David Lee Anderson III

Martinez, GA – David Lee Anderson III, 19, entered into rest Monday, May 16, 2022, at his residence.

Graveside services will be held Friday, May 27, 2022, at 1:00PM, from Hillcrest Memorial Park, with Pastor Mike Andrews officiating.

Mr. Anderson, son of Jacqueline Anderson and David Lee Anderson Jr., was born in Augusta, GA. He was known to call his mom “yo moms” and he called his dad “bruh.” He spent his time outdoors and sitting around the fire. His aspirations after graduation were to join the United States Marine Corp. He was a  member of Canaan Baptist Church, 3907 Mike Padgett HWY Augusta, GA, 30906. He worked as a lawn care technician at Dependable Rain Irrigation.

He was preceded in death by his great-grandfather, William Herron; his maternal grandfather, Roger Preston Parrish; his paternal grandfather, David Lee Anderson Sr.; and his aunt, Melissa Marie Parrish.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his sister, Stephanie Anderson.

Pallbearers will be Leonard Malpass, Frank Malpass Jr., Jacob Malpass, Preston Malpass, Michael Crosby, Brian Crosby, Jeb Bowers, and William Altman.

Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA, 30906.

2 responses to “David Lee Anderson III”

  1. David Anderson
    I have loved you since I heard you were coming in to this world and I know when I leave this world I’ll be with you again and it will be a beautiful day ,
    But until then ill miss your beautiful face,your smile and most of all that hug you gave me everytime you saw me and most of all your voice that said to me every time I love you Grandma!
    Bubba I already miss you and part of my ❤️ heart when with you
    Love you Always Grandma

  2. Bubba,
    I loved you from the start. I loved you from the moment I knew I was pregnant with you. I prayed for you everyday of your 19 years. You was my baby boy and became one of my best friends. Lol whose gonna be the tie breaker in the house now. Your daddy and sister keep trumping me. You lived everything and everyone and could always go either way. Which made you perfect for breaking the ties. I wish more people knew how big your heart was, how you in your own way was always trying to help people. You had a warriors heart and soul. I don’t think anyone knew that better than me. You always put yourself in bad spots just so you could help the ones already there. Son, I am so proud of the man you became, I wish you could still be here everyday, I wish you could have fulfilled your hopes and dreams. I know God had other plans for you and called you home early. I don’t like it one single bit. Momma misses you so much every second of everyday. Sometimes I feel like I can’t even breathe. You took my heart with you. I can’t wait to join you. I love you so much Big boy.

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