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Henry David Anadon Sr.

March 20, 1950-October 22, 2011

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Henry David Anadon Sr.

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POSTED October 25, 2011 1:22 a.m.

Henry David Anadon Sr., 61, resident of Lathrop, California. Henry passed away peacefully with his wife, children and brother by his side at home, after a courageous  battle with Lymphoma and Leukemia.  Henry was born and raised in Stockton (Boggs Tract), California, graduated from Edison High School and attended San Joaquin Delta Junior College.  He retired after 25 years from the California Youth Authority as a counselor.  He was also an amazing musician and played in numerous bands, most recognizable would be The 9th Creation.  He was an active member of the Place of Refuge Church in Manteca, California.  Henry loved music, composing, playing or listening to it.  He loved playing the soprano saxophone, piano and the guitar.  He loved laughing and being with his family.

He was the youngest of 13 children born to the late Anastacio and Anita Anadon and was the beloved husband of Sylvia (Ross) Anadon for over 32 years.  Henry will be forever  remembered  by his beloved brothers Jeffery & Melanie Anadon Sr., Paulino & Milagros  Anadon, loving sisters Frances & Joe Razo, Annie & Ben Mosqueda, beloved children: Henry & Carrie Anadon Jr., Glory Leavitt, Micheal & Sheila Anadon, Tabatha & Anthony Cooper, Zach Anadon, Anthony & Merissa Anadon, Erin & David Beauchamp, David Anadon, Allison & Jeremy Krohn, Tori Anadon and James Anadon.  Treasured grandchildren: Morrisa  Anadon, Aden Anadon, Madeline Martinez, Ethan Anadon, William Perry, Jordan Snodgrass, Phoenix Anadon, Gabriel Anadon, Braydon Anadon, Elijah Anadon, Solomon Beauchamp, Kaelynn Anadon, Aubrey Krohn, Grayson Cooper, Joash Beauchamp, Brodie Krohn and Aria Beauchamp, as well as, caring in-laws Donald and Catherine Grove. There are countless family and friends who are blessed to have known him.

Henry touched the lives of many people with his musical talent, smile and generosity.  Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial service at Place of Refuge Church, 486 Button Ave., Manteca at 2:00 PM on Saturday, October 29, 2011.

Manteca (Calif.) Bulletin
Tuesday, October 25,2011

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