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November 17, 2018

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December 29, 2017
Gaye , Doug, and Hayden
Bernice and I are so sorry for your loss and our loss also. Andy was such kind, considerate, loving husband, father, grandfather and friend to us all. He will truly be missed but his legacy will live on in
the fond memories he has left us to cherish for the rest of our lives.
Geoff and Bernice Burgess, Downingtown, Pa
December 26, 2017
Andy was President of the Hunters Run Homeowners Association when I served as his secretary. A finer man you will not know; he handled all problems with great knowledge and was an enormous asset to our wonderful community. Thank Goodness for his service, AND his friendship.

My thoughts are with Gaye and his family. He was a real caretaker for them all.

Mimi O'Malley, Hunters Run Homeowner
December 17, 2017
I met Andy and had many interactions with him at Parent Pick Up. How many days his smiling face would come through the door, the delight of picking up his grandson was never hidden. Many times we would share the joy of throwing a ball or a frisbee around with our grandchildren, before loading up and heading home. He was a man I very much admired and cannot imagine the loss to his family, please know you are in the thoughts and prayers of many, many who will also miss their little part of knowing such a good man.
December 15, 2017
Went to school with Andy remember him most in grade school thought he was the best looking of all the boys in our class. Sorry for your loss