Andrew Thomas Weiss

January 26, 1974November 6, 2020

Andrew Thomas Weiss was born on January 26, 1974 and passed away on November 6, 2020 in Mcdonough, Georgia and is under the care of Blake-Lamb Funeral Home.

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Brendan Cronin

November 28, 2020

Amy, and family,

I was so sorry to hear about your loss of Andy. Andy and I attended Fairfield Prep together. Not knowing anyone coming into Fairfield Prep, Andy was one of the 1st friends I met there. After Fairfield Prep, Andy and I both attended Mount Saint Mary's College together. After Andy left Mount Saint Mary's we didn't stay in touch. But it was really cool to connect with him on Facebook years later and still see him and Amy going strong with such a big family. I know while we were at Mount Saint Mary's he missed Amy a great deal.

Brendan Cronin

Lisa Griffin

November 22, 2020

I will never forget how kind and welcoming And y always was to all of us. It was so fun to be able to interact with you guys on such a personal level when our kids were dating. Andy always made us feel welcome and had the biggest and best smile. We will also miss him!

I do No that if his belief is as strong as his love is for his family he is with the Lord. That is where I find my peace for him.

Jessica Daponte

November 21, 2020

The love Amy & Andy shared always stood out to me. So enduring, so pure. 22 years of marriage and 7 children-- a modern marvel to be admired. My heart is with the entire family.

Tim Weiss

November 20, 2020

Dear Amy & Family:

We tried to post a poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson entitled "Success" but it's copyrighted and could not. So when things settle down and you have a minute please check it out. I have it pasted on the wall next to my PC. And, to his honor, Andy was a GREAT SUCCESS. RIP Andy, we love you and pray for us.

Aunt Kathleen & Uncle Tim

Patrick Walsh

November 20, 2020

So sorry the Walsh family couldn’t be there for you today, but glad we could at least watch the service. To Amy - our Anniversary twin - you are in our thoughts and prayers every day.

I will always remember Andy’s smile and laugh at work every day - hard to believe that was 20 years ago! I’ll never forget the day he came into work when he found out Amy was pregnant for the first time....he was so nervous, freaked out, and overjoyed all at the same time! LOL! Little did we know then that it would happen many more times! He was such a proud Dad to all of the kids, and his family truly was his reason for being. We love you all and will be there for anything you need.

Autumn Kane

November 20, 2020

Dear Weiss Family,

We have too many memories to count with Andy and your wonderful family. A couple truly stand out. We will always remember our front yard BBQ and playing badminton, it was truly a great day full of laughs and memories. It of course gave us the opportunity to vacation together. Our trip to the beach was full of memories that we will cherish forever. Nothing like waking up with Andy at your door with a giant plate of bacon. LOL. You guys are always in our hearts.

Clair Beaver

November 20, 2020

I met Amy when I was 17. Amy was my college roommate, and I adored her from the very beginning. Amy came with Andy, and they were a package deal. I have dozens of wonderful memories. After college, Amy and Andy moved to Tampa and I moved to Miami. My first Thanksgiving as an adult was spent with them. I was so amazed at how "adult" they were. Of course, when I had my first child, Amy came and stayed with me for a week to show me how to be a mother. Amy and Andy are the best parents.

Amy, I am so sorry for your loss, and there are not words. I am sending you and your children so much love.

Joan Bennett

November 20, 2020

Dearest Andy, I have the fondest memory of walking into your parents kitchen in Fairfield and always seeing your sweet innocent smile. You are what life is all about. Godspeed on your journey home.

P Joyce Tobin

November 18, 2020

I have warm memories of Andy growing up. His parents Ann and Tom are best friends and I spent many hours with their loving family. Andy was kind gentle always smiling and friendly. I remember when he fell in love with Amy. Marriage and a lovely family followed . He will be missed dearly, but always it our hearts

Dennis Long

November 18, 2020

Andy and I met in truck driving school in Dallas Texas. We became friends and eventually drove together across the USA. We spent many hours together. He was like an older brother except we didn't fight...:)
He has a wonderful family and I am deeply saddened at their loss. We will see you again dear brother.
Rest for now.

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