Obituary of Charles Anderson
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BENTON FALLSCHARLIE ANDERSON, 78, passed away November 19, 2021 with his loving wife, Linda, holding his hand. He was born July 27, 1943, the son of Lars and Agnes W. (Senkeiwez) Anderson. He attended school in Fairfield, Maine. On November 27, 1971 he married Linda Ann Potelle at the Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church in Skowhegan. Charlie was employed for 35 years at Huhtamaki (Keyes Fibre Company). He worked as a dye machine maintenance worker at the main mill in Fairfield until retirement and had also worked as a grinder operator at the Shawmut mill before its closing. Charlie loved tending animals and going to auctions as a hobby. He was famous in the neighborhood for his animals, especially his pigs. He was a quiet man who loved his family deeply. He was a great friend who was always willing to give a helping hand to anyone. Charlie is survived by his loving wife, Linda, son Shawn and his wife Lori, son Chad and his wife Rachel, son Travis and his wife Marci, son Jason; his granddaughter Carly, grandson Todd and several great-grandchildren. He will be sadly missed by his devoted lap buddy Joey and Joey's little sister Molly. A celebration of Charlie's life will be announced at a later date by the Anderson Family. Memories and condolences may be shared on this tribute wall.To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Charles Anderson, please visit our Tree Store
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