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Blair Alan Anhorn

April 18, 1958 - June 12, 2018

Service Date June 18, 2018

Church Behrens-Wilson Funeral Home

Funeral services will be on Monday, June 18 at 12 p.m. at Behrens-Wilson Funeral Home with Father Bill Zandri officiating. Visitation will start at 10 a.m. on Monday.

Posted by:
Steve

Posted on:
July 19, 2018

Lost a good friend in Blair. We enjoyed many great conversations and stories of experiences in life. Miss you buddy, RIP until we meet again.

Posted by:
Joan Freiberg

Posted on:
June 20, 2018

I am so sorry to hear the loss of Blair. He was a wonderful person and truly had a heart of Gold. I knew Blair for many years from SCI and after. My deepest thoughts and prayers go out to his children, grandchildren and loved ones especially, Brenda. He was kind to everyone and if you were in a bind or needed help, he was always there. He was indeed a great guy and will be deeply missed!. "GOD BLESS TO ALL HIS FAMILY".

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Lori Lewis

Posted on:
June 19, 2018

So sorry to hear of Blair's passing. He worked for my Dad at Telephone Interconnectors and I worked with him pulling cable a couple of summers. What a kind heart! God Bless all who mourn his passing.

Posted by:
Carla Moross

Posted on:
June 16, 2018

I worked with Blair at SCI...he was a good person to work with and I enjoyed his sense of humor. Very sorry to hear this news. My sincere hope that you will find comfort in your memories and the life you all shared.

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Vicki

Posted on:
June 15, 2018

My heart breaks as I write this. Blair was one of the kindest people I ever knew, and I was blessed to call him my brother. I can not remember the last time I ever heard him say a bad word about anyone. I saw him go thru life knowing there are two sides to every story, and he talked kindly of those even with strong opposing views. If you hurt him, he would still be supportive of why you did it. In his tough times, he would still never give up. We had talks that when God was ready, he would be ready. I wanted him to fight harder. That heart of gold, still wanted to rest. Fly to the heavens dear brother, but know I was not done learning how to be a better person, from you.
 
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