Timothy David Anderson

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Timothy David Anderson, beloved son, grandson, brother, nephew, and friend, was born on September 5th, 1997 in Webster, Texas and went home to be with Jesus on December 31, 2016. He is survived by his loving parents: Mark and Cathy Anderson, his dear siblings: Leah Kozel and her husband Andrew Kozel, Jordan Anderson and his wife Marie Anderson, grandparents: Lee Anderson, Caroline Anderson, and a host of loving family: uncles, aunts, cousins, and nephews.

Timothy loved his family, friends, and animals deeply, and his time on earth was spent with the people he loved most. He was passionate about music, animals and video games. He also loved to travel and was so blessed to experience things like: swimming with dolphins in the Bahamas, snowmobiling and skiing in Utah, parasailing off the coast of Florida, air-boating in the Everglades, riding in a helicopter over the Hoover Dam, and got to see wonders like the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Pier 39, Colonial America, Vegas and New York City. He went to hundreds of shows, concerts and sporting events, everything his dad could get tickets to, and lived a very full life.

Timothy accomplished something monumental his last year with us and graduated from Pearland High School, he was honored in being a groomsman in his brother’s wedding, and celebrated his dad’s surprise birthday party. Timothy had a smile that would light up any room and any heart, and he did it without even trying. Timothy enjoyed coffee, Red Bull, his mom’s chili, football, and road trips with his family.

Timothy always said he wanted to be a Police Officer, in the US Military to fight for his country, or an NFL wide receiver. Now we are peacefully assured that he is the strong, uninhibited man that he always longed to be.

The service celebrating Timothy’s life will be held at 10:00am Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017, at Niday Funeral Home, 12440 Beamer Road, Houston, Texas 77089.

If you would like to say a few words about how Timothy impacted your life during the memorial service, please have a one-minute speech prepared and notify the pastor- Dr. Eric Skidmore when you arrive.

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