Norman A. Andrews
09/01/1961 - 05/21/2021
Obituary For Norman A. Andrews
Norman A. Andrews age 59 of Fairfield passed away Friday May 21, 2021 after a long battle with cancer. He was born September 1, 1961 in Hamilton, Ohio. Mr. Andrews was President of Southern Ohio Machining and was fond of caring for his home and property. He was a kind and caring man who dearly loved his family. Mr. Andrews was an avid bowler and also enjoyed fishing. He is survived by his parents Norman and Carol Andrews; his wife Janet (Monnin) Andrews; one son Jacob Andrews, and one granddaughter Emma Andrews. Visitation 5-7 PM Tuesday May 25, 2021 at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt. 4, Fairfield. www.websterfuneralhomes.com
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Loved my conversations with Alan at Gilmore! We'd talk about his mom every time he'd come in. And he'd always share pictures of that Grandbaby. He always had words of encouragement for my boys. And I know they'll both miss him. Especially Dylan. He'd always make me smile! And will greatly be missed.
Saints of God, come to hisaid! Come to meet him, angels of the Lord! Receive his soul and present him to God the Most High. the Bible says. He fought the fight...he ran the race he kept the faith... Janet , Alan's love for you will last the rest of your lifetime. He stayed as long as he possibly could. He will be closer than ever; you will carry him in your heart. To all of Alan's family it was obvious how much he loved you as well.
Alan walked into Gilmore Lanes one day with a friend named Matt to open bowl... As we continued to talk, Alan and Matt decided to join a league and the rest is history... He became a very enthuastic customer, and bowled league 3 nights a week at Gilmore Lanes... His Mother Carol bowled on a league with him.. You could tell the tme they spent together was very special... ❤ Alan was always a very easy going guy ...RIP, We will always miss you... ❤
Alan started working for me about 10 years ago. it didn't take long to move Alan into a supervisory position. after a couple years i had him running the company for me. He ran it until I sold it at the end of 2020. I considered Alan a true friend, we would talk hours about family and bowling. he will be deeply missed. - David L. Rechtin
Alan was a great friend, a terrific employee, and the most positive person I've ever known. He will be missed at Southern Ohio Manufacturing and I'm forever grateful that I got to know him. David Uible
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