With the deepest sorrow, we announce that Byron Wayne Anderson, age 37; our beloved son, brother, husband and friend passed suddenly on Monday, March 15th, 2021.
Byron was born April 1st, 1983. He grew up in Parker CO where he attended grade school through high school. He was a star baseball player and known for his comedic mischievous behaviors that we all knew and loved. Byron attended Eastern Oregon University on a baseball scholarship where he studied psychology. After his college career, Byron began his venture in sales back in CO which served in some of his greatest career achievements. Byron and his wife Felisha lived in Littleton, CO up until his passing. During their time spent in Littleton, Byron’s heart was called to the many fishing ponds that surrounded their residency. Byron spent hours casting lines and sharing memories with so many of us. He truly believed in the friendships that were formed with a line in the water (and very rarely a fish to show for it).
Byron was proceeded in death by his paternal grandparents, Paul Anderson and Evelyn Simpson. Maternal grandparents, Don Winter and Joyce Winter. As well as Byron’s father, Mike Anderson.
Byron will be missed everyday by his surviving relatives; Rachel Felisha Anderson, wife of five years. Mother, Susan Anderson and Stepfather, Steve Homic. His older brother Aaron Anderson, his wife Hilary Anderson and their three children, Ava, Jocelyn and Colton Anderson. Younger sister, Cara Brendlinger, her husband Kyle Brendlinger and their two children, Quentin and Ivy Brendlinger.
To those who knew Byron lost a beaming light in their lives and a service will be held open to the public on Saturday April 3rd at Cherry Hills Community Church Dixon Chapel (3908 Grace Blvd. Highlands Ranch, CO 80126) at 10:30 am with donuts and coffee prior to the service starting at 9:30 am at the Chapel.
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