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people here was just fantastic," said Ed Anderson, Bernie's brother. "And the support they showed for Bernie was greatly appreciated by me, personally, and by all of the family."Anderson had a 20 year career in the Legislature, holding a position of influence as chairman of the Assembly Judiciary Committee from 1995 to 2009.He died last week at 71 after suffering pulmonary problems. He entered Renown Regional Medical Center on Dec. 26 and never returned home.Many politicians from Las Vegas attended services, including former Assembly Speakers Barbara Buckley, D Las Vegas, and Richard Perkins, D Henderson.Democratic Secretary of State Ross Miller was also in attendance, as were two noted Republicans: state Sen. Don Gustavson, R Sparks, and Assembly Minority Leader Pat Hickey, R Reno.Many in the crowd had been involved in Assembly Judiciary issues over the years. Others had been former high school students of Anderson's.Anderson taught government and history for 32 years in the Washoe County School District at Wooster and Reed high schools. Anderson was a staunch supporter of education at the Legislature, said lawyer/lobbyist Matthew Sharp, who gave the eulogy."It is amazing to me that we don't have a school named after Bernie Anderson, because Bernie was all about education," said Sharp.Sharp noted Anderson was a sticker for decorum in his Assembly Judiciary Committee. Anderson's pet peeve was the cellphone. If yours accidentally rang during Bernie's committee meeting, you could be in for a scolding."Bernie had a thing for cellphones; he hated them," Sharp said. "You just didn't have your cellphone on. And one day in the Belt Bag Prada committee room, a cellphone started ringing. So everybody was looking around asking, 'Who's phone is it?'"And it turned out to be Bernie's," Sharp said.The crowd roared with laughter. Sharp continued:"I didn't even know Bernie had a cellphone."And the crowd roared with laughter again.It was the funniest moment of an otherwise somber ceremony.Rev. George Wolf, who celebrated the funeral Mass, told the crowd that he had given Anderson the Sacrament of the Sick twice while he was in the hospital. Both times, Anderson was in a deep sleep and unaware of his presence.Yet Wolf noted something miraculous during the second time while his family members were crowded around Anderson's hospital bed."He seemed to be in a deep sleep and had not spoken a word Burberry Handbags Price In Uk
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he was saying the Lord's Prayer with us, mouthing the words."What a great blessing for all of us present," Wolf said.Wolf noted that Anderson was a beloved member of the Immaculate Conception Church from the time he was an altar boy until the day he died. Wolf said he had known Anderson for 50 years."God loves this man," Wolf said of Anderson.Guy Rocha, the archivist emeritus of Nevada, said Anderson's legacy will live on after his death.Rocha predicted after the funeral that Anderson will soon be inducted into the Nevada Assembly Hall of Fame."Many legislators come and go, with that body (Assembly) in particular," Rocha said. "There are 42 (assembly members). That's a lot of people. Some of them will be forgotten very readily. Bernie will be remembered. Bernie will have a legacy, and we are here to celebrate it today."
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Hundreds turn out for funeral of longtime Sparks Assemblyman Anderson
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