Anderson E. Reed

Anderson E. Reed, age 71. Sunrise April 1, 1949 and Sunset September 11, 2020.

Please revisit this page and pray for Anderson’s family as they write his obituary.

Memorial Service will be planned for a later date. Arrangements entrusted to MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH 2500 Cleveland Ave. To read the complete obituary, view video tribute and offer condolences to The REED Family, visit

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  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family in this time of sorrow. Continue to rely on God and know that he hears your prayers, because he cares for you.
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  2. Dave SIXTOE Johnson

    I enjoyed Anderson, he was a class act. A kind hearted man. Always caring about the other guy. A man with style and a smile. He is finally home with his loved ones. This world will miss his kind spirit.

  3. Dear Family,

    Anderson and his dear Mother, Lucille, were dear, dear friends. Lucille worked for me for 25 years both at my home and my office in Bexley until she reached the age of 80. Anderson was so devoted to his Mother as she was to him. We continued to stay in touch with Anderson following his Mother’s death. Please accept our sincere sympathy and may your wonderful memories remain in your hearts of both Anderson and Lucille forever.

  4. Deacon Bert Castle, Shiloh Baptist Church

    The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in whom I take refuge; my shield, and the horn of my salvation, and my high tower. ~Psalm 18:2

    Please accept my deepest condolences and know that God loves you and can restore your spirits, give you peace, and strengthen you. I will miss Anderson.

  5. May your loving memories, of Anderson, help to sustain you, during this most difficult time. God’s Blessings Upon You.

  6. I worked with Anderson; we scored together for many seasons at DRC and AIR. What a pleasant, cheerful colleague he was, funny and always the gentleman. I always appreciated his sincerity, his affability, and his willingness to lend a hand. My deepest condolences to the Reed family for the loss of a kind and loving man.

  7. My friend, Anderson, is one of a kind. In high school, I always admired him because he was so intelligent, kind, well groomed and involved. I was kind of shy and a little unsure of myself, but Anderson always encouraged me. Throughout my careers and seasons, Anderson always remained that encouraging fuel. Anderson just loved, gave and served as well as encouraged and open doors. He is still here in all of our hearts and memories and in the blueprints of every act of love he demonstrated. I am praying with and for the family.

  8. Anderson you were always a good friend and knowing both you and your Mother for all those years leaves so many great memories, Thank You for your friendship and say Hi to Lucille for me. Rest In Peace my friend.

  9. Its been many years since I have seen Anderson but I remember him the most when he worked in the Ohio Department of development. But I also heard him in the radio. A class act

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