In Memory

Richard "Rick" Anderson, 7-2019

Richard Rick Anderson, 7-2019

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04/26/20 10:51 PM #1    

Bruce Wright

"Skeeter'  - one of my great pals and a true wild spirit. His VW Bug took us many places we probably shouldn't have gone. I will miss him but the memories I have are from back in the day and they are all a blast!

04/27/20 03:49 PM #2    

John Simanton

Skeeter will always be unforgettable to me!  He mopped up the mat with me in wrestling back at Glen Crest!  I am very sorry he's gone!

04/28/20 02:45 PM #3    

Michael "Mike" Conway

I echo Bruce Wright's comments. Rick was engaging with a great sense of humor. He was agressively recruited to join the BBoys. I had many laughs with Rick. Our lives were like two popular movies. In the beginning of high school- American Graffiti and in the last half-Dazed and Confused!!!! After graduation Rick enrolled at College of Dupage. At College of Dupage he studied art. He was the sexton at St. Mark's Episcopal church.I didnt see Rick in the mid 80s and 90s During those years he started several bands. He was the lead guitar player and singer. After Tom Heighway passed in 2003 Tom's daughters started an annual  fun run in Tom's name. I would see Rick every year. He was still engaging and comical. He had a son. He moved to Sturgeon Bay, be near his mother. The last five years we fell out of contact. He passed due to cancer in July,2019. Thanks for the laughs Rick!!!!

12/10/20 01:22 AM #4    

Karen Byers (Link)

He was such an artist. He drew many pictures of animals for me for my Audubon Study. His art was so realistic. What a talent. Sad he's gone.

12/10/20 05:54 PM #5    

Jean "Frosty" Pengelly (Lay)

I had a crush on him maybe when we were freshman or even younger.  He used to make me laugh so hard soemtimes!  You are missed

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