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Kurt Andreas

December 16, 1948January 9, 2021

Kurt Andreas was born on December 16, 1948 and passed away on January 9, 2021 and is under the care of Werst & LaBella Funeral Home.

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Pete Andreas

January 15, 2021

Kurt Andreas was born December 16, 1948 in Brooklyn New York. At the age of eleven he moved with his family to Glendale where he remained a resident and developed many life long friendships. He graduated from Richmond Hill High School in 1966, and served in the US Navy aboard the USS Canopus, home ported in Loch Ness, Scotland.
Upon honorable discharge he pursued a career with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey as a police officer, rising to the rank of Detective Sergeant and retired after twenty five years of service.
A devoted husband and father, Kurt was an active member of his community and church. He also enjoyed weekly rounds of golf with friends, practiced the martial art of Tai Kwon Do and made many fishing trips to the Adirondack Mountains. He will be remembered by all that knew him for his willing nature, sharp wit and humor.
He is preceded in death by his parents and his only son. Kurt is survived by his wife Deborah and brother Peter Andreas. may he Rest in Peace.

Theresa Day-Golat

January 14, 2021

Kurt was one of a kind. We worked in the WTC together for many years. Always enjoyed our coffee breaks on the concourse. Thankfully we kept in touch throughout the years. My dear friend, I will miss our lively chats and serious discussions...
One of the good guys...always a gentleman.
Rest in the sweetest peace with your beloved son Kurt Paul.

Donald F. Delano

January 13, 2021

I had the honor and pleasure of working with Kurt on the PAPD. He was a great guy - an easy going and gentle man who went out of his way to help anyone in need. He was always approachable, friendly and professional. This is another great loss for the job and may he rest in peace. He left his mark with his friends.