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Andrew E. Duncan

December 1, 1983 - September 24, 2018

Service Date: September 28, 2018

Andrew was a very friendly guy who everyone at work knew and liked! We all enjoyed working together, and he is dearly missed. We send our condolences to his family and friends.

-Sincerely, Belleville Memorial Hospital Pharmacy Department
October 9, 2018
So very sorry for the tragic loss of Andrew. The Bible gives much comforting hope, Revelation 21:4; tells us: “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.” For more comforting scriptures please visit: jw.org. The Bible and Bible based information found there has given me hope, strengthened my faith and helped me to find out why? I hope it will do the same for you.

-d mullins
September 28, 2018
He always had a smile and always brought a sense of realism! Gonna miss this guy... Praying for the family and friends

-Dimitri H
September 28, 2018
This is sad and tragic that you have left so soon. My deepest sympathies to the family and strength.

-Misty Mangan... Swic lounge crew
September 28, 2018
Andrew, you were loved by so many, and every time you walked into a room, you filled it with your generous and joyful spirit. Your life was cut short way too soon, and it's not fair. We will miss you.

-Nicole Mispagel (nee Glauber)
September 28, 2018
Evelyn - Please accept our sympathy regarding the passing of your son, Andrew. We are praying for peace and strength for you and your family.

-Jim & Sharon Strausbaugh & Family
September 27, 2018
I will always remember Andrews smile, because he always had it on. My sympathy to the Duncan family

-Jim O'Neill, Boy Scout Troop 22
September 27, 2018
Andrew was one of the best friends anyone could ever ask for or be blessed to have. One of the greatest things he ever did for me was to make me laugh anf I will spend the rest of my life missing the laughter we shared. I will miss you, my friend.

-Sarina Feuerbach
September 27, 2018
Andrew, I knew you as “Brother” in both Scouting’s Order of the Arrow and Freemasonry. You were a member of the team that conducted my Ordeal ceremony in 2002, and 14 years later you raised me to the degree of Master Mason. In between, we trod the Mannaseh grounds at Camp Joy many times. Those are vivid touch points in my memory – and will be especially more so now. Rest Brother, we have known you well indeed, and may it be your portion to hear from He, who sitteth as the judge supreme, the welcome words: “Well done, thou good and faithful servant.” Evelyn and Charlie, there are no words I could say to you that would be adequate enough for this moment, but please know that Liz and I are profoundly sorry for your loss. You will all be in our prayers and thoughts.

-Bill & Liz Tasso
September 27, 2018
We will remember Andrew. First as a friend that ran around our neighborhood with Joe Gilmore. Most of all in Troop 510 as one of the gang. We will remember his cheerful smile and warm heart. So sorry for a loss too soon.

-Mike and Cathy Murphy and Joe Gilmore
September 27, 2018
My deepest heartfelt sympathy to the family and friends of such a lovely young man. He will be missed by many.

-Faye Scott Tackett
September 27, 2018
Andrew, I’m sorry I cannot be there as I am traveling for work. It was my pleasure to know you through the Masons and Shriners. You will be deeply missed as you are an integral part of both. Your smile and your friendship will always be a great memory for me. I am proud to call you a brother. You will be remembered well! My deepest sympathy to the family and friends.

-Chris Rothweiler
September 26, 2018
Charlie, Condolences on the death of your son. I worked at Sears when you sold appliances, thoughts & prayers are with you and your family.

-Gary Stockley
September 26, 2018
Andrew, I will never forget the many years in Troop 510 with you growing up. You were always a funny and nice guy and still can remember your smile and laugh. You will be missed.

-Mike Schmitt
September 26, 2018
Duncan, I will forever miss your hugs, your smile, the way you laughed, the jokes you told, and the fun of hanging out with you and your girlfriend on Friday nights. You had such a big heart and cared for so many people. I'll never forget you! Rest in Peace my dear friend.

-Heather Jordan
September 25, 2018
Condolences May your light shine on in this realm as you explore the next Sending light and love.

-Anjanette B
September 25, 2018
Andrew It was my pleasure to have worked with you and to watch you grow into the man you had become. Not only funny but talented. You will be deeply missed

-Sam Callahan
September 25, 2018
Andrew you were a wonderful young man and I will never forget you. The world is a better place because of you and you will be missed.

-Martha Johnson
September 25, 2018
Good-bye, Duncan. You sill always be my favorite Kinder and Paradise duet partner. The world is a darker place. Good-bye. We'll miss you.

-Sandra
September 25, 2018
Duncan, you were like a brother to me. You always had a hug, a joke, and that warm smile waiting for us. I can't even begin to tell you how much you are missed already. The world doesn't seem right without you here. You were a constant in a crazy world of change. I'm so grateful for that last night we all had together; eating, drinking, laughing, and singing hobbit drinking songs. A toast to you my friend, you will always be in our hearts. Love you brother.

-Amber Jones
September 25, 2018
I will cherish your huge hugs, that I received every time I saw you. You're forever in my heart.

-Jan Dressel
September 25, 2018
Andrew, we became friends as Past Masters of our lodges and that friendship grew stronger in the Shrine. You will always be one of my favorite brothers and I will always miss your happiness and your smile.

-Greg Giedeman
September 25, 2018