Gregory Anderson

Obituary of Gregory Albert Anderson

Gregory Albert Anderson, known to his loved ones as Greg, passed away on December 4, 2023, at the age of 71 in Gig Harbor, Washington. Born on November 5, 1952, in Tacoma, WA, Greg's life was filled with cherished memories and meaningful connections.

Greg was a remarkable individual who left a lasting impact on everyone he encountered. He was a great friend, known for his charismatic and caring nature. Greg's magnetic personality drew people to him, and he had a gift for making others feel valued and appreciated.

An avid outdoorsman, Greg found solace and joy in nature. Fishing, boating, camping, hunting, and gold panning were among his favorite pastimes. Greg also enjoyed testing his luck and skill at gambling, golf, pool, foosball, darts and horse shoes, always bringing excitement and laughter to those around him.

Greg's love for the outdoors extended to his own yard, where he would often be found working alongside his wife. Together, they created a beautiful landscape.

In addition to his passions, Greg cherished his family and friends above all else. He is survived by his loving spouse, Shawna, who stood by his side throughout their journey together. Greg was immensely proud of his son and daughter-in-law, Nick and Ewalina Anderson, and adored his granddaughters, Nanea and Nai'a Anderson. His siblings and their spouses, Pam and Alan Marcoe, Lynn and Ron Swann, Denise and Ed Gillespie, Mitch Anderson and Lori Joicham, and Joel Anderson, were also cherished members of his life. Along with his many nephews and nieces.

A ceremony to celebrate Greg's life will be held at the Waller Rd Grange on January 13th at 1pm. This gathering will provide an opportunity for family and friends to come together, share stories, and honor the memory of a remarkable individual who brought so much joy and love into the world.

Gregory Albert Anderson will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. His legacy of kindness, adventure, and devotion will continue to inspire and bring comfort to those who carry his memory in their hearts.

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