Harry Gustav Anderson Jr., 88, of Hurley NY, passed away Saturday March 28th 2020 at Ivy Lodge in Saugerties, NY. He was born on July 22, 1931 in Arlington, MA, the son of the late Harry G Anderson Sr. and Emma (Carlson) Anderson. He was married to Lois Joyce Engel on August 18th, 1956 in West Ghent, NY.
Harry was a Graduate of Malden High School, Class of 1949. After graduating high school, Harry enlisted and served 2 years in the United States Navy. Upon being honorably discharged Harry went to Wentworth Institute of Technology where he graduated class of 1954. Harry also went to Marist College and graduated in 1969.
Harry worked for IBM in Poughkeepsie and Kingston as an Industrial Engineer from 1952 until his retirement in 1991. Soon after his retirement he worked with S.C.O.R.E. as a volunteer helping entrepreneurs make business plans and counseling business owners. Harry was a member of Old Dutch Church in Kingston where he served as an elder on the consistory. Harry was a member of DeMolay and Masons and also served as a chairman of the Town of Hurley planning board.
Harry is survived by his wife Lois J Anderson of Hurley NY and his children Carl Anderson of Nashua NH, Martin Anderson and his wife Kathleen of North Attleboro MA, Paul Anderson and his wife Tammy of New Ipswich NH, Karen Cuatt and her husband Matthew of St. Petersburg FL, James Anderson of Hurley NY, and Harry G Anderson III of Sawkill NY, his grandchildren Christopher Cuatt and his wife Miriam their son Desmond, Jessica Voglino and her husband Anthony, Paige Anderson, Jasmine Anderson, Laurel Anderson, his brother Frank Anderson and sister Barbara Stone, and her husband Don.
Arrangements entrusted to Keyser Funeral & Cremation Service, 326 Albany Ave., Kingston NY, 12401 where family and friends may visit on Tuesday August 17, 2021 from 10am to 12pm. At 12pm the funeral service will take place followed by a funeral procession and burial in Hurley Cemetery, Hurley, NY. A tribute for Harry can be found at www.keyserfuneralservice.com where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy.