Jack Anderson

Born November 5, 1992 in Bethpage, Long Island, New York
Departed March 29, 2024 in Melbourne, Florida

In loving memory of Jack Anderson, devoted son to Andrea Anderson-Ferri, and deceased father Richard Anderson; brother to Jessica and Justin Anderson, friend, and sensei who passed away far too young at the age of thirty-one. Jack was always wild and free-spirited. He rolled with the punches and believed life was a journey and you have to enjoy the ride you’re on. He was strong-willed and truly a one-of-a-kind soul. He had the greatest sense of humor, and he was always laughing and entertaining those around him. He lived life to the fullest on his own terms with no regrets.

Jack was very passionate about jiu-jitsu, where he earned a 3rd degree black belt and was honored to serve as an instructor at Satellite Jiujitsu. He loved music and played several instruments himself. He was an outdoorsman who loved camping, exploring, and running on the beach. He was always down for an adventure. He was a successful businessman as well, having founded his own home inspection business, Anderson Thorough Home Inspections.

In addition to his mother, sister, and brother he will be missed by all his friends and his loving dog, Roscoe.

Jack made an impact on everyone’s life he crossed, and he will be sorely missed. Gone way too soon, rest in peace. A celebration of his life will be at 6 pm on Wednesday, April 3, 2024 at Brownlie Maxwell Funeral Home, 1010 E. Palmetto Avenue, Melbourne, Florida.

In lieu of flowers please make donation to https://www.mentalawarenessfoundation.org/ on Jack’s behalf.

Mental Awareness Foundation

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3 entries.
Randy from Cocoa Beach wrote on April 3, 2024:
Going to miss you brother! Such a good person, a huge loss.
Brian Flanagan from Rockledge wrote on April 2, 2024:
I’m going to miss you my brother..❤️Cheffy
Marianne Fitzsimons from Northampton wrote on April 1, 2024:
Deepest sympathies to the entire Anderson family of Jack Anderson. May he fly with the angels, and may you all keep his wonderful memories close in your hearts.

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