Albert Anderson

Albert ("Al") W. Anderson, 91, died January 2, 2020. He was born in Wilkes-Barre, PA to Walter and Blanche Anderson.

Al was a life-long musician, beginning with his own orchestra in high school ("Al Anderson and His Orchestra"). In his later years, he played saxophone and clarinet with the Hejaz Brass Band, the Upstate Senior Band, and his church ensemble.

Al's employment was in textiles. He was a purchasing agent for Burlington Industries' fiberglass plants and as Sales Manager for the Schmidt Group of Greenville.

Al was a member of Aldersgate United Methodist Church. He was also a 32nd degree Mason, member of Scottish Rite, and a Shriner for over 60 years.

Al is survived by his wife of 67 years, Muriel; daughters Lynn Malcolm (Don) and Alison Feix (Peter); grandchildren Stephanie Weiss (Marc), Joshua Feix, Amanda Feix, and Desiree Feix (Kirk); and great-grandson Marc Weiss, Jr.

Memorials may be made to the music fund at Aldersgate Methodist Church or Shriners' Hospital.

At his request, a private family memorial service will be held at a later date.


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Ron Hamilton

January 9, 2020

Al was a good friend. We go back at least 50 years and we played on many bands together. He was a good musician and a great guy. We will miss him. I am sorry that I couldn't make the funeral due to a medical appointment.
Ron Hamilton

Carl Schmidt

January 7, 2020

Our condolences to Al's family. He was a pleasure to work with and we always enjoyed seeing him when he would have time to stop by and visit with us after he retired. We will miss him.

Carl and Joye Schmidt

Kathy Barney

January 5, 2020

I can hardly believe his time is up. I've know Mr. and Mrs. Anderson for more than 50 years as a friend of their daughter, Alison. It's almost like my own dad. Keeping up with the Andersons in housekeeping, work, career, home style and raising children has always been my goal. They always made things better. I know time passes and the inevitable happens, but this is hard to bear. I love the Andersons and always will. Good memories of a family man and his family I will always carry in my heart.