Rick Anderson moved to Bellingham in 1993 with his wife, Deanne, and has since felt more at home here than in Aberdeen, where he was born and raised. He attended Grays Harbor Community College and Western Washington University, and has worked at The Bellingham Herald since 1995 in variety of jobs, including ad designer, web developer and IT administration. An unfashionably literate technology geek, he writes both computer code and prose in his spare time.
Rick Anderson moved to Bellingham in 1993 with his wife, Deanne, and has since felt more at home here than in Aberdeen, where he was born and raised. He attended Grays Harbor Community College and Western Washington University, and has worked at The Bellingham Herald since 1995 in variety of jobs, including ad designer, web developer and IT administration. An unfashionably literate technology geek, he writes both computer code and prose in his spare time. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Rick Anderson moved to Bellingham in 1993 with his wife, Deanne, and has since felt more at home here than in Aberdeen, where he was born and raised. He attended Grays Harbor Community College and Western Washington University, and has worked at The Bellingham Herald since 1995 in variety of jobs, including ad designer, web developer and IT administration. An unfashionably literate technology geek, he writes both computer code and prose in his spare time. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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