Robert Browning Andersen, age 78, passed away early morning November 10, 2013 with his daughter by his side. He was born in Salt Lake City on August 30, 1935. Bob attended the University of Utah where he completed his Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 1957 and his Masters of Social Work in 1965. Bob devoted his life to helping troubled youth by participating in creating programs to build positive opportunities for teenagers who needed support. He worked for many years in the Utah Division of Corrections, most notably he served as the Director for the Utah Council on Criminal Justice Administration from 1969-1980. He later worked for the Utah Division of Corrections from 1980-1984. He established the Louise Browning Scholarship Foundation to help students at the University of Utah in the College of Social Work. When Bob moved to Tucson, Arizona in 1984 he worked as a Commodities Broker before he retired. He was a member of the Oro Valley Country Club, where he golfed daily and played cards. He had a passion for Jazz music from his time spent in New Orleans. He also loved classical music and was a lifelong audience member of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. He spent many hours driving his daughter across town so she could participate in her viola lessons and rehearse in the Tucson Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. He even took on piano lessons in his 50s to play along side his daughter. He was preceded in death by his parents; Lorenzo Andersen and his mother June Browning Andersen. He is survived by his daughter, Tracy Ann Andersen, her mother Linda Andersen and her son Richard Barrett and his close friend and companion Mary Karnos.