Alan Andruszkiewicz

June 4, 1930February 27, 2012

Andruszkiewicz, Alan Joseph, aged 81, of Grand Rapids and Plainfield Township, passed away on February 27, 2012. Alan was preceded in death by his brother; Roger Alan, father; Joseph Stanley, and mother; Grace Ida Olsen. Alan Worked at Herrud / Thornapple Valley for 47 years. Alan was a Sergeant in the Medical Company 126th Infantry 46th Division while serving in The National Guard for 8 years. He enjoyed taking care of his cars, homes, and cottage. His hobbies included fishing, Judo, gardening, ballroom and western style square dancing. Alan leaves behind his partner of 15 years; Sue Smith, cousins; Margaret Hunt and Sandy Weidfeller and many friends. Visitation will be held from 4-8pm on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 and from 4-7:30pm on Thursday March 1, 2012 at Reyers North Valley Chapel. The Funeral Service for Alan will begin at 7:30pm on Thursday evening immediately following visitation. Alan will be laid to rest at Fairplains Cemetery next to his Mother and Father.

For Those who wish, please consider a memorial contribution to Hospice of Michigan or Waldon Woods Retirement Village.


  • Visitation Wednesday, February 29, 2012
  • Visitation Thursday, March 1, 2012
  • Funeral Service Thursday, March 1, 2012

Alan Andruszkiewicz

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MaryJo Maleport

March 17, 2012

Sue & The Andruszkiewicz family,
We are truely sorry for your loss! I had the pleasure of helping take care of Alan over the past 7 months and he was such a caring man. He is sadly missed by all of us!
Waldon Woods 2nd Shift Caregivers

Gordon Skoboda

February 28, 2012

Rest in peace old neighbor

February 28, 2012

memories of days gone by will last forever lovingly remembered by your loving family Elizabeth, Christine, Jonathan and Ayden.

Bob Saenz

February 28, 2012

I know your life was anything but easy these past few years. May you now rest in the peace of eternal rest with the Lord.
My condolences to those who were close to you.
Bob Saenz