Team Radio mourns loss of Sean Anderson

Bill Coleman - December 27, 2022 12:43 pm

Team Radio issued the following statement on the passing of long time friend and employee Sean Anderson.

“Sean Anderson’s passing has left us in shock and disbelief.  He was such a wonderful person and friend first, then such a valued employee and co-worker who was the ultimate team player.   Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, especially his children and grand children that he loved so very much. ”

One of Sean’s great accomplishments was the creation of “The Blessings Box” which is located in front of the studios in downtown.  This was Sean’s undertaking to make sure those in need could have 24/7 access to non perishable foods and personal hygiene items.  Team Radio owner Bill Coleman has announced that it will be now known as “The Sean Anderson Blessings Box.”

Sean was a valued employee of Team Radio for over 25 years, and most importantly was an outstanding member of the community helping so many in need with his passion for people.

Services are pending.


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