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Kurt R. Anderson

Kurt R. Anderson, 57, of Aspen died at home Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010, after a short illness.Kurt was born and raised in Michigan City, Ind. He migrated to California to attend UCSB and made many friends in the Santa Barbara area. He moved to Aspen in the mid-’80s to join the woodworking business of Aspen Cabinet, which provided custom designs for homes in Aspen, and was a recognized tradesman here. At the time of his death, he was owner of A&A Maintenance.Kurt’s true love was the outdoors and fishing, and of course anything to do with sports. He will long be remembered by his many friends as a giving and much-loved individual.Kurt is survived by his loyal and loving wife, Lauri, with whom he shared 13 years of wonderful friendship and marriage. Also surviving are his parents, Lester and Betty Anderson of Bloomington, Ind., and his sister, Gretchen Martin (Steve), also of Bloomington.There will be a memorial service held at Trinity Episcopal Church in Bloomington at 1 p.m. on Dec. 11, 2010; a memorial will be held for friends in Aspen in the spring. Condolences to the family may be addressed to Lauri Anderson, c/o Ajax Pool 209-E AABC, Aspen CO 81611 and The Martins, STE 125-A, 101 W. Kirkwood Ave., Bloomington IN 47404.

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