Norman’s Obituary Norman Reginald “Reggie” Anderson II passed peacefully onto glory on Wednesday, April 24, 2019, at Straub Clinic & Hospital, Honolulu, Hawaii, at the age of 48. Born in Baltimore, Maryland on May 9, 1970, the day before Mother’s Day, he was the only son of Dr. Brenda Odoms Wade of Delmar, Maryland and the late Dr. Norman Reginald Anderson, Sr. Reggie graduated from James M. Bennett, Sr. High School, Salisbury, Maryland, and attended the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, Maryland, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree with a concentration in Construction Management. He earned a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from Villanova University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Reggie was initially employed as a Project Engineer for the Confidential Telecommunications Project for the Eastern United States with Kiewit Corporation, a Fortune 500 construction company headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska. He later was an Assistant Project Manager for the Baltimore City Public Schools Technical Wiring Program and worked for Heery International Construction of Baltimore, Maryland. Reggie also was later employed with Barclay White Skanska of Aberdeen, Maryland and worked as an Assistant Project Manager for the Maryland Battelle BSL 3 Heat Center. As a Project Manager and Project Engineer for the MMC Company of Baltimore, a portion of Reggie’s duties was to supervise contract negotiations, project scheduling, budgeting, site inspections, and quality control. At Stantec Consulting/Greenhorn O’Mara of Bowie, Maryland, Reggie held positions as Project Manager for construction of the Prince George’s County, Maryland Police Evidence Warehouse, the 32,000 square foot Laurel, Maryland Library, Senior Project Manager for the New South Bowie, Maryland Library, and Senior Project Manager for the Duvall Wing Fire Restoration and Rebuild of the Upper Marlboro, Maryland Courthouse. Reggie relocated to Honolulu in 2017 and was the Project Manager for the Layton Construction Company’s Aeo Tower Block M, a Howard Hughes project valued at more than 330 million dollars. Left to mourn Reggie’s passing are his sons, Reginald Alexander Anderson, Devin Elijah Anderson, and Gavin Joseph Anderson, his mother, Dr. Brenda Odoms Wade (Johny), and sister, Brandi Starlette-Odoms Anderson. Also, left to mourn his passing are a host of uncles, aunts, cousins, in-laws, other loving relatives, and friends. Mr. Anderson will lie in repose on Thursday, May 9, 2019, from 1 to 2 PM at First Baptist Church, 528 Booth Street and Delaware Avenue, Salisbury. The funeral service will begin at 2 PM. Disposition will be private. Read More
Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Norman R Anderson II May 09 1970 April 24 2019.
Death notice for the town of: Salisbury, state: Maryland