Andrew John Hungerman III

Andy Hungerman, loving father and grandfather, caring husband and devoted community leader, passed away Tuesday morning. He had a diverse career in law enforcement, museums and public housing.
Andy was born in Pittsburgh, PA on February 19, 1941 to Kathryn and AJ Hungerman II. Andy grew up on the North Side and became a police officer in Allegheny County. After working at Carlow College, he became treasurer of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and later moved to VA to become VP of Operations for Colonial Williamsburg. After retiring from CW, he later became executive director of the Williamsburg Redevelopment & Housing Authority.
A man of faith, he felt blessed in life and loved being with and helping other people. Andy leaves behind his wife, three sons, two grandchildren and a legacy of kindness and service.
Andy's funeral will be at Crosswalk Community Church in Norge at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13th. His family will host a reception at the Triangle Building at 601 Prince George St. starting at 2:30.
Online condolences may be expressed at

Funeral Home

Bucktrout Funeral Service of Williamsburg
4124 Ironbound Road Williamsburg, VA 23188
(757) 229-3822

Published in Virginia Gazette from Oct. 12 to Nov. 11, 2012