"Where Fillmore County News Comes First"
Sunday, September 21st, 2014
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- 6:14:51, Sep 20th 2014 - email@example.com - Since I grew up in Pilot Mound I have memories of REDS DOG PATCH ... [Read More]
- 1:41:34, Sep 19th 2014 - yorty - Parade is at 11 am ... [Read More]
- 1:00:41, Sep 19th 2014 - - Visited the facebook page of The Fillmore County Journal and was unable to find mo ... [Read More]
- 10:46:40, Sep 19th 2014 - KingslandGrad95 - Gussie, so what if the "Deputy" was asleep? Maybe he was tired. Y ... [Read More]
- 10:40:04, Sep 18th 2014 - Gussie - Well Kingslandgrad for starters how about a few nights ago on my way to wor ... [Read More]
- 9:45:10, Sep 17th 2014 - firstname.lastname@example.org - Okay they gave you the we want to help the world and full of ... [Read More]
- 11:05:24, Sep 16th 2014 - - Good and informative but wish it stated the TIME of the parade! Coming from out-o ... [Read More]
- 1:05:53, Sep 15th 2014 - KingslandGrad95 - Gussie, what's your proof that stuff like this happens at the Fillm ... [Read More]
- 10:45:10, Sep 12th 2014 - Bill Butler - The article contains the usual deniers’ slogans, but as per usual is ... [Read More]
- 9:13:55, Sep 11th 2014 - Great Aunt Linda - Great article on becoming a doctor in MN. Congrats to Morgan. ... [Read More]
Fri, Dec 13th, 2002
Posted in Obituaries
Posted in Obituaries
Richard C. Anderson, 48, of Keosauqua, Iowa, formerly of Chatfield and Austin, died Dec. 3, 2002 in Summit, S.D., when the semi-truck he was driving slid off a bridge during inclement weather and into the path of an oncoming train.
He was born July 14, 1954, in Austin, grew up and graduated from high school in Chatfield, and attended the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. He married Deborah Taylor on Nov. 13, 1981, in Custer, S.D., the city where he spent most of his adult life. He'd also lived in the West Indies and in Montana. His family had moved to Keosauqua in 2000. Mr. Anderson had been a logger and operated a carpet cleaning business and had recently started as a driver for Werner Transportation of Omaha. He was a member of Fairfield Jehovah's Witnesses. Survivors include his wife; three daughters, Shoshannah, Nakomis and Pasque; and two sons, Uriah and Seth. All of the children live in Keosauqua. Survivors also include two brothers, Ronald of Spring Valley and Gary of Chatfield; and two sisters, Diane Miller of Spring Valley and Debby Davids of Rochester. Mr. Anderson's body was cremated in South Dakota. A memorial service for Richard C. Anderson was held Dec. 11, 2002 in Sumner Center United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Victoria Ashley officiating. There was not a burial.