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Bradley Anderson

Bradley Anderson

Thursday, June 10th, 1971 Saturday, January 25th, 2020

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Obituary for Bradley Scott Anderson

Bradley "Scott" Anderson, 48, of Mooresville, passed away peacefully on January 25, 2020 in Meadow Lakes of Mooresville. Scott was born in Indianapolis on June 10, 1971 to Danny Edward Anderson and Nancy Kay Lee.

Scott lived in the Indianapolis area all of his life. He was a mechanic for Firestone and Ray Skillman. He also worked for the Indiana Blood Center. Most recently he worked for IMI driving a concrete mixer.

Scott loved watching movies, playing with remote cars, traveling, with Disney World being one of his favorites, he was an avid race fan, and he love the San Francisco 49ers. Scott was a man of few words but he definitely enjoyed life.

Scott is survived by his significant other, Sabrina Voss; daughter, Elizabeth Anderson of GA; mother, Nancy Kay Lee of Fishers; four brothers: Steven Anderson of Indianapolis, John Anderson of Indianapolis, Jason Anderson of Indianapolis, Benjamin Taylor of Indianapolis, and his step mother, Norma "Johnnie" Anderson. Scott is preceded in death by his father.

Cremation arrangements are entrusted to Jones Family Mortuary, Mooresville.

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Sabrina Voss

Scott & I began spending our lives together in the fall of 2010. In those years we took a handful of vacations to familiar places, like Disney World, and new locations, like The Grand Canyon & Galveston Island. We took in new sights, such as Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta & Hoover Dam, and returned to favorites such as, the Indiana State Fair & NHRA Nationals in Indianapolis. Auto racing, of any kind, was one of two sports that Scott loved most. The 2nd being the San Francisco 49ers. We went to several auto races over the years. He watched countless races on TV & cheered on his Niners every game whether televised or not. His knowledge of automobiles was staggering. His passion for cars took us to a number of places within Indiana, Ohio, & Michigan. We also squeezed in as many festivals, fairs, movies, & weekend trips as possible.
Scott was a supporter of my passion, singing with White River Sound Chorus. He volunteered to work many fundraisers. He attended & cheered me on in many shows & competitions. More than one vacation was set around a Sweet Adeline International competition too.
In between those events/trips we lived the daily grind of work & just “normal” life like we all do.
When Scott was diagnosed with ALS in March 2017 our “normal” changed. In ALS, the communication from the brain to the muscles is cut off. As a result the muscles begin dying, & hence less able to do for oneself. As the disease progresses with more muscles dying, ALL things become more difficult & ever changing.
My focus became how do I help Scott be as comfortable as possible for as long as possible. I showered him, groomed him, dressed him, fed him, and on & on. Essentially my hands became his hands. I did all this & more, while working full time, maintaining a household, & trying to continue some semblance of “normal” in my life. I did my very best for 2 years as his primary caregiver.
Thank you Nancy, Scott’s Mom, for answering my calls for help & being there with Scott so I could continue my “normal”.
When I called his brother, Steve, waving the white flag & telling him I could no longer be his primary caregiver he quickly stepped in. I will forever be grateful to Steve for taking over & accepting responsibility for Scott’s care. Scott thought the world of you & I know he was thankful you always took good care of him.
Thank you Steve for giving me the space I needed to regain my footing.
Thank you to the folks at the ALS Clinic & The ALS Association of Indiana for embracing Scott & I. Your knowledge & guidance from beginning to end was unwavering.
Thank you to the aides who came into our home to care for Scott so I could maintain our home & livelihood.
Thank you to all the staff at Greenwood Meadows & Meadow Lakes of Mooresville who took care of Scott when he became a resident.
Thank you to Darla for caring enough to forsake your employment & time to be with him in his last days.
Thank you to my parents, sister, & extended family for always loving me, welcoming Scott as family, & helping through all the transitions of this difficult journey.
A huge thanks to the management team & co-workers of where I work. Thanks for making it a safe, flexible yet constant space to maintain a sense of “normal”. Having that sense of security allowed me to take better care of Scott.
Thank you, a thousand times, to my White River Sound Chorus family, all my Sweet Adeline sisters, & dearest friends. You provided a safe haven for my broken heart, tired soul, sleep-deprived body, & overwhelmed mind throughout this roller coaster of a ride. Without you I would not have been able to care for Scott for 2 years at home.
It just so happens I was with my Sweet Adeline sisters this weekend when Steve called me about Scott’s passing. I could not have been a better place. Thank you for the hugs, shoulders to cry on, kind words, and all the singing.
There is a video of us singing How We Sang Today from this weekend’s educational event. This was one of Scott’s favorite songs AND he will have the best seat in the house to watch his San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV.
A Celebration of Scott’s Life will be held at a later date yet to be determined. In leu of flowers please consider a monetary donation to The ALS Association of Indiana in memory of Bradley “Scott” Anderson.

With humblest gratitude & love,
Sabrina
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Vicki Hollen

I will miss you so much! You will always be in my heart!!!!
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Rick Powell

rip scott you will be missed
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Don /Peggy

So sorry. We love you all and will be praying for comfort for the family.
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The Proctor family

With heartfelt condolences, and prayers.
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Steve Anderson

It’s very humbling to feed someone that can’t feed themselves. Wipe their mouth, nose or tear from their eye. I spent more time with my brother in the last year than I have my entire adult life. Day by day I watched him slowly decline. Conversation was never his strong suit, but he reached out more than ever with the greatest urgency for the simplest request that he found so overwhelming. Rest In Peace Scott. Your struggle was as real as any I have ever witnessed first hand.

Thanks to the staff at Greenwood Meadows and Meadow Lakes of Mooresville. The number of people you care for on a daily basis is overwhelming. Special thanks go out to those that go above and beyond to volunteer. Your personal time and efforts add comfort to many folks in the last season of their lives to help them live with a bit more dignity.

Special thanks to “Saint” Sabrina for all of her hard work in allowing Scott to live comfortably in his own home for as long as she was possibly able. Not too many people could have endured what you went through.

Special thanks to Darla Jones for volunteering her personal time and even forfeiting her employment to comfort Scott in his final days.

There will not be a formal funeral service for Scott. We will have a Celebration of Life at a date yet to be determined. In leu of flowers, please consider monetary donations to The ALS Association or consider volunteering your time in your community to those in need.

God bless,
Steven Anderson
“Stevie”
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