Richard K. Anderson, 69

Westborough – Richard K. Anderson, 69, died unexpectedly Wednesday Nov. 17, 2010 at the UMass Memorial Healthcare – University Hospital in Worcester.

    Born in Natick, son of the late Emil K. and Eleanor (Smith) Anderson, he was a 1958 graduate of Natick High School and attended Dartmouth College.

    Mr. Anderson was the owner of Plumb House Inc. He was a member of the Chapel of the Cross; a member and past president of Associated Builders and Contractors and the Merit Construction Alliance; and a past board member of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority. He enjoyed biking, sailing and skiing.

    He is survived by one son, John K. Anderson and his wife, Christina, of Wrentham; one daughter, Sarah A. Badway and her husband, Anthony, of Westborough; two brothers, Robert T. Anderson of Natick and Kris L. Anderson of Panama City, Fla.; one sister, Ellen Beaupre of Concord; four grandchildren, Rachel, Jacob and Tess Badway and Jordan Anderson; and a dear friend, Helga Coffey of Northborough. He was the brother of the late Lee Steffann.

    Funeral services were held Nov. 23 from the Chapel of the Cross, with burial at Pine Grove Cemetery. The Rand-Harper-Pickering Westborough Funeral Home assisted with arrangements. Memorial donations in his memory may be made to the Pan Mass Challenge (www.pmc.org).




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