Andrew Zebrowitz

Sandy Springs, Georgia


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Family-Placed Death Notice ZEBROWITZ, Andrew ANDREW (ANDY) MORRIS ZEBROWITZ Andrew (Andy) Morris Zebrowitz, born July 27, 1979, passed away Sunday evening, February 14, 2010 at Emory University Hospital. He is survived by his mother Cyndy Newcomer, father Michael Zebrowitz, sister Robin...

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my dear kitten i miss you. but feel honored for knowing you the many years i did. oh and "nice volvo" xoxo andy

I realize that I am very late adding this entry, but I hadn't spoken to Andy in about a year and thought I would catch up with him only to discover the shocking news that he has passed away. I had no idea. I knew Andy very closely at one point in our lives and am crushed to hear this. I wish I could have gone to the funeral to pay my respects to a truly unique, amazing, fascinating person. My heart goes out to all family and friends.

I am greatly saddend to hear of Andrews passing. I did not know him in person or ever meet him but i frequented his website and enjoyed the music he played.
RIP Kitten and thankyou for everything.

Cyndy and Mike,
I only met Andy once but knew he was a special young man. I grieve with you on the lost of your son but I do believe that the gift he left behind will give you peace.
Glynis Wragg Burnham

Dear Mike and Cyndy,

The little I know of "Kitten" tells me he was a unique individual who brought joy to everyone he touched. You both did a great job.

Mike & Cyndy,
I am so sorry for your loss and I will hold your family in my prayers. I know no words can ever express my sympathy but I do hope that fond memories of Andrew will always fill your hearts.
Frederick Massey, Sr.

I am so saddened to hear of Andy's death and your loss.
Please know that I am thinking of you, Cyndy and Robin. You were of great comfort to me many years ago when I mourned the loss of my wife Barb. I shall pray that you will find peace and understanding soon.

Although everyone is unique, Andy defined it. All of us at Zenergize were saddened to see his young, handsome face in the obituaries.

May the grace of God give you peace in the coming days. I knew Andy through my son, Jimmy. He was funny and I loved being around him. I know that he didn't like to be a conformist, but he was a genius. He did fix my husband's computer when Jimmy couldn't. Not only was he a great writer, he could have been a radio or television announcer with that captivating voice.
Love and prayers to his family,
Pam Noble