“How very sorry I am that I missed the death of Andy. Jean, you have two deaths in your family in such a short time. Please count on my extra special prayers for you and all of the family.
“To the Smith Family,
We just loved Mr Smith. My husband went to school with Andy, We lived next door to the funeral home on Dakota and had great memories of "Mr Mith" as one of our sons called him. He will always we special in our hearts and may he rest in peace and God comfort his family. The McGill Family.
“To the Smith Family, it saddens me to hear a good man has passed. I was a little boy when I first meet Mr. Smith. We lived next door to his funeral home. I can recall to this day playing in the parking lot and talking to Mr. Smith.
He was a great person. He will be missed.
“Dear Jackie, I don't know if you remember me but we taught CCD at Nativity together many years ago. I was sorry to read of Andy's death in the paper. I have such good memories of both of you... I learned so much from you. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Warmest regards, Kris
“Jackie and all the family - so sorry for the loss of your husband and father. He always had a "happy face". About six weeks ago at Mass at Nativity, he told me he had come back to the church! You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love to all.
The Burlingame Family
The Burlingame Family
“Dear Jennifer and Corey,
We've heard many enriching stories of your Dad over the years. We also had the pleasure of meeting him when we attended a dinner almost unannounced. The spaetzel was tasty and the acceptance and generosity was warm and gracious. It was easy to see how all those wonderful stories could be real. We send our heartfelt condolences to you and the entire family.
Vincent Valvo and Deborah Cantor
“Dear Aunt Jackie and family, will miss Uncle Andy terribly, always quick with a joke and always trying to brighten someones day. A good man all the way around, I regret not being able to come the services, you all and he will always be with me
“The Lions Family of District 20-N sends our sincere sympathy to the Family of Andrew Nolan Smith
“Scrolling through these messages, and seeing so many people yesterday shows how popular my grandpa really was. I am one of the luckiest people in the world to have been apart of Mr. Andy Smith's life. I will always remember him as a man who put everyone else before himself, and that is a lesson all 8 of his children have taken on. Papa was known for filling a room full of laughter and love, and that was will something none of us will ever forget.
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Andrew Nolan's Obituary
SMITH - Andrew Nolan March 3, 2014, passed away peacefully at his home, surrounded by his loving family, beloved husband of 58 years to Jacqueline L. (Ryan); dearest father of Andrew C. (Aura Pisquiy-Coti) of Guatemala, Patricia L. (Dale B. Demyanick), Jennifer A. (Corey J.) Hogan, Sally J....Read More