Clovis Mann Anderson, age 86, passed away at his residence Thursday, August 17, 2017 following a short battle with cancer.
Funeral service was held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, August 20, 2017 in the McDonald Funeral Home chapel with Donald Duncan and Elliot Hamm officiating. Burial followed in the Grinders Creek Cemetery.
Mr. Anderson was born in Lewis County on January 28, 1931, a son of the late Les Herbert Anderson and Pearl Inez Hardin Anderson.
A master builder, Mr. Anderson was a veteran of the United States Navy, serving during the Korean Conflict. He was a member of the American Legion Post 127, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1814, Lewis County Veterans organization and a member of the Riverside Church of Christ.
He is survived by two sons, Jimmy Lee Anderson (Tanna) and Richie Lane Anderson (LeaAnn), both of Hohenwald; two daughters, Gloria Anderson Mickle (Charles) of St. Helena Island, South Carolina and Yvette Anderson Eaddy (Larry) of Hohenwald; two brothers, James Anderson (Ann) and Eddie Anderson (Dorothy), both of Hohenwald; four sisters, Iva A. Holt, Nell A. Wisdom, Faye A. Davidson (Jack) of Hohenwald and Imogene (Jean) A. Dickson of San Diego, California; six granddaughters, Leigh Elizabeth Wallace Ross (Shane) of Grand Junction, Colorado, Angela Gayle Eaddy of Memphis, Alicia Lynn Eaddy Johnson (Ryan) of Millington, Marideth (Maci) Anderson Toungette (Caleb) of Hohenwald; Casey Layne Anderson Dickerson (Lucas) of Nashville, and Micah Noella Anderson of Lewisburg; great grandchildren, Zoey Mae Ross and Paige Anderson Ross of Grand Junction, Colorado, Mason Ford Johnson and Madison Lynn Johnson of Milliongton, Adilyn Grace Toungette and Lincoln Anderson Toungette of Hohenwald.
In addition to his parents, Mr. Anderson was preceded in death by his wife, Nelda Sue Hinson Anderson; son, Michael Lynn Anderson; brothers, Grady Anderson and Charles Anderson; and sister Earlene Anderson Harpham.