John Brundage Andrews

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  • "Jack was quite a person, and will be long remembered by all..."
    - George Bolton
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John Brundage Andrews
Norwalk Resident
John “Jack” Brundage Andrews, 76, of Norwalk, passed away at Norwalk Hospital on Sunday, February 2, 2014. Born June 14, 1938 in Stamford Hospital, he was the son of the late Maxwell Irving Andrews and Ann Brundage Andrews.
Jack is survived by a son Duane Andrews and a daughter Ann Michelle Andrews. A son Matthew Andrews predeceased him. He is also survived by his sister Maxine “Bunny” Andrews Scott; his nephew John Andrews Scott of Rowayton; his niece Deirdre S. Luciani, her husband Frank Luciani and her daughter Samantha Santagata of Norwalk and his nephew David Maxwell Scott and his wife Ann Carey Scott and their children David Maxwell Scott Jr. and Judith Quinn Scott of San Diego.
He was predeceased by his brother in law Gerald R. Scott of Rowayton.
Jack attended Stamford schools, King School in Stamford and Boston College. He served in the Army during the Vietnam War. He was awarded the top sales man for Ingersoll Rand. He also worked with his father, who was the sales manager of the New York Coliseum. Jack was always a sales man right to the end. He will be remembered for his gift of gab, his generosity and his kindness. His family called him “Uncle Knowledge” because he had all the answers. He was truly a special person. Born on Flag Day and died on Groundhog Day.
The family wishes to thank all the people at Norwalk Hospital who gave him wonderful care and to Ashley Gublik of Money Follows People, his very special mentor.
Services are private. He will be buried in Stamford, in the family plot at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Norwalk's Hoyt-Cognetta Funeral Home & Crematory, 5 East Wall Street, has been entrusted with arrangements. Please visit for more information.
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Hoyt-Cognetta Funeral Home & Crematory
5 E Wall St
Norwalk, CT 06851
(203) 847-7291
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Published in The Hour on Mar. 23, 2014
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