Feb 25, 1921 – Oct 8, 2013 (Age 92)

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To the family of Mr. Andy Pafko. My sincere condolences to the family for the loss of your dear loved one. No words can express the pain that you're feeling at this time. But just know that Prayers are being said in your behalf. May the love of friends, family carry you through this day.-Romans 15:4.

My Dad loved Andy and had been to many events with him. He gave my Dad an autographed ball and my Dad gave it to my son. I was told what a great person he was and loved by many friends and family.

My first Milwaukee Brave hero - Andy


One of my all time favorites. We need more like him in the game today. Great man and great ballplayer. Thank you for all the happiness you created through your career. Now take your place where you belong upstairs. Blessings on your memory!

I idolized you as a player and a person. Since my dad died early, you were a wonderful example for my childhood development. Thank you.

I first met Andy when I was 8 years old. We both lived by Kelvyn Park. He quickly became my hero and idol. I kept in contact with him all of my life and I will never forget what a wonderful person he was. RIP Andy

Growing up in a small central Wis town in the 40's amd early 50's Andy was a "hero" of mine so to speak. Loved hearing of his exploits vis WIND radio and Burt Wilson. I remember him being referred to as the "Boy from Boyceville."


ANDREW's Obituary

Andrew (Andy) Pafko, 92 of Bridgman, formerly of Chicago, passed away on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at Woodland Terrace, Bridgman, Michigan. He was born February 25, 1921 in Boyceville, WI the son of the late Michael and Suzanne (nee Duran) Pafko. Andy, nicknamed "Handy Andy", was a...

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