Alexander Funeral Home-West Chapel

2100 West Illinois Street, Evansville, IN


Andrew G. Deig

25 mayo , 19787 julio , 2020

Andrew G. Deig, 42, of Mt. Vernon, IN passed away Tuesday, July 7, 2020. He was born on May 25, 1978.

He was employed by Empire Contractors Inc. and was a member of the Iron workers Local Union #103 for 24 years. Andrew enjoyed boating, the outdoors and was an avid Ohio State fan. Andy also loved being surrounded by family and friends.

Andrew is survived by his wife, Amy of 16 years; daughters, Baylee and Sydney Deig; step-son, Seth Goebel; father and step-mother, Dennis and Kathy Deig; mother and step-father, Pattie and Norm Ebert; sister, Kate Wilson and Fiancé Bill; he was a beloved cousin, nephew, and “funcle”.

A visitation will be held 3-7 p.m. on Monday, July 13, 2020 at Alexander West Chapel with a private service to follow officiated by Chris Binkley. Masks are encouraged.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Old National Bank for the Andrew Deig Memorial Fund for his children’s education.

Condolences may be offered at www.AlexanderWestChapel.com.


Servicios previos:

  • Visitation at Alexander West Chapel

    lunes, 13 julio , 2020


  • A private service will be held


Andrew G. Deig


Brett Walker

13 julio , 2020

My deepest sympathy to Andy's whole family. I first met Andy when he was a first year aporentice and I was his foreman, sheeting at AK steel. For over a year we had fun. I don't know a Deig that's not first class and we all will miss him and I'm sincerly sorry. 'Shiner'

Bryan Mans

12 julio , 2020

Andy was a great friend. I loved his positive attitude. We worked on many jobs together. He treated me with great respect. My heart and prayers go out to Amy and family.
Andy you will be missed.
Bryan Mans

Bo Baughn

11 julio , 2020

I remember 2 little blonde headed boys , named Mac and Andy, about 3-4 yrs. old, all set to fishing with their Dads, Little Fisher Price tackle box and rod in hand.
When they came back one was soaking wet pretty much head to toe. Seems one pushed the other in the lake. By the time they got home they were buddies again. And buddies they were.
I can just see those 2 up in heaven and they have GONE FISH'N !

To ALL the Family,
Our hearts hurts for you with great sadness Andy had touched our whole family in one way or another. We are thinking of you! We send you love and prayers, and deepest, deepest sympathy
Bonnie & Larry Baughn

Melissa Oeth

11 julio , 2020

My heart is with each of you during this time. I will always cherish the laughter and memories Andy brought to me and my family. You will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.

Love always,

Ananda Retter (Kay)

10 julio , 2020

Most of my childhood memories include Andy. I loved our summers of riding bikes and playing flashlight tag. He had an infectious laugh and was a great person. My prayers are with his family and children.

Tami Floyd

10 julio , 2020

My deepest sympathy for the loss of your loved one, may God give bless you and give you strength through the difficult time ahead


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