Condolences for F. Victor McAnallen

Steve Cooper posted on 6/18/15

My thoughts and prayers are with your family in this time off loss.


Jim Guyer posted on 6/18/15

I am sorry about Victor's passing, he lived a full life and is now with his heavenly father. Jim


Banyat Adipats posted on 6/19/15

From the Adipats, please accept our condolences. He was well loved by my family, my parents and especially me. He was my teacher, taught me how to pronounce letters and words correctly. There were 4 or 5 of us that have the opportunity to study in US and can speak English well enough to get by. I remember him come in the class, once a week, set up the tape machine then pretending to pull his hair (he doesnít have that many ñ ha), and stuck it through one ear and pulled it out the other. We all laughed, and that is how he started his class for 2 years at Sahabumrung Wittaya. I will send a note to my family and friends telling of his passing. He will be missed. May God gives you all Peace and Strength knowing that God is with you through all this and he is happy in heaven, pulling his hair, put in one ear and out the other for all the angles to laugh. Peace, Banyat Adipat 505-350-0254


Wilaiwan (Adipat) Rodpaiboon posted on 6/19/15

Please accept our condolences. He was the one who introduced me to the Britts family that enhance me to have opportunity to study in USA and can speak English. May God gives you all Peace and Strength knowing that God is with you through all this and he is happy in heaven.


Donald and Barbara Reither posted on 6/20/15

Cherish the memories. What an honorable writeup on his life and family. Beautiful.


jack dunford posted on 6/29/15

Farewell Vic. I have nothing but the fondest memories of our shared time with the Church of Christ In Thailand and the International Church of Bangkok. You were the first person to greet us and make us feel welcome when we walked into ICB In 1978 and you were instrumental in my invitation to work with refugees and social development work at at CCT in 1981. But the memories are of the fun times we had with our families. You never expected to live into old age but you must have brought joy to countless people after you left us in Thailand. Thank you for everything. RIP.