Albert H. Anderson

Date of Birth: June 22, 1883
Date of Death: March 17, 1960

Obituary

Albert H. Andersen, born June 22, 1883, in Brooklyn N.Y.; died March 17, 1960, in Wayzata, Minn. He had been a church member since boyhood. He was the farm manager of Maplewood Academy for a few years. Later he was farm manager for some years at Broadview College. In 1920 he married Elsie Berglin. Left to mourn are his wife: his son, Dr. Delbert V. Anderson of New London, Minn.; his daughter, Mrs. John H. Plake of Monterey Park, Calif.; two grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Harry Nelson and Mrs. Gust Engberg, both of Detroit Lakes, Minn.

Review and Herald, May 26, 1960

Albert H. Anderson was born June 22, 1883, at Brooklyn, New York, and passed to his rest March 17, 1960, at Wayzata, Minnesota, at the age of 76. Mr. Anderson has been a Seventh-day Adventist since boyhood. In young manhood he was the farm manager of Maplewood Academy for a few years. Later he was farm manager for some years at Broadview College near Chicago. For the past several years he was a building contractor in the Detroit Lakes area. For some time he served as local elder of the Lake Eunice church and later served in the same capacity in the Detroit Lakes church. In 1920 he was united in marriage with Elsie Berglin. Left to mourn are his wife, Elsie; his son, Dr. Delbert V. Anderson of New London, Minnesota; his daughter, Mrs. John H. Plake of Monterey Park, California; two grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Harry Nelson and Mrs. Gust Engberg, both of Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. Words of comfort were spoken at the services in the Detroit Lakes church by L. L. Murphy and P. W. Lamb. Albert Anderson awaits the call of the Life-giver in the old Lake Eunice Adventist cemetery.

P. W. Lamb, Northern Union Outlook, June 28, 1960

Source: Review and Herald and Northern Union Outlook

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