Robert Mordue Andersen
1974 - 2021
Robert Mordue Andersen was born December 28, 1974, to Robert Craig Andersen and Luella Joy Mordue Andersen. He passed away November 1, 2021.
Bob married the love of his life, Brandi Jo Pearson, on August 12, 2004. Bob’s pride and joy are his two sons, Tom and Jaden.
Bob was always the life of the party. He lived life full throttle, cherished each day, and had no regrets. He was everybody’s friend and the guy anyone could call if they needed anything. He will be greatly missed but will be forever in our hearts.
Bob is survived by his wife, Brandi; sons Tom and Jaden; father, Robert Craig (Rusty); sisters, Amanda and Danielle (Jason); nieces and nephews, Kayla (Nathan), Austin (Crystle), Abbie, Lily, Kai, Grace, and Miyah. Bob also leaves behind his Harrington Trucking family, and so many close friends he considered family.
Bob is preceded in death by his daughter, Kylee; mother, Joy; and father-in-law, Tom.
Graveside services will be held on Monday, November 8, 2021, at 3:30 p.m. at Redwood Memorial Cemetery. A celebration of Bob’s life will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2021, at River Oaks Golf Course from 12:00 p.m to 4:00 p.m. We ask that you wear your favorite sports jersey to that celebration.
We cherish our favorite Bobisms: Shake and Bake; Two Christmases; I Piss Excellence in the Morning; Winners Do What They Want; If You’re Not First You’re Last; and I’m Bob and I Like to Party!
Life Story Info
I have known Robert and the Andersen family for over 40 years. As a service provider for Harrington Trucking since 1978, I have always felt like a member of the Andersen family. Robert is the coolest guy you could ever know. Working with Robert, Amanda, Craig (Andy) and Joy has been a true pleasure over the years.
I will miss his great sense of humor, friendship, and welcoming nature. My heartfelt prayers and thoughts go out to Brandi and the boys, Craig and Rusty, Amanda and family, and all my friends at Harrington who I have known over the years.
We have lost a wonderful man, but our memories of Robert will stay with us always.
Keep the party going! I'll catch up to you later.