Fred "Freddie" Anderson

Born: Sat., Nov. 1, 1952
Died: Fri., Aug. 24, 2018


Visitation

3:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Fri., Aug. 31, 2018
Location: B. F. Cave Funeral Chapel


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Sat., Sep. 01, 2018
Location: Union Missionary Baptist Church


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Mr. Fred Anderson, aka "Freddie" entered eternal rest on Friday, August 24, 2018, at the Levine & Dickson Hospice House in Huntersville, NC.

The visitation will be Friday, August 31, 2018, at the B. F. Cave Funeral Chapel in Allendale, SC from 3-7 PM.

The funeral service will be 11:00 AM, Saturday, September 1, 2018, at the Union Missionary Baptist Church, located at 3631 Patterson Mill Road in Barnwell, SC with words of comfort by Rev. J.R. Covington, Jr.  The burial will follow in the church's cemetery.

The family will receive friends at 177 Moss Lane in Martin, SC.

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Linda Wilbanks
   Posted Mon August 27, 2018
I worked with Fred at FSA and found him to have so much knowledge, and always willing to take the time to explain something. I really missed him when he left FSA and thank God for his time on earth, the people like me he helped.

Mitchell Glover
   Posted Mon August 27, 2018
Mr. Fred Anderson was a fellow classmate and friend at C.V. Bing High School. He believed in treating everyone with respect. We would like to send our prayers and condolences to the Anderson Family. Fred has gone home to be with the Lord.

James Runcie
   Posted Tue August 28, 2018
Fred and I worked together for several years as part of the Federal Student Aid FSA) leadership team in Washington D.C. Fred was very focused on improving the overall operations of the student financial assistance programs by developing and using risk management principles. Indeed, Fred was able to create one of the benchmark Risk Management organizations and practices in the Federal Government. Fred's work was often cited as being exemplary by several sources and outside publications. Ultimately, his work benefited our organization to more effectively provide assistance to millions of students and families every year. In some regards, Fred was ahead of his time in pushing for new approaches to governmental process improvement but was still able to make a meaningful mark as a public servant. We are thankful that he was able to transition his tremendous private sector experience from his days at top accounting firms and banks to help improve federal government operations. We are saddened by the unexpected loss of Fred but would like to also celebrate his many contributions during his time here on Earth. On behalf of quite a few colleagues and friends up North, I would like to send deep sympathies and condolences to Fred's family and friends. Blessings!

C.E. Andrews
   Posted Tue August 28, 2018
Fred was a wonderful and respected colleague at Arthur Andersen as well as beyond his Arthur Andersen days. A wonderful human being. So sorry to hear of his passing but I am sure he is moving on to an eternal life.

Melissa Giambi
   Posted Wed August 29, 2018
I was so saddened to hear of Fred's passing. We worked together at Federal Student Aid (FSA) for a number of years. Fred was always willing to share his knowledge and experience with both colleagues and subordinates at all levels. He was a master at change management and helped leaders feel comfortable with ERM concepts and approaches. Please accept my deepest sympathies and those of my ERM colleagues at FSA. We are keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

SMouton
   Posted Wed August 29, 2018
Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your dear, loved one. Death is hard to deal with. Even Jesus wept when Lazarus died (John 11:35). But our Heavenly Father views death as an enemy and promises to put an end to it (1 Cor. 15:26). In the future we can look forward to being reunited with our loved ones again. What a beautiful promise.

Myra Terrell Laws
   Posted Wed August 29, 2018
I met Freddie, as I called him back in the day, during our freshman year at Hampton. I remember him as being very kind and very intelligent. I am thankful that we kept in touch over the years--as we got older, it became the once a year holiday greeting. When I received the news that he only had a short time to live, I was stunned. I am so happy that I got to speak with him on the phone a few weeks ago. I let him know then that he was in my prayers and that he meant so much to me as a Hampton friend. I am so glad that Fred was part of my Hampton experience and memories gathered at "our home by the sea".

Roxanne Misir
   Posted Wed August 29, 2018
Back in the days of Wachovia, I worked for Fred and found him to be a good leader and was always willing to listen to ideas of others. My condolences to his family and may he rest in peace.

Karen Jackson
   Posted Wed August 29, 2018

MOUNTAIN MEADOW PEDESTAL ARRANGEMENT was sent by Townsend and Karen Jackson.

In memory of a good friend, a good man, a good soul!


Rev. Sandra Caldwell-Williams
   Posted Wed August 29, 2018
My heartfelt prayers and thoughts are with you during your time of loss. Praying that you are enveloped by the God's comforting love and filled with the peace that only comes from Him.

Jan Fattorini Siler
   Posted Wed August 29, 2018
I worked with Freddie at Arthur Andersen beginning in 1976 - and traveled with him to Liberia to work on an audit together. He was one of my favorite people, and I was so delighted that he came to my wedding, and then, when he was back in DC at Department of Education, we were able to reconnect for lunches. He was my friend, and I am so sad for his passing.

Barbara Johnson
   Posted Thu August 30, 2018

SHADES OF ELEGANCE was sent by Barbara Johnson.


Edmund Green
   Posted Thu August 30, 2018
Fred was a giant in the community of African American Accounting, Finance and Risk professionals. So many of us owe our career success to the trails blazed by Fred. He was uncompromising in his demand for excellence from those who knew and worked with him.
More than all of this, he was a terrific friend always willing to give of his time to help anyone who was trying to do better for themselves. I will miss those deep thought provoking conversations and his huge sense of humor.
Thank you Fred for living such a meaningful and impactful life.
Rest In Peace my friend.
With deepest sadness.
Edmund

Jesma Brown
   Posted Thu August 30, 2018
As he Sleeps In Paradise (SIP)... Sorry to hear about his passing. As a NABA member as well, sleep on Freddy...

Grace Mullings
   Posted Thu August 30, 2018

PREMIUM FRUIT AND GOURMET BASKET was sent by Grace Mullings.

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Fred was a great mentor who became a wonderful friend. He will be greatly missed.


Portia White
   Posted Thu August 30, 2018
As a member of NABA I would like to extend my deepest condolences to Mr. Anderson's friends and family. May God cover, strengthen and comfort you as your hearts mend from losing your precious loved one.

Sheeinee K Goss
   Posted Sat September 01, 2018
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your dear Love one. Please know you are sincerely in our thoughts and prayers. May Gods abiding LOVE continue to keep you now and always.
With Love,
Sheeinee k Goss
Willie and Janice Kelly
Children of Rev Robert L Kelly & Bernice S Kelly

JOSIE HAYWOOD
   Posted Sat December 15, 2018
Words aren't enough to express my loss of such a long-time treasured friend. God put this talented sole on this earth for many to learn from and I hope his legacy lives on!