Andy is my cousin and he is such a funny guy. I cherish the time we spent together hanging out in our 20s. I enjoyed our conversations and especially liked when he would chuckle telling a funny story and he could certainly tell a funny story! God bless Andy, Uncle Jim, Aunt Connie, Alisa, Erin and Amy. We love you all.
Andy was our cousins fantasy football league organizer and he did a great job of it. I enjoyed playing against a different cousin each week. I think we all had a turn at being the champion of the league in different years. It will be so sad not to have Andy and Uncle Iven playing any more. They were both such good sports! Thank you Andy for all you did keeping us organized. May you find peace in the Fathers Mansion.
Andy was always so likable and friendly. He seemed to be so consistently even-keeled and ever polite. We have many fond memories of him through the years of family events, especially during his childhood And activities with our own children. The adversities of diabetes and kidney failure over the years were very unfortunate, but he never burdened others with complaints or personal laments. Andy will always be remembered as someone who enjoyed a good laugh and family visits. I will always remember the special day that Ina and I spent with Andy during a visit to Austin, Texas when he lived there and spent the day with us proudly showing us the city and explaining many of its unique sites and stories. We will miss our nephew Andy and forever treasure the times we had together.
I met Andy in 1991. We worked together at Dr Munchirs Incredible Pizza at Lancaster Mall. Many nights after closing down the restaurant he and I would go to the drive in theater near the mall. We drove to Tacoma together for the Guns N' Roses concert. He was a really great guy and I am sorry to see that he has passed.