OBITUARY

Andrew "Andy" Wiesmann

June 5, 1934December 2, 2018
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Andrew M. Wiesmann, Andy, born June 5, 1934 in Queens, New York, left this world on December 2, 2018 in Riverside, California.

He is survived by his loving wife, Cheryl and two stepchildren, Melissa Messner (Bill) and Brent Mitchell (Kelly). He leaves behind four children, Andy, Robert, Joel Wiesmann and Holly Lacy (Gary). His eight grandchildren, Will and Brenna Messner, Aiden and Ainsley Mitchell, AJ and Sabrina Wiesmann, and Jacob and Jeremy Lacy will miss him dearly.

He enjoyed traveling, the beach, going to the gym, performing magic and hitting the slots in Vegas. Andy was an amazing husband, father, stepfather, grandfather, uncle, brother, son and friend. His wife would like to thank the special nurses at Extended Care Hospital of Riverside and Calm Care Hospice for their gentle care of Andy.

A Celebration of Andy's Life will take place at 10 AM on Monday, December 17, 2018 at Acheson & Graham Garden of Prayer Mortuary, 7944 Magnolia Avenue, Riverside, California 92504

Andy is survived by his wife, Cheryl Wiesmann; stepson Brent Mitchell; stepdaughter Melissa Messner; son Andrew Wiesmann; son Robert Wiesmann; son Joel Wiesmann; and daughter Holly Lacy; sister Mary Ann Kaletka. Andy leaves to cherish his memory eight grandchildren.

Private interment will be held at a later date.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.AchesonandGraham.com for the Wiesmann family.

  • FAMILY

  • Cheryl Wiesmann, Wife
  • Brent Mitchell, Step son
  • Melissa Messner, Step daughter
  • Andrew Wiesmann, Son
  • Robert Wiesmann, Son
  • Joel Wiesmann, Son
  • Holly Lacy, Daughter
  • Mary Ann Kaletka, Sister
  • Mr. Wiesmann also leaves to cherish his memory eight grandchildren.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Memorial Service Monday, December 17, 2018
  • Reception Monday, December 17, 2018
REMEMBERING

Andrew "Andy" Wiesmann

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Colleen Webster

December 16, 2018

The most caring loving man I will ever know. I can't believe my Uncle Andrew is gone. Yet when he was in his last days of life, I prayed for God to take him because of the pain he had to endure. I've known him all my live. He walked me down the aisle when I was married. My childhood was filled with his face and the faces of his children Bobby,Andy Joel and Holly. I know Uncle Andrew had a very tough childhood. I know of many stories about him from my Mother. One of them being swallowing down a worm on a dare. Then my mother taking him and putting him in the tub and scrubbing him. My mother was like a little mother to him. Life without him in this world is going to be sad. But, the memories will never leave. I will miss his laughter, yet I can still hear it. I will miss those twinkling dancing eyes greeting me with a smile and a hug saying " How are you doing kid?" I and all of us will miss him but, Will see him when it is our turn to go home. God Bless you Uncle Andrew! I love you Eternally....Colleen

Colleen Webster

December 16, 2018

The most caring man I will ever know. Loving heart. Loved his children so much and his sister my mother Mary. I have known my Uncle Andrew my whole life. I wish I could have seen him one last time. I am assured I will see him and be with him again. I also believe he has heard my prayers. He had a really tough childhood. I've grown up with stories from my Mother of certain points in his life. Like the story of him eating a worm on a dare as a kid and my mother scrubbing him in the tub. Life will never be the same on this planet knowing Uncle Andrew isn't in it here with us..hearing his laughter seeing the twinkle in his eyes saying " How is it going kid?" Memories we hold dear. Until the day it's our turn to go home.

Bryan Welborn

December 7, 2018

Andy was one of the most "real" people I have ever been fortunate enough to know. He lived life, loved life, loved the experiences he had.

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