W3R Mourns the Loss of Phil Anders, Longtime W3R-PA Treasurer


W3R-PA treasurer, Philip M Anders died on July 21, 2020 after a long battle with cancer.  He was 76.  Phil attended the first W3R organization meeting in 2005 at the White Dog Cafe in Philadelphia and agreed to serve as Pennsylvania treasurer soon thereafter, serving these 15 years until his passing.

He was a retired banking executive, a graduate of Lycoming College, who devoted himself to patriotic causes and organizations, particularly with the Sons of the American Revolution.  He is survived by his wife of 53 years, two daughters and 4 grandchildren.  He was “Mister Reliable” for all of the responsibilities he undertook in his cheerful way.

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