Greg Anderson

Greg Anderson

Greg Anderson, 70, of Crescent Twp., died on April 1, 2024 in Heritage Valley Sewickley.  He was born in Sharon, PA on May 9, 1953 the son of the late George & Lily (McIntosh) Anderson. 

Greg loved animals, nature, swimming, and running as a child until he found music in his youth, which quickly consumed his hours; listening to music and learning all of his favorite songs. 

While working at Grant’s department store, he met his future wife, Sally.  They adventured across the country as the band, Common Touch.  When this adventure came to end, they returned to western Pennsylvania and made the region their home.  

While Greg worked as a steel worker, most knew him for his dedication to work safety for himself and his coworkers.  He continued to pursue music, playing in cover bands throughout his life and his favorite hobby was fishing; spending hours catching fish and then releasing them back to the waters to be caught again another day. 

Greg is survived by his wife of  50 yrs, Sally A. (Thomas) Anderson.  A son, Daniel Anderson (Jennifer),  granddaughter, Eva Anderson, Uniontown, PA, two step-grandchildren, Abagail & Nick Hudock, and a daughter Elizabeth Anderson (Ben), Crescent, PA, and niece, Layne Anderson.  

 He is also survived by his brother, John D. Anderson (Fluff), and a sister, Lily Beth Anderson.

 In addition to his parents, Greg was preceded in death by his sisters, Carole Lee Prather & Alayne Gayle Brenner. 

All services are private at this time. The Huntsman Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Moon Twp.  is in charge of arrangements. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: The American Red Cross–Greg–Anderson

3 thoughts on “Greg Anderson

  1. Dear Sally and family, so sorry to hear about Greg. I’ve tried to find you on Facebook for a while with no luck. Thoughts and prayers are with your family. Once things settle please reach out, 412-654-8150. I’m in Ohio now.

  2. Sally,
    I too have tried to find you, also Elaine. Sorry to find you this way. I pray blessings for you. Sorry for your loss .
    I often thought about you, me, Cookie and another cooking dinner at Elaine’s. And W.T. I wish you the best.

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