In Loving Memory

March 03, 1927
Bridgeport, CT
April 01, 2017
Fairfield, CT
Funeral Home

Spear-Miller Funeral Home

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield CT US 06824


First Church Congregational

Memorial Service

148 Beach Rd.,
CT 06824

Saturday April 8, 2017


Family Gathering


First Church Congregational

148 Beach Road,
CT 06824

George Harold Anderson

GEORGE HAROLD ANDERSON, age 90, of Fairfield, CT, husband of sixty-three years to the late Ann Bradley Anderson, died on April 1, 2017. He was born in Bridgeport, CT to the late C. Harold Anderson and Ruth E. Anderson. Mr. Anderson graduated from Roger Ludlowe High School, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, and graduated from Yale University, Class of 1949. Upon graduation, he joined The Bullard Company (White Consolidated Industries), and served for 42 years in various management positions in Bridgeport, CT, Cincinnati, OH and Rockford, IL. Mr. Anderson also taught at Bridgeport Engineering Institute. Active at First Church Congregational in Fairfield, where he was a deacon emeritus, Mr. Anderson served as Moderator and was honored in 2005 for his many years of service to the church. Mr. Anderson also served as chairman of the Board of Managers of the Fairfield Branch Y.M.C.A., President of the Bridgeport Chapter of the Society for Advancement of Management, and on the boards of the Kiwanis Club of Fairfield, the Fairfield Historical Society, the Scandinavian Club, the Black Rock Yacht Club, A.A.R.P. Chapter 1861, and the Fanny Crosby Home. He was a member of the Black Rock Yacht Club, the Fayerweather Yacht Club, the National Association of Accountants, and the American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers. Mr. Anderson was a true gentleman and a well-respected and admired man of great integrity. He was also a big sports fan, especially the Ivy League and loved big band era music. Mr. Anderson is survived by his son Bradford Anderson, and wife Deborah of East Sandwich, MA; son Roy Anderson of Boston, MA; and daughter Nancy Anderson Tyler, and husband Tom of Darien, CT; and granddaughter Lindsay Tyler of New York, NY. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews. There will be a memorial service at First Church Congregational, 148 Beach Rd., Fairfield, CT at 3:00 PM on Saturday, April 8, 2017. Burial will be private in OakLawn Cemetery, Fairfield, CT. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to First Church Congregational, 148 Beach Road in Fairfield, CT 06824. For further information and to sign an online guestbook, please visit

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4 Guestbook Entries for George Harold Anderson

  1. I am very sorry for your loss. Mr. Anderson was such a gentle person and I will miss seeing him and his smile at First Church on Sundays.

  2. Brad ,
    We’ve been great friends for more than half a century..can you believe that? Your Dad was the Last of the Mohegans.. His death signifies the final passing of an Era. , a generation. What I will remember most about your dad, is the relationship he had with your mother.; probably as close to a perfect marriage as two people can have. In many ways they defined each other.. Glad we had a chance to talk today. Please give my condolences to Roy and Nancy.

  3. Evie and I appreciate your telling us of your father’s death. George and Anne were dear friends with whom we stayed in touch over the years. We have a fond memory of staying in their home overnight once when enroute to visit my brother in Florida. George and Anne were gracious and caring hosts. Usually, it was by our Christmas letters that we exchanged the various happenings in our lives. Having them as members of the parish we served in Rockford was a boon. No doubt, it is true for you as it is with us—this having known many folk, now passed from sight, who like summer fruit continue to aromatize our memories with the fragrance of all which once bound us together.

  4. On behalf of my father, Gerald Anderson of Minneapolis, and my family I offer our sincere condolences for your loss. I know George and Gerald kept up over the years, and my father spoke gently and kindly of their kinship. Blessings to all.