OBITUARY

Andrew B. Olsen

March 28, 1975September 9, 2021

Andrew B. Olsen passed away on September 9, 2021 due to Covid-19. He was born on March 28, 1975 to Anne Boleman and Bob Olsen.

Andy graduated from Lawrence North High School and received a BS degree from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

“O” will be remembered for his inquisitive nature, charm, humor and laugh. He made friends easily and bonded with those who loved music, especially those loyal to Phish.

Andy was predeceased in 2000 by his father. Anne would like to express her sincere appreciation to the dedicated staff who provided Andy’s medical care, for all of the support from the Offerpad team and to Leppert Mortuary.

Andy will be forever missed in the hearts of his extended family and many friends. In his memory, the family encourages those who are not vaccinated to do so.

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Kerry Lewis-Phipps

September 16, 2021

Andy and have known each other since middle school, we had some awesome times together attending concerts…..and sometimes just enjoying the life outside the concert. We lived across the street from each other after High School, amazing memories will never be forgotten. We had just recently spoke and it kills my heart to know that he is gone.

May your friends and family hold all those precious memories to get through this terrible time. You will always be remembered Andy and never forgotten.

Kerry Lewis-Phipps

Kimberly Riddle

September 16, 2021

I met Andy at IU and shared many great times with him. After we graduated Andy and I kept in touch and went to some art shows together. He was always kind and had that magnificent smile on his face. I know he loved hard and I will forever be thankful for his kindness that he always showed no matter how much time had passed. He was a great man with a big heart.

James and Jill Due

September 16, 2021

We lived a floor below Andy in Real Silk. While we did not know him long, he was a welcoming and thoughtful neighbor and person. His always enthusiastic and joyous manner touched our hearts and will remain a great memory. A life taken too soon.

Nora Campbell

September 16, 2021

I lived next door to Andy at Real Silk Condos for a number of years. He was a great neighbor and I always enjoyed our conversations. He was a real interesting guy who had yet to reach his potential and
left this world way too soon. My condolences to his family.

Kelly Johnson

September 16, 2021

I met Andy at IU and I remember all the fun parties he was at or just hanging out with him and other friends. He was good friends with my friends and it just breaks my heart to know he has gone way too soon. My heart hurts for his friends and family. He will be missed.

Julie Staley

September 16, 2021

On February 27th 2020 we chatted through messenger. Talking our bulldogs age and weight and Hoosier basketball. I said “Hey want to meet up this weekend?” Andrew’s response…”That is a bit to quick for my taste.” We texted daily from then on and we made a date for 3/12/2020 I pulled up to your condo to pick up you and Bowie and we went to Metazoa Brewery. Your handsome stoic presence was comforting because I could feel you, your life and pain. I saw the authentic you and this made for a very engaging conversation. Two weeks would pass before we saw each-other again due to covid shutting things down. We talked daily and I remember the moment realizing not only was our energy for each other strong, comforting and inspiring. I realized we were both Aries. I say “Your birthday is March 28th right? You’re and Aries too?! Lol no wonder there is so much fire between us.” We laughed. On March 21st 2020 you texted “whatcha doin mama?” I was packing my home to move. Taking down pallet walls. I still have picture from that day. You send me a song and tell me to listen. It was “Shade by Phish” I put in my earbuds and turn it up. I could feel you speak to me through this song. The next text was “What do you think?” I said something like “Wow, that was beautiful I feel that about you.” Your response “The feeling is mutual.” We met again that evening for dinner and our love just continued to grow and develop naturally. We greatly respect each other. Especially, in our personal growth. We always encourage each-other when we are low. In our highs we soar together. We have experienced together the most beautiful love and full year and a half packed of experience and growth. I am not sure how to navigate life without you Andrew. I am so blessed you chose me. You chose me as your forever. I am blessed to be loved by you. Because love never dies. As I grow and figure out life without you physically by my side…know my love, you gave me the greatest love story and it has no ending.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY