Corey Lee Anderson
Corey Lee Anderson September 29,1979-June 13, 2020
Corey’s life was much like Dr. Seuss’s book “Oh The Places You Go” which he received as a gift from his sister upon graduating high school. From his small hometown, he set off to conquer the world. He wanted to experience all life had to offer and did so with gusto. He enlisted in the army as a light wheel mechanic. While stationed in Virginia he became a father and from that moment on being a dad became his main focus and passion. It determined where he lived and worked. Corey will forever be remembered for his love of food and his quirky fashion style. He may have gotten his sense of style from his grandfather who, shortly after his birth dubbed him “Slate” Corey.
Corey is survived by his wife, Denise Sullivan; step-daughters Alison, Desiree, and Autumn of Leavenworth, Kansas. His sons; Austin John, and Nicholas Shaine Anderson of Chapman, Kansas. They were his inspiration. Step-daughter; Jewell Anderson of Charleston, Maine. Parents, Victor and Lori Anderson of Monson. His sisters; Lisa Anderson of Guilford, and Aileen Anderson of Skowhegan. His grandfather, Milton Anderson of Monson. Nieces and nephews; Ben and Allie Martin of Guilford, Coby, Makayla, and Keira Roberts and Lylah White of Skowhegan. Uncles and their spouses, Irelann and Therese Anderson of Eddington, Joel of Charleston, Mark, Wade, and Tracy of Monson. Larry Storer of Monson and Lonnie and Monica Storer of Monson. He also leaves many cousins.
Corey was predeceased by a sister, Bambi, maternal grandparents Betty Storer McCarthy and Henry Storer. Paternal grandmother, Flora Anderson and an aunt, Robin Storer. Cousin, Mickey Anderson and childhood friends Randy Pullyard and Shaine Roberts.
A celebration of his life will be held at the family field on July 12th @ 2:00. The address is 741 Elliottsville Rd., Monson, ME
“Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened”
– Dr. Seuss