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|Anderson, Monte Grey||BS 1991|
D.O.D 10/09/2000 - The Rev. Monte Grey Anderson was born to Don and Carrol Ann Broomfield Anderson on March 26, 1961 in Canyon, Texas, and died Monday, October 9, 2000 at Ringwood.
Monte attended school and graduated from Ringwood High School in 1979. On April 10, 1982, he married Mary Steidl at Bible Believers Lighthouse in Drummond, Oklahoma. He later graduated from Phillips University in 1990. He settled in Ringwood with his wife Mary, and they were blessed with three children, Austin, Aubrey, and Allie. Monte dedicated his life to pastor and teach the Word of the Lord. Through his compassion for people and his heart for the lost, Monte pastored Faith Center in Meno, Oklahoma and fervently pursued missions in central America and Asia. Monte had favor in the eyes of the Lord and this day is rejoicing in his presence.
He is survived by his wife Mary of the home; three children, Austin, Aubrey and Allie, all of the home; his parents Don and Carrol Ann Anderson, of Ringwood; one brother Cody Anderson and wife Amy of Edmond; and one sister, Dedria Scott and husband H.O. of Elysian Fields, Texas.
Monte's heart's cry was "Make a Memory."