Dear Pat, Amy and Polly,
Marty and I have thought of you many times and last night we promised to look up your address And this came up.
So sorry. We will keep trying to get in touch. We are still in Becket.
Paulette and Marty
Just learned of Jay's passing. Jay was a friend on the road in the 70's and a leader and a mentor in the 80's and 90's. I'll always cherish our times together in the industry. Not only did we do lots of business but we had lots of fun doing it.
Our thoughts are with you and your family.
Mike and Debby Roan,
Pat, Amy and Polly - I was attempting to search for Amy in hopes of reconnecting when I came upon Jay's obit today. I am so sorry for your loss. As children we all loved and revered him and he made us feel so special by letting us call him by his first name. Love to all of you from Tampa
Ursula emailed us the sad news about J(Big time).so many great memories(some we don't remember so well!)we will toast to him tonite and think of the BTCC days.keep strong, sam and bob
Nancy and I were so sorry to hear of Jay's passing.
I always enjoyed working with Jay and the good times we had at Health Tex. He will be missed.
Sincerely, Nancy and Fred Brown
Dearest Pat, Amy and Polly,
My deepest sympathies are with you all. I will always cherish the memories of the good times spent with Jay both professionally and personally. Mint Juleps and Derby Days will always be Jay Days.
Sincerely, Harvey Miller
I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved husband and my friend. My prayers go out to you and the girls and the your extended families. I considered myself extremely privileged to be part of the original eight of Jay's boys group at health tex and later at kleinertsI I learned a lot of lessons from Jay and glad I was able to reconnect and speak to him again last year .
Dear Pat and Family:
Rita and I were saddened to hear of Jay's passing. It seems like only yesterday we were all at the Carlucci's and Jay was his usual self, laughing and joking around. You both looked great and it was nice hearing about your retirement in Louisville. But, now he's in God's loving hands and we'll be remembering you both in our prayers. Fondly, the Magyars
Dear Pat, Amy and Polly,
I was saddened to hear about Jay. I think about you guys a lot, Chris saw the obituary in the Greenwich Time last week. Our condolences to your family, he will be sadly missed.
Chris ran into Howard Sodokoff the other day and happened to bring up Burning Tree and Jay and Amy and Larry, his son.
Dear Pat and family, our deepest condolences and prayers are with you. I just asked Marguerite about Jay, last week. We were saddened to hear the news.
We are so sorry to hear about your father. Our sincere condolences to you and your family. You are in our thoughts! Beth and Aaron Willis
Pat, Amy, Polly and family.
I'm sorry we can't be with you all at this time. We loved Jay and understood that his life wasn't exactly as he would have planned. He always seemed to rise above his health, all he wanted was to enjoy his family and friends, play golf, relax on a beach, have a good meal and a tall cocktail. He was a real southern gentleman. "JayBird" will be missed.
Love, Marguerite and Moe
Dear Pat, Amy and Polly,
We are so sad to learn that Jay has passed on. We will always cherish the fun we had together as couples and with our families. We have missed you all very much over these years but be assured you have all remained, and will continue to remain, in our hearts. We wish you all the very, very best and hope you will find some source of peace during this holy season.
All Our Love
Linda and Richie
Pat, Amy, Polly - Sending you our sincere condolences to you and your family. Jay was a great man and I personally have a lot of fond memories. He'll be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Jay was a great friend and mentor,talking to him always made my day a little better.Pat my sincere condlences to you and your family.Jay will always be in my heart
Jay was a great friend and valued mentor to the many people that knew and loved him. His wonderful personality always made everyone's day a little better. My sincere condolences to his family.
Dear Pat, Amy and Polly, our deepest condolences to you and yours. Jay was always so nice to allow Amy's friends to visit and share in family parties and holidays. We had such good times around the table or just hanging out in the kitchen at your house. May these holidays come with good memories and more laughs than tears. Jay would want it that way.
Much Love, Brooke & Kirk
Dear Pat...we shared a few very memorable times with you and Jay. We will always remember his jovial personality. Our condolences to you and your family. May he rest in peace. The D'Andrea Family
I lost track of Jay after Atherton, but ther was just something about him that you could tell that hhe was going to grow into a wonderful man, and from all I have heard, he did. My heart goes out to his family. He is at peace and out of pain, if that is any solace at all. God Bless him and his family.
Mrs. Andrews, Polly and Amy, my sincerest condolences to you and the extended family. Mr. Andrews was such a dynamic and generous gentleman. I miss you all dearly and hope we can reconnect soon.
Love, Lauren Yusi-Baron
I am very sorry for your family's loss. It was my pleasure to work with Mr. Andrews over the past several weeks and I am happy to have met such a nice gentleman. Sincere condolences, Pam Beury, (Physical Therapist)
Dear friend, memories of you willl be held in my heart. My deepest sympathies to your wife and Family.
Jay,, my friend,, may you rest in peace.
Tom Brammer Tampa, FL.
Jay and I spent many great times together even though he could always beat me playing golf. Condolences to Pat and the rest of his family.
Godspeed dear friend..............