Justin Michael Anderson

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died March 1, 2018

Justin Michael Anderson, 25, of Oak Grove, Ky, formerly of Escanaba, passed away unexpectedly Thursday morning March 1, 2018 from injuries he received from an automobile accident.

Justin was born June 30, 1992 in Escanaba the son of Mike Anderson and Coral Curran. He was raised in Escanaba where he was a 2011 graduate of Escanaba High School. While at E.H.S. he participated in Theatre. Following graduation, Justin worked as the “Waver” for Liberty Tax Service, Walmart, and McDonald’s. Justin recently moved to Oak Grove, KY in January of this year.

Justin’s hobbies included video games, listening to music, watching movies and musicals, and drawing. Justin will be remembered for always being there for other people with a joke, a smile,or a shoulder to lean on. All who knew him will sadly miss him.

Survivors include:
Parents: Coral (Jim) Nelson of Escanaba and Mike (Didget Weber) Anderson of Escanaba

Siblings: Travis (Nichole) Anderson of Escanaba, Kyle Anderson of Escanaba, Kevin (Carrisa) Mooren of Shawano, WI and James Nelson of Escanaba.

Maternal grandmother, Bethann (Gary Pfiester) Royer of Escanaba. Aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins also survive.

Justin was preceded in death by his grandfather, Walter Anderson, grandmother, Mary Anderson, grandmother, Elaine Nelson, great grandmother, Pearle Orland, uncles, Tony Curran and David Hardwick.

Justin’s family will receive friends on Friday March 9, 2018 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm at the Skradski Family Funeral Home in Escanaba. Funeral services will follow at 6:00 pm with Bruce Hansen officiating. He will be laid to rest in the Rapid River Cemetery in Rapid River.

10 Tributes for “Justin Michael Anderson

    So very sorry for your loss my condolences and prayers for you and your family. Justin will be greatly missed and I had the pleasure of working with him and he was a great friend.

    So very sorry for your loss my condolences and prayers for you and your family. Justin will be greatly missed and I had the pleasure of working with him and he was a great friend.

    So sorry to hear of this tragic loss. I had an opportunity to work with Justin while doing remodels with Wal-Mart. He always carried a smile on his face whether he was having a bad day he never showed it. Whenever someone would throw a smart ass comment his way he would shoot one back at them and leave them speechless and did it all with a smile on his face. I’m so thankful that I had the pleasure of knowing him, working with him, and talking with him. He will be missed by so many. Lots of prayers to his family and friends. Heaven has gained a great soul. R.I.P. Justin.

    I can’t properly express to you how truly sorry I am for your loss. My thoughts and deepest prayera are with you all!

    Dear Coral and Bethann & family!
    So sorry for your loss! I am sending love, prayerful hugs and healing energies for Justin in his transition to another world and to his family who are in pain from this loss! A comforting thought: “There is no death, only a change of worlds!” Chief Seattle
    I hope it brings you comfort! Love, Betsy

    Dearest Coral. I am so sorry for your loss! Please know that he is safe in the arms of our lord and savior. R.I.P. Justin. Prayers to you and your whole family!! Hugs!

    Justin was a good person. We always had fun working together when he was my supervisor. For the remodel we had to cram in a backseat together a few times for a 3 hour drive down state, and we laughed about being in each others bubbles the whole time. Justin always could tell when I was having a bad day at work and would snap me out of it and make me laugh. His famous words at work were every time someone said they couldn’t do something he would say in a joking manner ‘Not with THAT additude!’ I remember switching to a different shift and he whined at me saying ‘Your leaving us!?’ When we were in Cheboygan we went to the movies together ( Zoolander 2) and he took a picture of me next to this terrible Greek statue in the theatre that we laughed at for its boob hanging out. I wish Justin and I could have been closer than just work buddies. He was a such a good person and I will always remember him. The best people are always the ones taken too soon.. :'(

    I will miss you so much and our crazy/ fun days at Walmart !! You will be missed by so many !! Until we meet again :/ fly high

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