Andrew-Chapman-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Palmer Bush& Jensen Family Funeral Homes - Lansing Chapel

Andrew Chapman

Lansing, Michigan

Apr 14, 1969 – Jan 9, 2020 (Age 50)

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BORN
April 14, 1969
DIED
January 9, 2020
AGE
50
LOCATION
Lansing, Michigan

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Palmer Bush& Jensen Family Funeral Homes - Lansing Chapel Obituary

Age 50, passed away Thursday, January 9, 2020. Andrew was born April 14, 1969 in Lansing, Michigan, the son of the late John and Sheila (Smith) Chapman. Andy was a free-spirit who loved the outdoors and time spent with family and friends. He was known for his infectious laugh and warm-hearted sense of humor. Most of all Andy was known for his loyalty and love of family and friends! He was a proud father to Baylee; grandfather to Zander Elijah; step-father to Rory, Melissa and Kory; son to John and Sheila; brother to Patrick, Melvern, Michael, and Colleen. He spent numerous weekends fishing with brothers, nephews and friends. He loved times salmon fishing where he was known by the self-proclaimed name, The Salmonator! Andy will truly be missed by all who had the honor of knowing him. He was preceded in death by his beloved parents John and Sheila, brother, Patrick, and step-son, Rory. Surviving are his child, Baylee of Lansing, grandson Zander Elijah of Lansing, Step-daughter Melissa of Lansing; step-son Kory of Lansing; brothers Mel (Sandy) of St, Johns, Mike (Maria) of Mason; sister Colleen of Lansing; nieces/nephews, Kellie, Sean, Kally, Jakeace and Kris. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Make-A-Wish Foundation in his name. Friends may sign the online guestbook at www.palmerbush.com.

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My thoughts and prayers are with the Chapman family. My fondest memories of Andy are his sense of humor and a friend growing up from childhood. RIP drew

To the Chapman family I'm so sorry for your loss Andy was a good friend you all are in my thoughts and in my prayers

Grief can be so hard, but your special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.