A Memorial Service was held Tuesday, July 3, 2018 in Hershey, PA for Richard A. “Dick” Anzolut, 88, who passed away peacefully June 27 with family by his side. Born in Ashby, MA, November 30, 1929, Dick spent most of his career in sports management. He was CEO of Tournament Sports, Inc., and co-founder -- with wife of 45 years, Cynthia -- of the Lady Keystone Open, a tournament that attracted the biggest names in LPGA golf from 1977-1994. A 1947 graduate of Cushing Academy (Ashburnham, MA) and 1951 graduate of the College of William & Mary (Williamsburg), Dick was a greeting card publisher with his company, A-Line. A natural born salesman, Dick, with wife Cynthia, managed a number of LPGA and tennis tournaments as well as festivals, horse shows, air shows, handcar races, a basketball team (Harrisburg Horizon) and league (Eastern Basketball Alliance), the Keystone State Games, and the Big 33 Football Classic. Dick was a member of: All Saints Episcopal Church, serving as vestry member/ stewardship chairman; Perseverance Lodge #21, F&AM (Harrisburg); Zembo Shrine (Harrisburg); Hershey Shrine Club; past president of PA Crime Stoppers; and Sons of the American Revolution. Dick is survived by his loving wife of 45 years, Cynthia Sullivan Anzolut; four children, Richard “Rick” Anzolut, Jr. (Kim) of Avon, NC; Lauren McClure (Andy) of Harrisburg, PA; Gayle Anzolut of Wormleysburg, PA; and Joyce Coleburn (Billy) of Blackstone, VA; grandchildren Vince McClure of Harrisburg, Caroline Coleburn of Zion Crossroads, and Mary Katherine Coleburn of Blackstone. Memorial donations may be made to: All Saints Episcopal Church, 310 Elm Avenue, Hershey, PA 17033. Online condolences at:

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