header 1
header 2
header 3

In Memory

Andrew Harms

Andrew Harms

go to bottom 
  Post Comment

10/01/09 04:31 AM #1    

Douglas Martin

Didn't know him well but did remember him being a good guy. To say nothing of a life that touched you is wrong. We were all in it together and he will be missed by US!

12/27/09 10:17 PM #2    

Barbara Karcher (Saggese)

Andy, such a nice guy- sorry to hear of his passing at such a young age. My condolences to his family. Rest in peace, Andy and God bless you.

02/01/10 05:10 PM #3    

Nancy Marchwinski (Beck)

My memory isn't what it used to be (that's what age and health issues are prone to do), but my recollections of Andy go back to Kawameeh. He lived on a dead end street off Morris Avenue, not far from Holy Spirit.

If I'm remembering correctly, he was originally Andrew Lee, and I remember him was being very funny in Kawameeh. Didn't really run into him much in high school, but I'll those memories of him at a younger age have stayed with me.


Oh, these memorials are all so sad.


02/24/10 09:27 PM #4    

John Tavares

The class clown, that's how I remember Andy. We met as kids going to Livingston school and as Nancy already mentioned he lived on Balsam Way, that dead end road right beside the school. He is in two of my elementary school pictures that I posted on Facebook and yes he was Andrew Lee back then. Andy was just a good hearted guy. Obviously as you go through school you make new friends and everyone goes their own way. Yet any time I saw Andy either passing in the hall at UHS or around town, that same smile came out along with a friendly hello. If I see his name or picture here, I can't help but smile. Andy was just one of those good guys that left us too soon.

03/14/10 08:41 PM #5    

Michael Marcela

I too remember Andy going all the way back to elementary school. He was the class clown as somebody mentioned, but I remember that he was nice to me from elementary all through high school. Deep down, he was a nice guy. I am sad to hear of his passing.

04/02/10 02:29 PM #6    

Ron Mehringer

My favorite memory of Andy comes from an elementary school trip to an apple orchard. The orchard had a dog and it took to Andy right away. As we walked along Andy shared an apple with the dog, each taking bites in turn.

Sad to hear that he passed.

go to top 
  Post Comment