Pictured: Elect Dick Andersen Flyer, 1968
Summary: The following scrapbook was obtained at an estate sale at the former home of County Commissioner Dick Andersen by University of Texas-Arlington archivist Brenda McClurkin.
Dick Andersen was born on August 29, 1928, in Chicago, Illinois. He
moved to Fort Worth to attend Texas Christian University and graduated
in 1951 with a bachelor's degree in business and psychology. Andersen
entered the construction and land development business in Fort Worth
after working as a regional manager for Kimberly Clark in West Texas
and Houston. In 1968, he became the Tarrant County Precinct 1
Commissioner and served on the National Association of Counties. The
subcourthouse on Alta Mesa was named after him after his retirement in
1988. Andersen passed away in 2013.
Follow link to view PDF of fully scanned Dick Andersen Scrapbook.
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