Nathan Andrews

Nathan Andrews , age 34 of Hammond, left us in the arms of angels on May 18, 2014. Nathan was born on April 30, 1980, in Washburn, Wisconsin, the son of George “Bear” Andrews Sr. and Christi Lee (Schlewitz) Andrews. Nathan graduated from Andrews Christian Academy, class of 1998. He worked as a Network Technician at U.S. Bank, where he was a dedicated and trusted employee for 13 years. Nathan was united in marriage to the love of his life, Jamie Lee Bartel, on December 13, 2002, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Nathan was a beloved husband and father. He loved taking care of his girls and spending time with them. Spoiling his girls and seeing them smile was most rewarding. He also enjoyed gaming, playing Dofus with his wife and nephews, and he was very good at it. He was invaluable in his position(s) at U.S. Bank. Nathan was known for his joking nature, and if he ever answered your call with a pizza parlor greeting or “Ohlow“, you know he considered you to be special too.

Nate will remain in the hearts of his wife of 11 years, Jamie Andrews, his beautiful daughters Synthia Rose and Envy Nicole, his parents George “Bear” and Christi Andrews, his brothers George Jr. (Jennifer), Josh (Stacy), his sister Nikki (Shawn), his Father and Mother-in-Law Tim and Ruth Viellieu and his nieces and nephews Caleb, Ashley, Tyler, Danielle, Jordan, Aiyanna, Brandt, Amy and Libirty. He is proceeded in death by his grandparents Kenneth “Happy” Andrews, Cordula “Cora” Andrews, Mary Moravec and his brother Jason.

A Celebration of Life party will be held on Sunday, May 25, 2014, at 1:00 p.m., at Nathan, Jamie, Synthia and Envy Andrews’ home in Hammond, WI. At his request, memorials are preferred and can be mailed to his wife at 855 Marjorie Street, Hammond, WI 54015.

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