of Mountain Home, AR
October 16, 1944 - February 9, 2024
Mr. Clyde Anderson, 79, of Mountain Home, Arkansas passed away on Friday, February 09, 2024 in Mountain Home. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri to Thomas and Alice Anderson. He was married to Alice Rector. He enjoyed designing, building, remodeling and generally using tools. He was a very compassionate person always willing to help someone in need. Clyde lived a fulfilling life with many hats. He served for 4 years with the Marines as a supply sergeant, worked for Tran World Airlines for 18 years, was a school bus driver as well as a kitchen supervisor for the Mountain Home School District, worked at the Baxter Bulletin, provided sounded support for many local music productions and owned his own resort. He also a volunteer firefighter and volunteer at the Bull Shoals Theater. Clyde is survived by his friend, Carlene Baker. He was preceded in death by his wife and parents. Services will be private.
Prayers to family and his friends especially Carlene. I got to know Clyde and other mutual friends thru the joy of music and fellowship of Bull Shoals Theatre and other places in Baxter and Marion Counties. On Monday, March 4th during the Alley-White American Legion Post's Monthly Meeting, Member Clyde Anderson will be mentioned as entering "Post Everlasting".
Thank you for your service and thanks for your time at Bull Shoals Theater for doing the sound for us, you're a good man Clyde. Prayers.
Clyde was the best sound man at the Bull Shoals Theater, the Senior Ctrs in Flippin and Mountain Home etc. He made so many musicians happy!Also, his kindness was apparent to all who knew him! I’ll miss Clyde a lot ;)His friend,Eileen (Shaver) Rude
Our sincere condolences. We will never forget Clyde, a truly great guy.
We met Clyde at church and he was a real friendly man. We are saddened by his passing.
Thank you for your service!
Carlene, you are in my thoughts and prayers. May you find peace in the difficult days ahead in the precious memories you have. Much love to you sister.
A very loving and compassionate man that was always friendly and willing to help anyone in need. He will be dearly missed at our church, New Horizon Church of God.
Rest in peace Brother it was an honor and privilege to have known you. SEMPER FI you will be missed.