Andrew Koji

Passed away on January 27, 2019

Keke’s shareholders should brace for a drop in stock values. Andrew Koji, beloved by family and friends, took his business to a higher realm on January 27, 2019. As a career enlisted man in the U.S. Army, Andy helped bring about an end to the Cold War. Once the Berlin wall came down, and considering his work mostly complete, except for the details that even an officer could handle, Andy turned his efforts to an even greater challenge. Taming the students and teachers at Westside Elementary school as it’s head custodian. After nearly 2 decades at the school, Andy had to admit defeat in his efforts to make any sense of the youth today. Yeah buddy! Andy instead chose to retire in 2009 after noticing an opportunity to take on an easier foe. The poker playing retirees at The Lakes of Melbourne. As if his passing, Andy was said to have told everyone except his wife, that he had amassed winnings in the tens, if not hundreds of dollars. To his wife, he simply told her that he broke even. Looking back through the years, everyone privileged to know Andy, came out well ahead. A celebration of his life will be held at The Lakes of Melbourne’s Clubhouse on Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 1:00 - 3:30 p.m.


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Susan Callahan Alfano

February 9, 2019

I will remember the last time I saw you. It was at one of Marian's sons weddings. You were the life of the party! I remember you dancing all over & really having a great time, you were dancing with everyone . When you grow up in families like ours !! there are so many memories!! all the good times ! the love we all had the honor to grow up with such great loving families!!!! Most of all knowing we were all related to the finest Men & Woman any family could ever ask for!!! I Love you Andy known to me as Junior & I will miss you !! I also know that you are now reunited with all those who have gone before us!!! Plus I also would like to add ! Thank You So Much For Your Service & For All You Did For Our Country!!! My Deepest & Sincere Sympathy To Mary Ann & Your Children!!!!! Continue To R.I.P. Junior!!! Gone But In Our Hearts Forever!!!! Love your cousin Susan!!!!