It is with great sadness that Americana Indian Shows and the Anderson family announce the passing of Lee Anderson on Sunday, May 27, 2012. Lee was an extraordinary individual whose passion for Native American arts and culture touched a great many people during his life. We wish to extend our gratitude to all of Lee’s many friends for the quality and richness you brought to his life. The fact that there are too many of you to mention by name here is a testament to the man he was and will always be remembered as. He was a soldier who served his country, a father, friend, husband, uncle, brother, father-in-law, grandfather, and mentor. Lee was laid to rest in Phoenix, Arizona, on Monday, June 4, in a private ceremony. The family would like to thank the Prescott VA Medical Center for the expert and compassionate care he received from staff and volunteers.
In lieu of cards and flowers, the family suggests honoring Lee’s memory with a donation to the VA Medical Center in Prescott or the Arizona Humane Society.
Lee — we love and miss you so much.
Donate to the VA
Please make check payable to VA Medical Center, with a note in the memo line: “for hospice in memory of Lee Earl Anderson.” Mail to: VA Medical Center Volunteer Services, 500 Hwy 89 North, Prescott, AZ 86313
Donate to Arizona Humane Society
Donate to a charity of your choice in Lee’s name
You can have notices sent to The Anderson Family, P.O. Box 3447, Flagstaff, AZ 86003.
Visit Lee’s Legacy page
We invite you to share your thoughts and memories of Lee on his guestbook.