Andrew Thomas May

Taylorsville, Utah

1976 - 2019


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Andrew T. May1976 ~ 2019Andrew Thomas May, having been born of goodly parents, shuffled off his mortal coil, rounded the bases for the last time to return home after a courageous and valiant battle with cancer. He was a son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin, best friend, and he relished in playing...

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I have very fond memories of Andy at West Jordan High in 1st period yearbook. He made me laugh every single day and was a kind and caring person. He was also an extraordinary SBO president. I'm so sorry for your loss. My condolences go to your family, in particular to to Alex.

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Andy. There are no words that can express enough, the sorrow we feel. As the days and weeks pass, may you have peace to bring you comfort, may you have the courage to face the days ahead and a tomorrow that will be a gentler place than today.

With heavy hearts and much love
Matt and Dawn Binyon

I was so lucky to have met Andy through Loreli and The Puck. He was always so nice to me and I always loved our baseball or football conversations. He will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace brother!

God encourages us to comfort those who mourn. I am so sorry for the family's loss. You may find a measure of comfort through prayer and God's loving words found at John 6:40.

So Sorry for you lost

Andy was like a brother to me. I will miss his smile, his friendship, his hugs, I will miss everything about him. He was magnetic, he was impossible not to love. My heart is broken for his family and everyone who had the pleasure of loving this human! Rest easy Andy, until we meet again...

We are sad to hear of Andy's passing away. We have many fond memories of Andy with our family. Our kids loved Andy and all the fun we had together. Andy was always willing to help others and He will be missed.

Kevin and Natalie Wright

Thank you for all the laughs, talks and hugs! xoxo

I will always cherish the times I had playing softball with Andy and talking music and sports at the puck with him RIP Andy