Born on November 2, 1967.
Passed away on July 22, 2023.
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Rest in peace Andrew I will miss you!
Why did Andrew take an extra pair of socks when he played golf? In case he got a hole in one!
Love you my brother!!! Philip Dani
I met Andrew during one of the most difficult times of his life, I believe.
(the rest of Marnie’s message got cutoff, have contacted her about resending.)
Sorry to hear you left us early Andy. I’ll be telling your stories forever. We had some good times. You were a good friend and brother. Semper Fi Marine!
Fair winds and following seas Marine!
I met Andy in 1991 while in the Corps. We became fast friends, he was a nice guy and always willing to help. We would go on to attend airborne school and be stationed at camp Pendleton together. I have many fond memories of Andy and will always cherish our time together. SF marine
Andy was larger than life with a huge heart to match. I hadn’t seen him in many years, but I can still hear the sound of that laugh…he was truly one of a kind. Rest in peace, Andy.
I remember when we first met serving together in Long Beach CA with the Marine Corps. You were something else, a kind soul who just seemed happy. We became great friends, so young and full of, well IT or LIFE I suppose. Thank you for all those memories.
We eventually moved away and grew up, life sending us on separate paths. We spoke less and less as the years went on, but I never stopped thinking about you from time to time. I wish I had checked in on you more. I’ll have to live with that I suppose.
I just can’t believe you’re gone brother. I’ll miss you brother.
We have such good memories of Andy. He was part of our family when we lived in CA. Son Paul and he went to Marine Reserves together. One memory was his Capt Kirk outfit he made for Halloween and they gave out the candy to all the trick or treaters. He seemed to be able to fix anything mechanical even figuring out makeshift parts. We had a lot of fun with him. Sorry to hear he is gone. Love my memories of Andy. Lorna
I did not know Andy real well, more of an acquaintance at work, but I know his wife and family. I am just so very sorry to hear this. Andy was always happy, always smiling! A happy soul for sure. God bless his family during this time. My sincere condolences.
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