Clinton “Buddy” Anderson – April 15, 2017

Clinton “Buddy” Anderson, 64, of St. Marys passed away in the early morning hours Saturday, April 15, 2017, following a lengthy illness.
Buddy was born June 17, 1952 in Waycross, GA.  He was a welder with Gilman Paper Company, retiring with 32 years of service, and also a welder with Elliott’s in Jacksonville, FL for 10 years.  Buddy was a member of the Tarboro Hunting Club and an avid sportsman.
A Celebration of Buddy’s Life will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 2:00 pm at Allison Memorial Chapel in St. Marys.
Survivors include his wife, DJ Anderson of St. Marys; mother, Bobbie Carter Bates of Waycross; sisters, Deborah McCrea of Alma and Patricia Stephenson (Steve) of Waycross; children, Raquel Ayres (Mike) of Tampa, FL, Dylan Anderson, and Ryan Anderson both of St. Marys; two step-sons, Shane Nix (Susan) of Kingsland and Shawn Nix (Debbie) of Nashville, GA; grandchildren, Brandon Nix, Kyle Nix, McKayla Ayres, Hudson Ayres, and Hayes Ayres; several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the American Cancer Society.
Allison Memorial Chapel and Funeral Home of St. Marys is in charge of arrangements.

6 thoughts on “Clinton “Buddy” Anderson – April 15, 2017

  1. Maggie Howard

    Buddy’s wife, children, and grand children,
    Sorry to hear this and news. Being a survivor of someone who you dearly love, I can say I know how you feel and God will be with you every step.

    We went to school together and he was always fun to be with. I pray for comfort from God for you.

    Maggie

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  2. Boo Kinsey

    Buddy I sure enjoyed the good and the once in a while bad times we had at Gilman. Actually the bad times were mostly when we thought we were going home for the weekend to fish or do whatever it was everybody did to enjoy themselves. Always pulled for you to win a bass tournament. I’ll always remember that smile and that laugh that could light up a break room. See you on the other side ole friend. Rest easy Buddy.

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  3. A.J. Witt

    My family and I feel very lucky to have known Buddy and called him a friend. I will never forget the times we spent at the hunting club together he really helped me deal with the loss of my father and I will be forever grateful for the time we spent riding around in his buggy drinking busch light and shooting the breeze. Buddy was such a kind man my children immediately took him and every time we loaded up to go to the club they asked me if Buddy was going to be there, of course they would be so disappointed if I said no. My heart goes out to his entire family for your incredible loss.

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  4. Bobby Goble

    Sorry to hear of Buddy’s passing. My thoughts and prayers going out to his family.

    Been knowing Buddy since grammar school, we had a lot of good times together.

    R.I.P. Buddy

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