Dallas Anderson age 66 of Grand Haven went to be with Jesus May 19, 2021.
Preceded in death by his parents, siblings, and two grandbabies.
Surviving are his loving wife of 45 years Teresa Anderson, Daughter Tracy and son in law Chris Meuschke, Son James and daughter in law Whitney Anderson.
Grand children who were the light of his life Brody, Brinley, Dallas, Hailey, Ashlyn, and Averie. Treasured nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends he considered family.
A celebration of his life will be held at 11am Saturday June 5, 2021 with visitation at 10am at Beulah Land Christian Center 3345 S Genesee Rd. Burton, MI 49519
In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to the Trump campaign fund for the 2024 election, Dallas loved jokes so this seemed fitting for him. On a serious note memorial contributions can be made to Disabled American Veterans DAV.org
Dallas was born June 1, 1954 in Flint, the son of James and Pat Anderson. He was a 1972 graduate of Northwestern High School. Dallas married Teresa Cahill on July 5, 1975 in Flint. He retired from McLaren Regional Medical Center in 2017 after 44 years of service as a Maintenance Mechanic and was president of the union for many years. Dallas loved spending time with his family and friends. He would do anything for them. He loved hard which is why friends became family to him. He was everyone's best friend the person you could rely on no matter what. He was a bonus Father, brother, or uncle to many. You couldn't help but love him. He was truly such a great example of Jesus to others. His favorite color was camo or crimson, Roll Tide! He enjoyed everything outdoors. Hunting, camping, fishing, golfing, traveling, off roading, playing euchre, and cruising around on his pontoon. Making memories with his family, especially the love of his life for over 45 years brought him so much joy. He answered to many names Diesel, Big D, Dally and more but his favorite was Papa!
Dallas LIVED life until he died! And then he wiped his feet on the doormat of death and LIVED again to the fullest!
"Dallas commitment to family, friends and work is a legacy that will long be remembered by those who loved him and were fortunate enough to call him a friend. While unable to attend the celebration of his life, Teresa and the family are in our thoughts and prayers.
We are so thankful to have had Dallas as part of our lives.
With love in our hearts always.
Margie and Paul
"Every Man Dies Not every Man Lives . Dallas was a man who lived life every day !I love him and miss him So sorry