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ANDERSON, REGINALD HUNTER On the morning of September 28, 2023, Reginald Hunter Anderson drifted into the arms of our Lord and Savior after a ten-year opposition to cancer. Reggie, Reg a staple in the community … adored, respected and known to all for his ability to embrace, uplift and direct many lives toward a horizon of hope and positivity through love and laughter. Reggie was born January 24, 1953, to Hunter and Nadine Anderson in Cape May Court House, New Jersey. After graduating Middle Township High School, he attended Robert Morris College and Cumberland College. His next venture, owner and President of R. A. Painting & Decorating, Inc established his lifelong business servicing New Jersey, New York, DC and Philadelphia. Reggie's many accomplishments include: Originator/Instructor of Reggie's Rock-o-cise conditioning trainer for Middle Township High School football team; Creator Director, Choreographer of Athletic Rhythms; Director/Percussionist of Umoja Kuumba Multicultural Performing Arts Company; Director/Choreographer of Usolely fitness and conditioning; Director/Choreographer PRO BEATS all team sports conditioning; Owner/Originator/Director/Choreographer of SSS-SYNC Sports Specific all sports conditioning; Musical Director/Drummer of Rastabla Hebron a Pan African Cooperative Company; and Originator/Facilitator of The Bible Brothers a Men's Bible Study Group. Busy and all inclusive, Reggie developed an extraordinarily imaginative style of presenting exercise in a creative and lively manner. His ability to embrace his clients and students with structure and kindness has opened the door to them becoming the friends and family of today; not to forget his lifelong buddies, mentees, and friends, chosen as family along his life's journey. Missed is an understatement … loved is an absolute … remembered and cherished forever … Reggie met Muriel, his forever life's partner, in Montclair, NJ in the 1980's. Their connection in love led to marriage in 1986. The two made life in Cape May County, where they've walked side by side ever since … Reggie and Muriel, Muriel and Reggie has been the focus of every sentence from that moment on! From this union was born Joeffrey and the responsibility of fathering a stepson, Khimal. The love shared between Reggie and Muriel, seen and felt by all, has been and remains a clear testimony to the vows of marriage. Reggie is predeceased by his son Joeffrey Anderson, stepson Khimal Kendall Lumpkin, mother Nadine Anderson and Father Hunter Anderson. He leaves to reflect and remember his presence on this earth, his devoted and loving wife Muriel Anderson, a sister Denise Bose, brothers William Anderson and Floyd Anderson, sister-in-law Brenda Burwell, a niece, cousins, and a multitude of loving and caring friends. Thank you, Reggie, for all you were and all you gave. You are loved beyond measure. Rest easy now, in the arms of God, your Lord and Savior. Memorial service will begin at 11:00 a.m. at Christ Gospel Church Love Center, 2209 Route 9 South, Whitesboro, NJ 08252 on Tuesday, October 10, 2023. There is no visitation before the service. Interment is private.

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