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In Memoriam:Keith R. Anger – 1948 - 2006

October 17, 2006

PITTSBURGH – Keith R. Anger, fleet account executive for General Motors Fleet & Commercial Operations, died suddenly following a coronary arrest, Saturday, Oct. 14, 2006, at his residence in Lancaster Twp., Pa. Born May 7, 1948, in Buffalo, N.Y., he was the son of Harvey & Shirley (Rote) Anger of Tonawanda, N.Y. A 35-year veteran at General Motors, Anger was fleet account executive - sales for the Pittsburgh/Upstate New York area. He was also a member of Park Presbyterian Church in Zelienople, Pa., where he was an elder and the soundboard technician. Anger was the varsity 1 head coach for the Seneca Valley inline hockey team and director of Player Development for the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Roller Hockey League (PIRHL). He was an avid outdoorsman, hunter, and fisherman, and loved his pets. He also enjoyed building computers and was a “ hands-on” contractor for many of his construction projects. In addition to his parents, Anger is survived by his wife, Alice, whom he married Apr. 13, 1968; two daughters, Jennifer Goldsborough, and her husband David of Abingdon, Md., and Tamara Barnhart and her husband Robert of Washington, D.C.; two sons, Jason of Freedom and Sean of Lancaster Twp.; a brother, Ralph of Queenstown, Md.; and three grandchildren, Jeffrey, Ryan, and Rachel. Memorial donations may be made to Park Presbyterian Church, Memorial Fund “Soundboard”, 115 E. Grandview Ave., Zelienople, PA 16063, or Seneca Valley InLine Hockey Assn., P.O. Box 2153, Cranberry Twp., PA 16066.
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