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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home

Roger Anderson
6.28.1930 - June 2, 2018

Place of Birth: Minot, North Dakota
Residence: formerly of New Town, more recently of Williston, ND
Age: 87

Jeanine Uran (New Town , ND )
Jun 8, 2018
Our Sympathy goes out to all of Rogers' family. We have many good memories of Roger and his wife Marion while they lived with us at Lakeside Community Living Center. Thank You for allowing us to care for both of them at our center. Prayers and Thoughts are with All of you at the sad time. Jeanine Administrator
Diogo Santos (Sao Paulo)
Jun 8, 2018
Rest in peace grandpa.
My condolences to all of you.

Diogo and family
Hillard Froshaug (New Town, North Dakoa)
Jun 9, 2018
I knew Roger since I was in the 4th grade, as that is when we moved to Sanish. We worked together at the Farmers Union Oil in New Town. He called me Herb and I called him Swede.We had many good times together. My sympathies to the remaining families.51213
Marcheta Hauge (Bismarck, North Dakota)
Jun 11, 2018
Our sympathy to Roger's family, friends, and loved ones. We always enjoyed seeing him when we came back. A wonderful man. I remember his laugh.
Jeff and Marcheta Hauge
Kim (Rammel) Eagle (New Town, N.D.)
Jun 11, 2018
Roger was a great man who always greeted me wherever we met. He also was my school bus driver. Roger and Marion were good friends of my mother when they all were in the New Town assisted living center. He will be missed!
John Carlson (Hamilton, MT)
Jun 11, 2018
My heartfelt condolences go out to the entire family. I remember Roger and Marion visiting our house often and listening to Roger and Dad telling stories about Sanish. He will be dearly missed.
Greg Werlinger (Minot, ND)
Jun 12, 2018
Sorry to hear of Roger's passing - I remember him from my time in New Town - Great guy
Dale Sattergren (Portland, Oregon)
Jun 23, 2018
It is with so much sadness to hear of Roger's passing. We wanted to visit him last summer when we were back there visiting, but chose not to upset him. I will miss the visits with him, whether they were in North Dakota or Oregon. I will always cherish my many memories of visiting him and of him letting me drive the thrasher around his yard. My thoughts are with his family at the time of sorrow. He now is in the company of so many family members, as they guide each other through the heavenly grounds.