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Nils Anderson IV passed away on December 1, 2016 at his home in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He was born on May 18, 1966 in Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He is the son of Nils III and Barbara Anderson (Seymour). He worked as a Self Employed I.T..
He was loved by all that knew him and will be dearly missed by all.
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Randy Flatt says
You left way to early, but peace is with you now. I just wish I got to see you just one last time, you were way more than just a friend… you were family. You will forever be in my thoughts as life goes on and never forgotten. I will think of you when The NY Rangers are playing and even hope for a win. Chip… You were Important to all of us and we are ALL proud to have called you a great friend. You will be missed deeply and I don’t think you realize what an impact you made on all of us. Next to meeting my wife and my kids being born, the 8 years living together as roommates was without a doubt the best time of my life! We were as close as brothers as you could get and I’m so proud of that. I miss you, I love you and I will see you soon my friend.
Dewayne Jones says
Rest In Peace my Friend Until We Meet Again
Chris Ohman says
My heart was sad when I heard the news, even though it has been many years since we spoke, it seems like just yesterday………and I will never forget your voice. “BAM”………always one of my favorite things to hear you shout-out, even now it makes me smile. We had many laughs together…..and I miss that. I know that I will always have plenty of “Chip stories” to tell about you. Rest in peace my friend.
Jason Caldwell says
Chip, I and many of us are having a really hard time comprehending the fact that we will never again be receiving another late night life and rowdy phone call from you, or that we will get to enjoy any more time on this earth with you. Even though it has been way too few in the last few years, I always thought there would be more good times ahead.
My biggest fear is that you may have forgotten how much you meant to many of us. I hope I am wrong about that. I have too many wonderful memories of past times with you leading the way to more fun than we should have ever been allowed to have. So many are beyond what anyone outside our circle would ever believe could be true. Without any doubt most fun times of my life…..a couple of ‘decades of decadence’ that would rival the life of any rockstar. You truly were without compare.I would love to give a couple of significant examples but I am afraid the stories would offend some, if they dared believe them anyway.
You were as much as anyone could ask for in a friend, more like a brother. You never let me down, you always were there when needed, and made life more exciting than I could ever have imagined. I love you bud, and hope we catch up in the next one……..