Brett and Kevin, So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers from me and my family.
to the Colton family,
my wife & i would like to extend our depest simpity on the passing of Andy. He was a really great guy and I will miss his early morning hello's while getting his mail.
I first met Andy when i was building our house a few years back, i would be working away & then turn around and there Andy would be sitting on his little foldout canvas stool whatching without saying a word. then after about a half hour or so i would turn around to say something to Andy & he would be halfway across the yard heading back home. I would holler,"stop back anytime, i enjoyed your company" and i would get a good chuckle from him in reply...I would help him do little things like bring him in some coal, shovel his driveway after a snow or change the batteries in his smoke alarms, but he would never call me to ask for something, i just felt like that was the least i could do for my neighbor. he had shared some stories of his life with me, especially about his family whome he talked highly about. he really love all of you guys. Please, if there is anything we can do to help dont' be afiad to stop by our house, i would love to meet you. i can't help thinking of Andy right now. for only knowing him for a short 6yrs i will have many fond memeries.
with our greatest sympity,
David & Lisa Badger
111 Harnish Ln.
Bellefonte, PA. 16823