Security Seed has always took pride in the people that we choose to represent our company. Often, our people develop personalities that seem to be larger than Security Seed. Kenneth Anderson was one of those people.
It is with a heavy heart that we inform everyone that Kenneth Anderson passed away yesterday, after a brief illness. As a 22 year veteran of Security Seed, he was our dear friend and our biggest UT football fan.
Throughout his life, he's been actively involved in agriculture. Other than a stint in the Army, that's all he'd ever known. In the mid 1980's, Kenneth's leadership and determination helped Security Seed & Chemical lay the foundation in middle Tennessee for us to become the trusted advisors that we are today, and will be into the future.
We often picked at Kenneth about how long he was going to work, and he always replied that he didn't want to quit. He'd work until the day he died. I'm proud to say he got his wish........ he was at the Manchester store bright and early on Monday morning.
Farewell Kenneth. Your friendship, work ethic, and personality have had a profound influence on the generation of agriculture professionals that have followed you. Your legacy has been cemented in Security Seed.
Our prayers of deepest sympathy go out to the Anderson family at this time. Visitation will be on Friday, March 20, 2015 from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. at Central Funeral Home in Manchester, TN. The Funeral Service will be conducted on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 1 p.m. at Central Funeral Home. Burial will follow at the Wesley Chapel Cemetery.
Thanks to the Christian County Agribusiness Association and the Chamber of Commerce for this recognition. It is always a pleasure to be recognized by our peers.
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