Bran­don M. An­drews

The Dundalk Eagle - - NEWS -

It it with great sad­ness that the fam­ily of Bran­don Michael An­drews an­nounce his un­ex­pected pass­ing on Septem­ber 14, 2018. Born June 28, 1981, he is pre­ceded in death by his mother, Denise An­drews; and sur­vived by his fa­ther, Charles (Andy) An­drews; step­mother, Sharon; sis­ter, Kelly; brother, Adam; aunts: Karen, Stacy, Janet; and un­cles, Barry and Jim. Bran­don was a de­voted un­cle to his nieces: Wil­low, Win­ter, Delilah; and nephew, Spar­tan. He is also sur­vived by a daugh­ter, Trin­ity An­drews.

Bran­don was full of life and a jack of all trades. He re­ceived his As­so­ciates De­gree in culi­nary arts and was work­ing on his Bach­e­lor’s de­gree in nurs­ing. He re­cently re­ceived a per­fect at­ten­dance award and made the Dean’s and Pres­i­dent’s lists with a 4.0 GPA at Bright­wood Col­lege. Bran­don thor­oughly en­joyed cook­ing, mak­ing art projects, fish­ing, crab­bing and gar­den­ing with his nieces and nephew. Bran­don was known as the Bald Bull of Bal­ti­more and en­joyed cro­chet­ing, which he learned from his Busha (grand­mother, Geral­dine Karwacki). His love of cook­ing came from his big­gest role model, his beloved Jaju (grand­fa­ther, Michael Karwacki).

Bran­don was loved by many and will be re­mem­bered fondly as he touched many lives in his 37 years. Bran­don was laid to rest on Oc­to­ber 27, 2018, along­side his mother, Denise, at Oak Lawn Ceme­tery.


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