Dick Anderson's obit 01/04/1972
be in served Aurich, at Grants Richard A. Anderson SUNSET -- Richard Ace Anderson, 36, of 1178 N. 300 W., was killed Sunday in an airplane crash near Cedar Fork, Utah. Mr. Anderson was born June 9, 1935, Logan, a son of Ace W. Â«nd Edith Green Anderson. He graduated from Ogden High School Henager School of Business. He was a member, of the Sunset 6th Ward-and was an elder. He had served scoutmaster, Sunday School *nd MIA superintendent. superintendent. He was married to Marjorie Palmer on Jan. 15, 1954, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They were later divorced. He was married LaDonna Gomm Bingham on Nov. 14, She died Jan. 2, 1972. He was founder and president of Development Development Corporation of America an Ogden based firm. He served in the Special Forces unit of the Utah National Guard, and was a paratrooper paratrooper with the Reserves. Surviving are two sons, Sleven Ace Anderson Anderson .and Bart Anderson, both of Sunset; two stepdaughters, Dana June Bingham and Kathy Bingham, both of Sunset; three stepsons, stepsons, Rowland Bingham, Randy Bingham and Kelly Bingham, all- of Paul, Idaho; his parents .of Ogden; one sister, Mrs. Ben (Joan) Jewkes, Sunset. Joint funeral services for Mr. Anderson and his wife, Mrs, LaDonna Anderson, will be held Friday at 1 p.m. at Lindquist Sons Colonial Funeral Chapel in Ogden with Bishop Ernest 0. Larsen of the .Sunset 6th Ward officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday prior services. Burial will be in the Washington Heights Memorial Park.