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Owner of Anderson Shoe Shop dies

Many on Sand Mountain mourn death of Tommy Anderson, owner of Anderson Shoes

Posted: Friday, September 28, 2012 5:33 pm | Updated: 5:51 pm, Fri Sep 28, 2012.

Albertville was left with some big shoes to fill after the death of life-long resident and businessman Thomas Dewayne Anderson.

Anderson, known to friends and family as Tommy, passed away Wednesday at the age of 56 from an “apparent heart attack,” according to Marshall County Coroner Marlon Killion.

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  • Archie posted at 5:16 am on Mon, Jan 14, 2013.

    Archie Posts: 10

    I think that Bradley S Cohen would have been proud to work with such a dedicated business owner. I hope that someone from his family will be able to step in and take over the responsibilities.

     
  • mastinlawyer posted at 9:28 pm on Sun, Sep 30, 2012.

    mastinlawyer Posts: 4

    He will be missed....Tommy taught me many things in Highschool.....how to get to High Falls during a boring, hot school day.....what roads you could safely drive 140 mph.....how to foul someone in a basketball game and get away with it....Tommy and Darrell were examples of people who enjoyed life.....I can not believe both are gone....

     
  • The American Citizen posted at 7:44 pm on Sun, Sep 30, 2012.

    The American Citizen Posts: 91

    R.I.P Tommy. You were a great merchant of Albertville. I bought shoes from you over the years. Have me a pair waiting at the pearly gates...[smile]

     
  • Sand Mtn Patriot posted at 7:29 pm on Sun, Sep 30, 2012.

    Sand Mtn Patriot Posts: 36

    Tommy was a very rare individual! He was the most talented artist in leather & footwear in the country! He could build a pair of shoes by a prescription. He could turn an old pair of shoes into showroom new. He was a true friend. He always took the time to talk, even if he was behind on his work. There will always be an empty spot where Tommy stood. My heart truly aches for his passing and his family's loss. I feel so blessed for having known him. He will be so missed.

     

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