August 6, 1976 – October 8, 2021
Andrew Paul Daignault 45, of Durham passed away unexpectedly at his residence on Friday October 08, 2021. Andy was born August 6, 1976 in Portland. Andy graduated from Edward Little high school in 1995.
He worked at Bath Iron Works for 10 years before moving on to truck driving for Original Pizza. In his spare time Andy had a love for weightlifting and even competed. He also loved hunting.
Andy was known for his sense of humor and huge heart and his ability to talk with and make friends with anyone he came in contact with. He leaves behind many friends and family members that will truly miss him. There are too many to list.
He is survived by his son Tyler Daignault, parents Patricia and Daniel Daignault and brother Simon Daignault. There will be a celebration of Andrews life Friday, October 15 from 4-8pm at The Fortin Group Lewiston, 70 Horton St. Lewiston, ME with a private interment at Pine Grove Cemetery in Poland ME.
A Celebration of Life
Friday, October 15, 2021
October 14, 2021
Andy was my bestfriend I looked forward coming home from work or school and seeing you sitting in your chair with your kitty Tips or talking to you while you wash your car or when you would cooked dinner on the grill outside. Or prank me.I just sit around thinking about you. I miss you and love you so much. I think about you everyday.
October 13, 2021
Andy, I hope you are weighting lifting and Sharing your laugh with all those you meet on the other side… I knew our paths would cross again just not this way… you will always hold a special place in my heart.. I will never let go of the memories or the countless times you made me smile. Fly high. Until we Meet again….
October 13, 2021
Years have passed since I’ve seen you but all those young memories are still pretty vivid! I can still hear that laugh like it was yesterday and you will always hold a special place in our lives!
Surround your family and friends with your love from above!
October 12, 2021
Andy, how do I explain Andy? He was funny, sweet, kind, witty, a joke filled prankster and extremely good hearted. He was a friend, brother, son and father. I've known Andy for over 10 years. He is my husband's best friend since childhood. He was the best man in our wedding 6 years ago. My kids thought he was great fun when we would walk the dogs and go "turtle hunting" - he found it so amusing that we had gopher tortoises in our not yet built out neighborhood. We've been to New Orleans & Biloxi together. We've spent New Year's, Birthdays, Halloweens together and he was an amazing helper when we moved. He is very loved and will be very much missed!
RIP Andy, you deserve the world. Enjoy turtle hunting in the sky my friend.
Rest free! We love you!
October 12, 2021
What a blessing you were to our family. With the time that we spent with you,you always showed yourself to be genuine, humble, respectful and certainly a good guy. You loved with your whole heart and the way you adored Billie, Dustin and Hunter was commendable. You taught those boys what it looked like to be a man within those four walls. They will miss you, we will miss the smiles that you brought to their faces! I’ll sure do my best to keep Mum on her best, as I know you would have expected nothing less. She loved you, they loved you, which made it easy for us to love you. You humor and your jokes will always be remembered !!!
October 11, 2021
I'm glad I got to meet you in high school and stayed friends , then friends turned into a relationship. I couldn't have been more happier then being with you . You complete my life . I love you more than you will ever know and that will never change. We will be together again . Until we meet again my best friend my sole mate and the love i have been waiting for ... so until we meet again you will remain in my heart forever. Love you andy (BABE)...