December 23, 1981 to October 18, 2019



DJ was co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of IronCloud Technologies, Inc. His special relationship with technology and incredible patience gave him the right mixture of talent and passion to showcase his servant’s heart for helping others through finding and implementing the right equipment to solve their IT problems.


DJ’s sense of humor and quick wit made him a joy to be around as he went about his workday maintaining IT systems or coming up with new, innovative solutions to unique, challenging problems. DJ was always an enthusiastic advocate for serving others. That’s why DJ helped shape IronCloud’s focus on building and sustaining positive relationships with their customers.



As a service to the family and a support for DJ and Rachel’s two sons, David and Joshua, a Memorial Fund has been set up for receiving donations on Facebook.


DJ and Rachel were hands-on parents who put their all into everything they did, including cultivating a loving and stimulating atmosphere for their sons to grow up in. Rachel was a stay-at-home mother, nurturing her children with homeschooling, and DJ enriched their lives with quality time and hand-made projects.


In an effort to continue DJ and Rachel’s vision for the lives of their sons, please donate to the Memorial Fund to help build a rich, loving, and fulfilling future for David and Joshua.



Beloved father, husband, brother, son, and friend, David H. “DJ” Anderson, Jr. and his wife Rachel R. (VanderMeer) Anderson joined eternity together on Friday, October 18, 2019.


DJ and Rachel were faithful members of the Sterling Christian Church. DJ would play guitar and operate sound equipment for the worship service with Rachel by his side as video technician. They both enjoyed table top and video games and spending quality time with their two sons, David and Joshua.


A joint service will be held at the Sterling Christian Church, 701 S. Sterling Avenue, Veedersburg on Friday, October 25th, at 11:00 a.m. with Pastors Gary Johnson and David Sims officiating.