OBITUARY

Andrew James Driscoll

February 9, 1962April 30, 2019

Andrew James Driscoll, 57, of Orlando, Florida passed away on April 30, 2019 at his home. He was born on February 9, 1962 in Pueblo, Colorado to James "Jimmy" Driscoll and Janice (Fenwick) Driscoll. Andy was an electrical engineer with Lockheed-Martin. Andy enjoyed most anything that had to do with the outdoors; hunting, fishing, camping, you name it! He spent countless hours tinkering with things to make them work again. He is preceded in death by his father, Jimmy Driscoll. Survivors include his children, Jakob "Jake" (Connie) Driscoll and Dana (R.J.) Skellie; mother, Janice Driscoll; sisters, Becky Cafasso and Paula "DeDe" Loseke; two grandsons, Dillon Skellie and Devon Driscoll and a third grandson on the way. Arrangements entrusted to Baldwin-Fairchild Conway Chapel, 1413 S. Semoran Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32807.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, May 11, 2019

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AA G

May 9, 2019

I would like to send my condolences to the Driscoll Family. I went to school with both your father Andrew and your mother Renee, but I didn't know your father too well. I met her when she became the new girl at Parkview Elementary School, in Pueblo, Colorado. She sat next to me in Mrs. Carter's 4th grade class. We weren't close friends, but we did know each other as friends since that very first day that we met each other. I'm sure you will miss them for the rest of your lives, but rest assure that they are now together for eternity. May God Bless their souls forever. Rest in Peace Andrew and Renee.

Dee Dee Richardson

May 8, 2019

Dear Driscoll Family,

I am so sorry to hear of Andy's illness and passing. Andy and I went to school from middle school at Heaton thru graduation from East High. He was a very fun loving person with a beautiful spirit. I will always remember him fondly. My condolences.

Dee Dee Richardson

Joyce Carr

May 8, 2019

Dear Andy, I was so sad to hear of your passing. You and I were such great friends and work buddies inside/outside of Lockheed. Not a lot of people could fit with you and Mikes personality's but I did and glad. I remember your funny jokes and "Canadian and Mexican humor" sayings. You always made me laugh. I know you are reading this from another realm smiling and laughing and that makes me feel better. Remember "TigersRUs"? What fun that was and glad I made us all do it! How about the boat moving experience with Dana's truck? Whew, glad the bearings made it. I will always treasure our friendship my friend. You, Renee, relatives and pets are together once again with no pain. See you on the other side someday buddy.

Love and hugs,
Joyce and Bob

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