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Harry Tucker Anderson (August 8, 1990 – June 11, 2014)

The Common Sense Show

June 17, 2014


Harry Tucker Anderson

Harry Tucker Anderson


It is great sorrow and sadness that I report the passing of Harry Tucker Anderson, age 23, of Round Rock, Texas, passed away on Wednesday, June 11th. He was born on August 8th, 1990 in Ft. Myers, Florida. Harry’s stepfather, John Stadtmiller, and his lovely mother, Sandra, are friends of mine. The Statdmillers own the network where I broadcast my weekly show.

This is a case of bad things happening to good people. I know the Stadtmillers to be kind to a fault and this is why they have the devotion of both staff and broadcasters at RBN. We are family at the Republic Broadcasting Network and we are all in a lot of pain right now. My heart aches beyond description for the Stadtmillers as they attempt to cope with this horrible tragedy. I ask that all of you keep the family in your prayers as well pray for the soul of Harry. Despite the loss, we can take comfort knowing that one day Harry will be reunited with those who loved him in a blissful afterlife.

Harry attended Round Rock Christian Academy, and then graduated from McNeil High School in 2009, where he enjoyed theatrical work and appeared in many plays. He later attended Austin Community College in Round Rock and UT Arlington, TX.

Harry was a unique blend of intelligence, humor and good looks. With an eye for fashion, he excelled in sales and marketing while working at Brooks Brothers clothiers. Harry even dabbled as a personal stylist.

Harry and his mom Sandra

Harry and his mom Sandra

He is survived by his father, Richard L. Anderson,and Fiance, Lisa Magsanay and Harry’s mother, Sandra K. Fiore-Anderson and step father John C. Stadtmiller, both in Round Rock; his grandparents Richard & Betsy Anderson, his aunt Betsy Lee Anderson, and uncles Harry and Kip Anderson, all in Tennessee. His Grandfather Arnold F. Fiore of Ft. Myers, FL, his uncle Arnold Fiore and wife Kathy Fiore of Ft. Myers, FL, aunt Jody North and husband Jerry North of Riverview, FL, uncle David Fiore, aunt Patti Fiore of Ft. Myers, uncle William Fiore of Atlanta. Cousins Adrienne Fiore, Melinda Burriss and Davie Fiore.

Harry was a gentle soul with a kind heart and he often lent a helping hand to those in need and he will be missed by all of those who knew him. Harry only spent 23 years on this planet, but he touched many people with his love and warmth.

Donations in Harry’s memory may be made to Footprints Children’s Grief Ministry or Harry’s home church, Immanuel Church of Austin. Please see contact information listed below.





Footprint Children’s Grief Ministry:
423 West Palm Valley Blvd., Ste 335, Round Rock, TX 78664

Immanuel Church of Austin:
6 Lake Drive
Round Rock, TX 78665
Phone: (512) 670-1413



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  1. Monika W. June 17, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    To the Anderson and Stadtmiller families I would like to extend my heartfelt condolences. May The Lord pull you through in your time of grief and help guide you through this difficult time. May The Lord embrace Harry in his loving arms and protect him in Heaven. I will hold you in my prayers.

    God Bless,

  2. American mom June 18, 2014 at 7:16 am

    May his parents find peace; their son is back in the light. Sad for them, glorious for him.

  3. Cate June 21, 2014 at 7:48 am

    My sincere condolences to the Andersons and Stadtmillers.
    May you have the “peace which passeth all understanding “(Phillipians 4:7) during this difficult time.

  4. Dad June 26, 2014 at 9:50 am

    Harry…..you are the BEST. I miss you dearly and will always love you. I trust you are at peace now, but I miss you so much.

    Love you forever, as you would say….Daddyo

    Editor’s note: Mr. Anderson, you have our deepest sympathy for the loss of Harry.

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