Farming Rural 06

Dallas E. Anders

August 13, 1928 ~ November 17, 2021 (age 93)


Memorial Services for Dallas E. Anders, age 93, of Stanton, will be 10:00 a.m., Monday, November 22, 2021 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Stanton.  Reverend Jason Schulz will officiate.  Military Honors conducted by Nebraska Army National Guard Honor Guard, VFW Post 3602 and American Legion Post 88.  Visitation with family will be one hour prior to service at church.  Home for Funerals – Stanton is in charge of arrangements. 

He passed away Wednesday, November 17, 2021 at the Stanton Health Center.

Dallas Eugene was born on the family farm southeast of Stanton on August 13, 1928 to Paul and Sylvia (Sprieck) Anders.  He was baptized on September 20, 1928 by Reverend Klaus and confirmed at St. John’s Lutheran Church by Reverend H. Hackbarth on June 28, 1941.  He was a life time member of St. John’s.  He attended country school District #15 and graduated from Stanton High School in 1945.

Dallas entered the U.S. Army and served from 1952 to 1954.  He returned to the family farm to help with feeding livestock and farming.

On Easter Sunday, April 17, 1960, he was united in married to Dorothy Roenfeldt at Morning Star Lutheran Church in Omaha.  They lived in Stanton for about two years, when Dallas’s parents decided to retire and move to town.  Upon their retirement, Dallas and Dorothy moved to the farm.

To make their family complete, they adopted Todd in 1963 and Tamara in 1966.

Farming was Dallas’s life but after retiring in 1994, Dallas had to keep busy so he worked various jobs in Norfolk and again retiring in 2015.

Due to a fall and broken hip and fractured back, Dallas resided at the Stanton Health Center, where he has resided until his death.

He is survived by his loving wife of 61 years, Dorothy, son Todd (Carrie) Anders, daughter Tamara (Duane) Volden, grandchildren Desiree (John) Henry of Baker City, OR, Blake Kucera of Smyrna, TN, Paul Anders and Megan Anders of Bell Buckle, TN, and  Austin Sanne of Norfolk, great grandchildren Joseph, John II and Lane Henry of Baker City, OR, Zydan, Nytalia, and Theo Sanne of Norfolk, and Scarlett Livaudais of Bell Buckle, TN, brother Richard (Shirley) Anders of Omaha, nieces Bonnie (Dave) Hersperger of Highland Ranch, CO, Glori Geu of Omaha, Shari (Dan) Ruelas of Houston, TX, Shayla Anders of Kansas City, MO, nephews Weslie Geu of Wisner, and James Collins of Brandon, FL, in-laws Marcella “Sally” Stuthman, LaVern “Tillie” Lehman, and Lois (Keith) Jech of Wayne, Lawrence “Beezy” (Caroline) Roenfeldt, Clara (Dennis) Severa of Stanton, and sisters-in-laws Janet Roenfeldt and Rita Roenfeldt both of Stanton. 

Dallas was preceded in death by his parents, sisters LaVerla (Willis) Geu and Betty (Larry) Collins, in-laws Emil, Fritz, Walter and Orville Roenfeldt, Marie (Wayne) Wendt, Mable (Alvin) Hartman, Hilda (Norman) Remm, Esther (Leonard) Sydow, Florence (Keith) Carson, brothers-in-law Henry Stuthman and Norman Lehman, and three nephews Leon Remm, Michael Sydow and Kevin Jech. 

Memorials requested to the church.  

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November 22, 2021

9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
St. John's Lutheran Church - Stanton
600 Nutmeg Street
Stanton, NE 68779

Memorial Service
November 22, 2021

10:00 AM
St. John's Lutheran Church - Stanton
600 Nutmeg Street
Stanton, NE 68779

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