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1931 - 2013 Obituary Condolences
GILBERT B. ANDERSON Obituary
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December 21, 2013
Gilbert and I were docents at the Heinz History Center!! What a wondeful friend and help he was to me. I will miss Him!!

Peggy b. Grinager
December 16, 2013
On behalf of the Fort Pitt Museum our deepest condolences to Gib's family. He was a true gentleman and historian. He will be greatly missed here.
Alan Gutchess
December 15, 2013
Gib was a role model to many of us at the Heinz History Center. He always had a twinkle in his eye and a story to tell. He is already missed. Maryann Magra
December 15, 2013
Gib and I worked together in the Library & Archives of the Heinz History Center. We reviewed and judged National History Day website entries there also. I listened to Gib's Korean War experiences during American Patriotism classes there, especially his "Chinese bugle' anecdote. I was privileged to have seen the log cabin and bunk bed that Gib made for his grandchildren. He was very proud of his family members and spoke of them often. Rick Erisman
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