Andrew Robert Cassidy

March 8, 1935February 19, 2021

Andrew Robert Cassidy passed away on February 19 after many years of struggling with lung disease. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Jean, his sons, Andrew Robert Jr. and Kevin, daughter,Lauren, grandchildren, Dylan, Andrew Robert III, Samantha, Megan, Kyrsten and Lucy, and sister,Carole, who loved and adored him. His family was his everything, what he cherished. He was always loving, giving and involved. He spent most of his career as an administrator in the Comsewogue School District. He truly enjoyed his students and staff and served his tenure with professionalism and humor. He was admired by all. Andrew (Andy, Bob) was born and raised in Greenport, NY and has resided in Port Jefferson for the past 55 years.


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Paul Wirkus

February 23, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Andy's passing. I had the pleasure of working with Andy in Comsewogue for many years. As an assistant principal, a principal and an administrator, I always knew that I could count on his support. He was great with staff, students and parents. I truly enjoyed his incredible sense of humor. He always made me laugh and put me at ease. I will always remember "Andy Bob" as a wonderful person and a fine educator. I send my most sincere condolences to the Cassidy family.

Donna and Bob Verbesey

February 22, 2021

We’ve known Bob for 20 years. The thing we must remember about him is his infectious sense of humor and quick wit. The cruise on the Rhine River we took in 2012 with Bob and Jean was an experience we will always remember fondly.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Jean and her family.


February 22, 2021

We extend our sympathy to the Cassidy Family. Bob always had a smile and joke available to all who came in contact with him. He will be missed by many.

John and Rosetta Barry
Dennisport, MA
Venice, FL

Marge Ortiz

February 21, 2021

Andy was an exceptional gentleman, adored by so many and respected by all. His love of life and innate sense of humor always made his presence a pleasure among all who knew him. As a School Principal, he was revered by his teaching staff and students alike for his genuine concern. I will miss him greatly as a member of his staff and mostly as a dear friend. I'm sure he is already in heaven regaling his friends once more, while he is missed on earth enormously.