John Anderson, Jr.

John Anderson, Jr. first started at Fermilab in 1980 as an interlock technician. He left in 1986 to finish his degree before returning in 1989. He spent the next 30 years at the lab, working as an interlock engineer and group leader, an ES&H department head and senior safety officer in the Accelerator Division, an associate head in the Office of the Chief Safety Officer, and a PIP-II project ES&H manager. He also played a key role in the construction of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey telescope. In 2016, he received the DOE Accelerator Safety Program Lifetime Achievement Award. He retired in 2022.

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John Anderson, Jr. in 2010