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Brian L. Anderson

December 10, 1965 - August 11, 2023

Brian L. Anderson Brian L. Anderson
    August 16, 2023 | 4:00 - 8:00 P.M.
  • Yurs Funeral Home
    405 East Main Street
    St. Charles, Illinois
  • Memorial Service
  • August 16, 2023 | 7:00 P.M.
  • Yurs Funeral Home
    405 East Main Street
    St. Charles, Illinois
  • Burial Location

Brian L. Anderson, 57 of Wayne, IL died August 11, 2023 of natural causes at his home.

He is survived by his beloved wife and best friend of 35 years, Eileen Anderson and his four treasured daughters Kristen (Jim), Lauren, Rachel (Shaun) Griffith and Morgan. He is survived by his mother Janiece Krajewski, brother Lawrence (Leslie) Anderson, and his cousin Susan Kelley; by his brother-in-law Theodore (Janice) Golat and sister-in-law Elaine (Francis) Fortini. He is preceded in death by his brother Scott Anderson.  He has countless other friends and family who admired and looked up to him with fond memories.

A visitation will be held at Yurs Funeral Home in St. Charles, IL on Wednesday, August 16th 2023 from 4:00-8:00pm. In lieu of gifts please consider registering as an organ donor at and give the gift of saving countless lives like Brian was able to do.


Andy Robinson from Elgin, IL

"Eileen and family, Brian was an amazing man, husband, father, co worker. He will be so badly missed. We would always talk about our daughters and how proud he was of each of you and your accomplishments."

Daryl & Melissa Weppner from Lombard, IL

"We are so sorry to hear of Brian’s passing. He was such a nice person. With great sadness Daryl & I are remembering all the things he and Daryl did with the houses and all the things both of our girls did. He was an amazing dad and a great friend. Rest easy Brian ❣️"

Scott Posner from Libertyville, IL

"This is disheartened news and deepest condolences to the family. Brian was a great person with immense generosity and a willingness to help others. He was a big influence in my career and a great friend to talk to regardless of topic. He Will be immensely missed."

Colleen & Mike Peery from Orland Park , IL

"A great example of how a good man, son, husband, father and friend should live their lives. Caring and giving is what stood out when you met Brian. He will greet us when it is our turn to rise in heaven. We pray for everyone who was in Brian's life and who he touched. He will be greatly missed."

Alexandra Gualtieri from Kalamazoo, MI

"Brian holds a very special place in my heart. Leader, mentor, and friend. He made such a positive impact on my professional life, and I am beyond grateful for the lessons he knowingly or unknowingly taught me. He was the guy who got stuff done, no matter what, and inspired you to work a little harder just to make him proud. My heart goes out to his family."

Sherry Essany from Roselle, IL

"Brian was truly one of the best humans I have had the privilege to know. He was caring and thoughtful and had a great sense of humor. He always knew when I needed words of encouragement or a good laugh, or both. He was a driving force behind Jon-Don and greatly impacted so many lives. He will be greatly missed."

Ted Golat from Crete, IL

"Brian was a wonderful brother-in-law and friend. He was an immensely generous person with his time and money. A fine family man who greatly loved Eileen and was tremendously proud of his 4 daughters. They were his pride and joy. He was a great influence and provider for his extended family. His in-laws, the late Helen and Walter Golat loved him very much, as he did with them. He was very close to his mother Jan and provided for her. He was an extremely hard worker who was very dedicated to his job. He loved the city of Chicago and collected many historical artifacts of the city. He loved family gatherings and being around family. He led a life of giving and enjoyment of his family. He left a legacy that all of us wish and strive to do. He will be forever loved and missed."

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"Brian was an amazing man. He was that rare leader that was a picture of humility. He was the model of the family man. Whether you were a lifelong friend or had known him for 2 weeks he left an impression."

Wendy Naughton from Homer Glen, , IL

"My condolences on loosing your son, Brian. I know he was an exceptional man, son, husband and father. May the memories you have shared bring you some comfort. I am sorry for your loss."

Rich Stanley from New York , NY

"Brian was my favorite customer to visit. He was tough but fair. I remember being nervous when we had our first meeting about 15 or 20 years ago. He saw that and made me relax and be myself. He had that quality. I am so sorry for your loss."

Mary Volk from Downers Grove, IL

"Whenever I saw Brian & Eileen (and with the girls) I thought - what a wonderful family. Smart, good sense of humor, kind and considerate are just a few words I can say to express who Brian was working with him. My sincere condolences to the family."

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"We are heartbroken at the loss of Brian. Our prayers go out for Eileen and their girls. Brian was such a devoted family man, evidenced by his words and actions. Hopefully there will be some comfort knowing that you are surrounded by people who loved him and all of you. He will be greatly missed."

Kate and Don Nack from Lombard, IL

"Sorry just doesn’t seem enough. We are praying for your family at this time. May the support of each other lessen your heavy heart. With love, Nacks"

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