CHRIS ANDERSEN

Anders Christian Andersen passed away peacefully at Nipissing Serenity Hospice, North Bay, on Saturday, January 21st, 2023. Age 90 years.

Beloved husband of Marlane Andersen for 59 years. Loving father of Ian and Pacita; Brian; and Darran and his wife Pam. Dear Grandpa of Megan (Shawn), Tyler (Kimberley), Nicole (Landon), and Lauren (Blake). Great Grandpa of Andi, Blake, and Parker; Tripp and Harper; Bowen; and Lily. Dear brother of the late Karen and Anna. Fondly remembered by his nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.

Chris’ family would like to extend a special Thank you to Dr. Sarah McKinnon and all of the staff at Nipissing Serenity Hospice for their compassion and wonderful care of Chris.

Friends will be received at the Logan Funeral Home, 81 James Street, Parry Sound (705-746-5855) on Saturday, January 28th, from 11:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.

Funeral Service will take place on Saturday, January 28th, at 1:00 P.M. Reception to follow.

Interment Fairholme Cemetery in the spring.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to Nipissing Serenity Hospice would be appreciated.

Condolences


The Andersen family always made me feel welcome in their lives and they made me a better person . The world has lost a great man, father, grandfather, friend. He will be missed. My condolences.

-Dale Riddell

We are so sorry for your loss. Having only met Chris once or twice, but hearing Darran and Pam speak so highly of him, we understand how devastating a loss it is. Take care of yourselves and each other, and lean on friends and family.

-Mark and Kerry Ireland

Our Sympathy to Darren, Pam and family in the passing of your Dad and Grandpa. Every time you find yourself doing something he taught you or repeating something he used to say you bring your Dad/Grandpa’s memory back.

-Ralph and Dianne Wood

We are so sad for you and your family. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. So lucky to have known such a great guy.
Love Kim and Earl Gibson.

-Kim and Earl Gibson

My condolences to the Andersen family. Chris was a wonderful man who will be missed dearly. We met Chris years ago when my in-laws moved to Whitestone. Marlene and a Chris rookie them under their wing and they became best friends as did us and our 3 sons.

-Jackie Chapman (Phelan)

So sorry to hear this loss Marlane and family. Deepest condolences and so happy to have known and shared great times with Chris. Joan and Bill

-Joan Bettles

Marlane and family; Rick and I feel it an honour to have known Chris. I always admired Chris’ determination, pride and fantastic hospitality! God needed another angel and He has hard working angel with him now. Wishing you all many wonderful stories to share and comfort you in the upcoming days. Rest In Peace Chris ❤️

-Barb and Rick Boulter

Chris was always awesome to me growing up as one of Ian's friends. He would offer me one of his home made beers as soon as I'd walk through the door. Chris had a great sense of humor and with Marlane, raised three great boys. Rest in peace Chris.

-Jeff Boyd

Our condolences to Marlane and family,
Whitestone Municipality is enriched by folks like Marlene and Chris who brought their family and loving spirits to Dunchurch.
Chris was a keen builder always assisted with community protects such as building the first Dunchurch volunteer fire hall, United Church multi purpose room and an avid Agricultural Society volunteer to mention a few. The Andersen's on East Town Line will be long remembered as "Back at the Anderson's" by those of us who were so fortunate to know the Anderson family.

-Joe McEwen

Marlane and family my deepest condolences. May he rest in peace

-Lorna Frey

Tha Dunchurch Agricultural Society extends deepest sympathy to the family of Chris Andersen. Chris and his family are long time members and volunteers at the Dunchurch Fall Fair and even after moving away Chris and Marlane would come back each year to help. Chris’ family is still very active with the Dunchurch Agricultural Society and continue his strong community support. Chris will be greatly missed but not forgotten.

-Dunchurch Agricultural Society

My sincere condolences on your loss. I have many wonderful memories of Chris, Marlene and boys! They were great friends and neighbors. Chris will be missed! Paul Phelan

-Paul Phelan

We want to extend our deepest sympathy to Marlane, Ian, Brian, Darran and all of the Andersen Family. It is almost 50 years since Chris first started picking up a wee little guy to ride with the boys to school. In all those years Chris and his family have been true friends of our entire family. We know Chris will be long remembered by his community and many friends, and deeply missed by his family. We should all be so fortunate to be missed by our grandchildren and great grandchildren.

-Kirk and Michelle Quinn and Family

Chris and Marlane moved here in 1975 with their 3 boys, as their closest neighbours we watched the family grow to grandchildren, and great grandchildren. A family we are very proud to know. Chris will be missed by all who knew him. Judy & Bill

-Bill & Judy

Marlane and family we are so sorry to hear of Chris passing. He was a wonderful man and we have fond memories of him assisting us in the construction of the Duck’s Nest Restaurant when we owned Duck Rock Resort and renovations to our house when we purchased on Whitestone Lake Road. He was such a perfectionist and we so appreciated him helping us make our dreams come true. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Bert and Dyanne Roberts

-Bert and Dyanne Roberts