson

April 16, 1930-Sept. 1, 2017

Henry “Hank” William

Anderson, 87, lifelong

resident of Minot, passed

peacefully at his home on

September 1, 2017 sur-

rounded by loving family

and hospice.

Henry was born April

16, 1930 at Minot, North

Dakota, the son of

Clarence and Marjorie

(Jones) Anderson. He was

raised and educated in

Minot, graduating from

Minot High School in

1948. He enlisted with the

U.S. Army and honorably

served his country during

the Korean War. He was

united in marriage to Bet-

ty A. Olson on September

15, 1951. They lived for a

short time in Sparta, WI

while Hank was stationed

at Camp McCoy. He later

was stationed in Korea,

until he was honorably

discharged and returned

to Minot.

Hank was employed for

more than 30 years with

Minot Builder’s Supply

from the late 1950’s until

he retired in 1993. During

those years, they also

lived in Havre, MT for 10

years. Betty died on Au-

gust 4, 2010. Hank contin-ued to live at their

residence on Skyline

Drive where he loved his

yard work, trees and gar-

dening. He also enjoyed

fishing, hunting and the

great outdoors throughout

the years.

Hank is survived by:

his children, Bill Ander-

son, St. Paul, MN, Kristy

Ann Peterson, Minot,

Richard (Laurie) Ander-

son, Naperville, IL, Vicki

(Michael) Frank, Minot

and David (Jena) Ander-

son, Allen, TX; grandchil-dren, Tate, Gracie, Katie,

Sidney and Missy; great

grandchildren, Taylor, Za-

chary, Kobe and Nicholas;

nephew Fred (Natalie)

Anderson, Mandan, Abi-

gail, Sophia and Cooper.

Hank is preceded in

death by his parents,

wife, Betty and brother,


A private family grave-

side service will take

place in Mid-September

in Rosehill Memorial

Park, Minot.

A Public Gathering and

Booksigning: Monday,

September 11, 2017 from

2:00-4:00 p.m. in Thomas

Family Funeral Home,


Memorials are pre-

ferred to Minot Park Dis-

trict Foundation or Trinity

Hospice Program.

Those wishing to sign

the online memorial regis-

ter or share memories are

invited to use the expres-

sions of sympathy section

at (www.thomas