Kyle M. An­der­son, HUD branch chief

Baltimore Sun - - OBITUARIES - — Jac­ques Kelly

Kyle Matthew An­der­son, a re­tired U.S. Department of Hous­ing and Ur­ban Development branch chief, died of can­cer Nov. 24 at his home in the Mil­ford Mill sec­tion of Bal­ti­more County. He was 58.

Born in Bal­ti­more and raised in Ash­bur­ton, he was the son of Paul An­der­son, a U.S. Postal Ser­vice worker, and Ber­nadette An­der­son, a so­cial worker.

He at­tended Our Lady of Lour­des School and Le­muel Ju­nior High School, and was a 1976 grad­u­ate of North­west­ern High School.

He at­tended Tow­son Uni­ver­sity and earned a bach­e­lor’s de­gree from Cop­pin State Uni­ver­sity. He was a mem­ber of the Kappa Al­pha Psi fra­ter­nity and was its keeper of records, ex­che­quer and his­to­rian.

He joined the Department of Hous­ing and Ur­ban Development and be­came its as­set man­age­ment branch chief. He re­tired in 2015.

Mr. An­der­son was an avid golfer for more than 30 years. He played with a group of friends who spent week­ends at cour­ses in Mary­land and Penn­syl­va­nia and had an­nual out­ings to Florida and Myr­tle Beach, S.C. His friends called him the “Com­mis­sioner of Golf.”

He had also at­tended the Masters Tour­na­ment in Augusta, Ga.

Mr. An­der­son hosted fam­ily events on Mother’s Day and at Christ­mas. He en­joyed jazz mu­sic and liked view­ing old films and tele­vi­sion sit­u­a­tion come­dies.

He was an out­door griller — ribs and steaks, fam­ily mem­bers said — and en­joyed gar­den­ing, rais­ing toma­toes, spring onions and pep­pers.

A fu­neral Mass will be of­fered at 11 a.m. to­day at the New All Saints Ro­man Catholic Church, 4408 Lib­erty Heights Ave., where he was a mem­ber.

Sur­vivors in­clude his mother and two sis­ters, Ivy Lawal and Holly Archer, all of Bal­ti­more; and nieces and neph­ews.

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