A Visit with Fred Anderson
Anderson joined the Seahawks as a defensive end after winning 2 Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1977 & 1978. He played 3 seasons (1980-1982) with the Seahawks, and then retired from the NFL.
He would go on to run a successful Seattle contracting firm, Leajak Concrete Construction, that has been a major player in numerous projects over the years in the Puget Sound area.
Anderson’s leadership in the community has included the following roles promoting causes that impact small businesses:
*Mayor of Seattle Leadership Committee for Disadvantaged Contractors
*Member of Construction Industry Workforce Advisory Committee
*Member of Puget Sound Minority Contractor Advisory Development Competitiveness center
*Member of Black Builders Association
*Member of Puget Sound Minority Contractors
*Member Oregon National Association of Minority Contractors
*Member of the National Association of Minority Contractors
*Member and Sponsor of Tabor 100 (Anderson is the 2017 Tabor Legacy Hall of Fame award winner)