Hollidaysburg native, Paul Frederic Anderson, passed away peacefully at UPMC Altoona after a brief illness. Surrounded by his loving family, he left behind a lasting legacy in the community and beyond.
Born to Terry and Marci Anderson in Mansfield, Ohio, Paul was the middle son of a devoted family. He had two older and younger brothers, David and Michael, who were all close to him. Growing up in Hollidaysburg Area High School in 1998, Paul excelled academically and later pursued a degree in economics from Duke University in 2002.
In addition to his time spent in Hollidaysburg, Paul also had a home in Austin, Texas, where he lived for some time before returning to Pittsburgh and parts of Maryland. Despite being an avid sports fan growing up with his brothers, he didn’t limit himself to just one team. He loved the Duke Blue Devils, Pittsburgh Steelers and Penn State Nittany Lions equally. His passion for sports extended beyond playing as he enjoyed watching games with his family.
Paul is survived by his parents and brothers along with their families. David and Emily Anderson have two children Sydney (18) and Jack (14), while Michael and Jana Anderson have three children Misha (14), Luke (13), and Maggie (10). All of them adored their Uncle Paul who brought joy to their lives whenever they visited him. His wit and humor will be sorely missed by all those who knew him well.
In honor of Paul’s memory, it is requested that donations be made to any charity of your choice as a tribute to this generous soul who touched many lives throughout his career as a financial professional at H&M Financial Services Group Inc., where he worked until his passing. There will be no visitation or service scheduled at this time. Arrangements are being handled by Plank Stitt & Stevens Funeral Home located on Montgomery Street in Hollidaysburg. Condolences may be sent via email at [stevensfamilyfuneralhomes@comcastnet](mailto:stevensfamilyfuneralhomes@comcastnet) or through their website at stevensfamilyfuneralhomes.com or on Facebook page at Stevens Family Funeral Homes.
It is fitting that we remember Paul as someone who lived life to the fullest despite facing challenges along the way due to his illness.
Paul’s impact on those around him can never be overstated