Noah Anders

Noah Anders
Noah Anders

Noah Anders, 40, of Canyon, died Friday, October 21, 2022.

A vigil will be at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 25, 2022, in Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel.  Mass will be at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, October 26, 2022, at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church.  Burial will be in Llano Cemetery.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Noah was born on June 24, 1982, in Carlsbad, New Mexico to Donna and Walter Anders.  He graduated from Tascosa High School in 2001 and earned his bachelor’s degree in business from West Texas University.  Noah had worked as a procurement specialist at Bell Helicopter for 17 years.   He was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church.

He married Alyssa Dain Gauna, on January 2, 2004, in Amarillo.

Noah is survived by his wife, Alyssa; daughter, Kaitlyn Anders; son, Blake Anders, all of the home; father, Walter Anders of Canyon; five sisters, JoAnna Scarbrough (Chris), Shelly Anders, Kelly Anders, Rebecca Murray and Teresa Schuster (Timothy); grandmother, Edna Monk; his in-laws, Rick and Lydia Gauna; all of Amarillo; and his brother-in-law, Ryan Gauna, of Austin.


20 Replies to “Noah Anders”

  1. Prayers, condolences, and love to Noah’s family. He will always be lovingly remembered for the great husband and father he was. Please know he will be sorely missed. Love to all his family.

  2. Prayers for you and your family from St Thomas choir we always remember your loving family setting together in the front row neared the choir. My God you always! Amen

  3. I worked with Noah many years before I retired from Bell. He was always very nice and easy to work with. So sorry for your family’s loss.

  4. Globe Engineering would like to send our condolences to Noah’s family in this time of loss. Noah will be truly missed by all at Globe and at Bell.

  5. Sending peace and comfort to the family during this difficult time. I had the pleasure of working with Noah at Bell. He was a leader, always willing to stop his work and help out a fellow co-worker when needed. He will be truly missed. Prayers to the family.

  6. Noah was a friend to all. He leaves a huge hole at Bell. Prayers for his family, friends and all who loved him. Fly high, Noah. You will be missed.

  7. Our prayers go out to the Anders Family, we are all so saddened to hear of your loss. Noah was a good friend and colleague and so lovingly spoke of his family often. We worked closely together on several projects, his knowledge and depth of experience was well respected by all his teammates.

  8. I’m so sorry for your loss. May God’s amazing grace give you strength, comfort and peace at this time. As always, love and prayers to the entire family.

  9. My heartfelt condolences to the Zander’s family and the entire Rebels class of 2001. So saddened to hear of Noah’s passing.

  10. Anders family I am so sorry for your loss! Noah has left us all way too young! He will sure be missed by so many. Always the witty comedian and fierce family man. His one liner responses to a wide array of subjects always brought great wisdom and laughter to anyone who heard them. He was a great coworker and neighbor, we shared many a laugh that I will remember fondly! Rest in piece my friend. Anything we can do for Alyssa and the kids we are here!

  11. Sending peace and comfort to Noah’s family at this time. He was my mentor and cube mate at work. Me and another worker referred to Noah as our “work Dad” since he always loved to help us by offering work and life advice. I’m so thankful for the time I had to learn from Noah. He will be truly missed.

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