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In loving memory of
Jon William David Andrews
  • October 16, 1986
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  • February 23, 2014

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Jon was born and raised in central Florida, he is survived by Daughters, Aubree, Kylee and Paige, Wife Jennifer Father Jonathan, Mother Sarah and 8 siblings.
He loved sports but his favorites were Baseball ( played in school) and fishing. Enjoyed being outdoors and spending time with family and friends. His greatest passion was being a DAD. He will be greatly missed.







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  1. 03 Mar 2014
    Lorraine & family says:
    Dear Jonathan/cousin, and family. Our heart-felt sincere condolences go to you all at this time across the water from Cornwall. This is the first time I have seen a picture of Jon, and he does look very much like you - remembering you back in St. Ives growing up. Our love and thoughts at this very sad time. Lx

  2. 01 Mar 2014
    aleshia says:
    Jon has been apart of my life for the better part of 20 years. I watched him grow from a skinny little rug-rat to the amazing man he became. we may not have been blood but he is my brother and i will miss that beautiful smile every day for the rest of my life. i love you little punky. RIP my friend

  3. 28 Feb 2014
    dad says:
    thanks to everyone who loved my boy love you jon

  4. 28 Feb 2014
    Daddy says:
    jon dady loves you so much you wil always be rememberd and in my heart your 3 wonderful girls will never forget you because dad wont let them rip

  5. 28 Feb 2014
    Greg says:
    Jon was one of the first people that I met when my family moved down to Florida. I considered him my BEST friend for too many reasons. We shared many good & bad times together. I will miss him dearly and wish that I had got to say good bye and have more time with him. I know that you will never get this but I also know that your up there... Somewhere... Watching over all of us. You were like a brother to me. This isn't goodbye its see you soon!!!

    Thoughts and prayers to you friends and family!

    Love you Man!

  6. 28 Feb 2014
    Sally (Cissy) says:
    Punky is my "little" brother who always stood a foot taller than me. He gave the greatest hugs and had the greatest laugh. I remember so many great things when we were little. I'm only 8 years older and we only had each other for a little while. My brother was the first to ever call me cissy and I hear him say it every day "hey cissy" and I say "hey" I miss you baby, I miss you so much. I love you and I always will.

  7. 28 Feb 2014
    Chelsea Barfield says:
    Jon was my older brother by 5 years. I've always called him my "brover" for as long as I can remember. His hugs always made me feel so safe and secure. Jon, Momma and Jen need you so much right now. We (your sisters) will look after your three daughters and make sure that they remember who their daddy was when they grow up. Please remember that I love you so very much. -Your Chessy

  8. 28 Feb 2014
    Tim says:
    Jon was one of a kind my cousin my friend and my brother his unt ok mely passing has shocked the familys and it is something we will never forget ..his spirit live on in his girls and i no on a personal level ill miss him a lot ....i no hes up there with the others weve lost having a laugh and living it up ....i love you jon and ill miss you ...see you on the other side....TIM

  9. 28 Feb 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    This is my brother Jon, and his three daughters.
    This is my brother Jon, and his three daughters.

  10. 27 Feb 2014
    nicki says:
    I am so sorry to hear about your recent loss. When we lose someone we love there are so many questions and difficult issues you will have to deal with. Therefore, I if you would like a Bible based tract entitled “Can the Dead Really Live Again?“ please contact the address above
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    28 Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life.

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    I truly hope that this information will be a comfort to you in the days ahead and that you will accept my sincere condolences.
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