Chad Brandon Anderson, 36, passed away on December 20, 2018 at his home in Kansas City, Kansas. He was born on August 26, 1982 in Kansas City, Kansas to Thomas and Pamela Hayden Anderson, the youngest of three children. Growing up, Chad attended Parkway Baptist Church in Kansas City, Missouri. While at Parkway, Chad accepted Christ as his personal Savior and was baptized at an early age.
Chad attended Bonner Springs High School and graduated in 2000. While attending high school, Chad was a star athlete on the football team. After graduating from high school, Chad went on to attend vocational school at AVTS in Kansas City, Kansas. He was employed with Heathwood Oil Company as a CDL Driver.
Chad married his high school sweetheart, Alicia Forshey, in 2006. They were dating for 8 years before being happily married, recently celebrating their 12-year wedding anniversary. Together they enjoyed watching tv and movies, working out, cooking, spending time with their family and friends at gatherings, and playing with their 3 dogs and cat.
Chad is survived by his wife Alicia of Kansas City, Kansas; parents, Thomas "Delroy" and Pamela Anderson of Kansas City, Kansas; two sisters, Carla (Evan) Germany and Kenadee Anderson of Kansas City, Kansas; two brothers, Travis (Anna) Anderson of Bonner Springs, Kansas and Alex "Poppy" Anderson of Kansas City, Kansas; father and mother-in-law, Clarence and Martha Forshey of Kansas City, Kansas; grandmother-in-law, Susie Creten of Tonganoxie, Kansas; two brothers-in-law, Greg (Melissa) Forshey of Kansas City, Kansas and Trai (Chelsea) Forshey of Edwardsville, Kansas; sister-in-law, Paris Forshey of Edwardsville, Kansas; 12 nieces and nephews, Courtney, CeeCee, ChaCha, Jillian, Liyla, Reggie, Chukar, Matthew, Alex, Dane, Avery, and Gia.
Chad was a young man who left us too soon, and to say he will be deeply missed is an understatement. Chad will be remembered for his vibrant smile that could light up a room, easy going personality who could make friends with anyone, amazing athleticism, and never-ending dance moves. He was always a very strong and brave man, someone family and friends knew they could always count on. Chad had a big smile and a huge heart. He truly loved his family and friends and shared many memories with them that will always be in their hearts. He was loved by many and will forever be missed.