Harold F. Anderson

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WALLINGFORD - Harold F. Anderson, 95, beloved husband of the late Mary (Kotowski) Anderson, departed this life peacefully on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at the Regency House in Wallingford.

Harold was born in New Haven, on Jan. 11, 1919, son of the late Harold K. Anderson and Viola (Allard) Anderson. He served honorably during World War II within the U.S. Navy. He worked for many years as a stationary engineer until his retirement. He was an active member of the Wallingford Senior Center and also belonged to the Senior Citizens Singing Group. Harold loved to sing, and was a very faith filled man.

He will be sadly missed by his children, Patricia A. Tremblay and her husband, Robert, of Wallingford, Harold F. Anderson and his wife, Debra, of Ashford, Robert J. Anderson and his wife, Joan, of Columbia, and Judith A. Campbell and her husband, James, of Anderson, S.C. Harold also leaves numerous beloved grandchildren. He is preceded in death by a sister, Thelma Johnson; and two grandsons; Timothy and Kurt Anderson.

The B.C. Bailey Funeral Home of Wallingford has been entrusted with arrangements. Interment will be private and in St. John's Cemetery in Wallingford. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Wallingford Senior Center, 238 Washington St., Wallingford, CT 06492.

The family wishes to thank all of the staff at the Regency House for the loving care given to Harold these past months.

To leave a message of remembrance, please visit www.BCBailey.com.
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Published in The Record-Journal on Apr. 26, 2014
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