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Discussion: Passing of a great player

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Nov. 12, 2013
Men's 50
451 posts
Passing of a great player
I'm sorry to have to tell the softball community that our shortstop from OKI softball, John Anderson has passed away. John or "sup" will be greatly missed. RIP SUP we sure loved you!!!!!!! Viewing is this Friday evening at
O.H.Pye funeral home
17600 Plymouth
Detroit, MI 48227
Nov. 12, 2013
Men's 60
1175 posts
R.I.P. John !
Nov. 12, 2013
Men's 65
570 posts
A great player will be missedon and off the field RIP John
Nov. 13, 2013
182 posts
There is a nice tribute to John on the Softball Center website.

May God Bless family, friends and past team mates during this trying time.
Nov. 13, 2013
1611 posts
I've played with and against Soup for approx 25 years. On the field, he was a 5 tool player and a great teammate. More importantly he was a kind, caring, unassuming man who always had a smile for everyone and never said a bad word about anybody. A 5 tool person!! We developed a pretty good friendship over the years and I will deeply miss my friend.
RIP "Super"
Nov. 14, 2013
1 posts
A great person and player will be miss on and off the field.Soup was one of the best my condolence to the JOHN Anderson Family I will miss the soup show.
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