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Chad-Allen Martin Anderson

August 4, 1981 June 11, 2024
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A funeral service for Chad Allen Martin Anderson will be held on Saturday June 15, 2024, at 10:00 am at Cold Springs Baptist Church. A visitation will be held on Friday June 14, 2024, from 6:00-9:00 PM at the church. The burial will follow at Self Cemetery under the direction of Jeane’s Funeral Service. Pallbearers will be Noah Cooley, Justin Johnston, Brannon Jeane, Brandon Monk, Eric Reberg, Jeff Martinez, Josh Martin, Chase Lee, Bryan Dowden, Mike Leonard, Brenden Anderson, Brett Dowden, and Hunter Jacobs.

Chad Allen Martin Anderson was born in Shreveport, LA on August 4, 1981. He passed away at his home surrounded by family on June 11, 2024.

Chad was the youngest child of Gerald Anderson and Jeanette Martin. It was evident early on that Chad was a Moma’s boy. His sisters were fiercely protective of their baby brother. The three of them were always on many adventures.

Chad loved baseball. When he was young, he played the sport until the age of thirteen. He was one of the best second basemen in the league of Allstars.

Chad loved to have a great time, tell stories and jokes. His humor seemed to run parallel to that of his Uncle Carter Wayne and now that torch has been passed to his nephew Hunter Jacobs.

He had an incredible love for the Chicago Cubs. He was blessed enough to have visited numerous major league stadiums. He also enjoyed the 90’s sitcoms, Cobra Kai and The Ranch.

Chad was a carpenter by trade who credits his Uncle Johnny for teaching him everything he knew. Chad had performed several projects for friends, family, companies, and schools.

Chad was the kind of Dad that his children could talk to him freely about anything, at any time. His three children: Alyssa, Alexis, and Brenden knew he was ready to listen when they reached out. He attended many dance recitals and school activities.

Chad was also a doting Uncle. He played a huge role in their upbringing; he experienced many of their firsts, family trips, sports activities, and loved spoiling them every chance he had. He even had special names for each one. He was especially proud of his nephew, Dallas Jacobs who is in the United States Air Force, and when you walk in Chad’s house, Dallas’s picture is the first one you will see.

He was a very proud Papa Dawg to his grandson, Bodhi Gene Cooley. He loved spending time with Bodhi because it gave him many excuses to be a child again and do the things he used to do as a child; Trucks, build roads, play in the mud, all of it.

Chad was preceded in death by Angela Welch (fiancé).

Chad leaves behind his parents: Gerald and Jeanette,

children: Alyssa Cooley (Noah) of Rosepine, LA, Alexis Johnston (Justin) of Archie, MO, and Brenden Anderson of Leesville, LA.

sisters: Tiffany Jacobs (Anderson) of DeRidder, LA, and Chey Anderson of Anacoco,LA,

nephews: Dallas Jacobs, Hunter Jacobs, and Brett Dowden,

nieces: Ashleigh Dowden and Sicily Jacobs,

grandson: Bodhi Cooley.

His cousins are too many to list and his absence leaves a big hole in the lives of many. Many of his childhood memories include Uncle Johnny’s children; Lawasa, Tracy and John and another one that was like a sister to him was Erika. He had a special bond with everyone. That’s a perk of having a large family.

Chad has many friends that he would do anything for and amongst those friends; they all shared a few thoughts:

1) He was a hilarious guy

2) He was a loveable guy

3) Chad was the best and always will be

4) He was a Gentle Giant

5) Chad touched the lives of many by always making them feel better about themselves. He was a good man, with a heart of Gold and never be forgotten.

6) Chad, you have always had so much unconditional love for everyone and I am so beyond blessed I was one especially receive it.

Go Cubs!

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6:00 PM 6/14/2024 6:00:00 PM - 9:00 PM 6/14/2024 9:00:00 PM
Cold Springs Baptist Church

151 Church Road
Anacoco, LA 71403

Cold Springs Baptist Church
151 Church Road Anacoco 71403 LA
United States





10:00 AM 6/15/2024 10:00:00 AM
Cold Springs Baptist Church

151 Church Road
Anacoco, LA 71403

Cold Springs Baptist Church
151 Church Road Anacoco 71403 LA
United States

Cemetery Details


Self Cemetery in Hornbeck Final Resting Place

Self Cemetery Road
Hornbeck, LA 71439

Self Cemetery Road Hornbeck 71439 LA
United States

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