Andrew Frederick Frost
August 2, 1985 – April 25, 2021
On Sunday, April 25, 2021 Andrew Frederick Frost passed away at the age of 35 in East Lansing, MI. He was born on August 02, 1985 in Mansfield, Ohio. As a toddler, he moved to East Lansing with his parents where he lived until he died. Andrew died of complications from an inherited disease that he struggled to control for too many years in his short life. Andrew attended East Lansing High school then embarked on a journey of self-education. This led to many years of skillfully and happily cooking in area restaurants, most recently Reno's, where he learned how to create good food using as many pans as possible. Andrew was a loving son, a kind and generous friend, a firm and loving cat parent. He enjoyed his free time reading, gaming, spending time with friends and watching movies of all kinds.
Andrew is survived by Susan and Michael Perry, his mother and stepfather in East Lansing, MI. Andrew is fondly remembered as a smiling young man proudly walking his mom down the aisle to marry Mike. He will be greatly missed by his grandmother Roberta Piatkowski, aunt Linda Stewart-Piatkowski, uncle Michael and aunt Aimee Piatkowski, and aunt Lora Piatkowski, and cousins Breanna Piatkowski, Meradith Morina, and Bella Morina. Andrew is also survived by and will be dearly missed by his aunt and uncle, Diane and Fred Goers. Finally, Andrew is survived by his spirited cats, Gilbert and Arnie Frost. Andrew Frost is preceded in death by his father Frederick Frost, his grandfather Stanley Piatkowski, and his cousin Melissa Stewart.
The family plans to host a memorial on or near Andrew's birthdate for friends and family to gather and share memories. Please send contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be notified.
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Andrew Frederick Frost
May 7, 2021
I am so sad to hear about Andrew's passing. I worked with him for 2 years in East Lansing and I can only smile when I reminisce on our time together. I remember his tight hugs and thoughtfulness, which caught me by surprise. Andrew had a very sweet heart and I consider myself lucky to have gotten to know him. My thoughts are with his family and loved ones.