When a child is born a rece begins, it is the race from the crade to the grave and in between, bit it shor or long come life, each person must run their own couse andso it was for
Nathaniel Edward Anderson.
On February 15, 1939, Nathaniel E. made his arrival in Okmulgee, Oklahoma to his loving parents Alma Conley and nathaniel William Anderson. “Lil Nae” as he was lovingly called, was the second of three children born to the Andersons and he had one half sister. Nathaniel attended elementary school briefly in Herlong, California before coming to Oklahoma in 1948 where he attended Dunbar Elemetary School. He graduated from Booker T. Washington in 1957.
Nae married Pearlie Mae Johnson in 1960 and he worked at Bama Pie Inc. for 10 years. He mnoved to San Jose, California in 1967. There he worked at the Container Corportation for35 years until retirement.
He attended the Chaderal of Faith Church. Ili Nae was always helping out in whatever was he could. He was always giving advice. He loved trying out new recipes, new foods, watching his westerns and sports, he was a di hard “Cowboy and Lakers”, fan and he liked other forms of entertainment.
Preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandpartens, father, nathaniel Williams, mother Alma Conley two sister Grace jean Verner and Celestine Anderson.
Leaving to reflecvt on his memory five children Sheryl Mickle of Fairview, CAlifornia, Marcus (Louvenia Carol) Cyntia, Keith, and Angela (Adrian) of Oklahoma City, Ok, his belovecd sister Almarie Vinson, and his long time friend, Watrine Patterson of San Jose, California 11 granchildren and 20 great grand children.
Viewing for Mr. Anderson is scheduled for Friday, July 27, 2012 1:00 -5:00 pm at Dyer Chapel.
Services scheduled for Saturday, July 28, 2012 at 2:00pm Full Gospel Family Outreach Ministries.
Bishop Harold Jones, Officiating
Interment Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Skiatook, Oklahoma