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Andrew John Patrick Innes

March 18, 1942 - December 5, 2020

U.S. Veteran

Services Date December 11, 2020

Obituary Viewed 634 times

Posted by:
Phil & Susan Ross

Posted on:
December 13, 2020

What an honor to know Andy.. His love and respect for Barbara, love for Lisa and love for life was so evident when I was with him.. May he Rest In Peace and Barbara may your wonderful memories be a source of strength for you.

Posted by:
Phil & Susan Allen

Posted on:
December 12, 2020

Andy was the epitome of a gentleman. He was caring, loving, courageous, consistently optimistic, a great card player & a pretty good score keeper. We will miss all the fun times we spent together. . . playing cards, celebrating birthdays, New Years Eves, lunches at Tito's Tacos, talking politics, sports & books. Whenever we see a NY Yankee's baseball cap or a Syracuse shirt or flag, know that we will be thinking of you. We miss you already. Your Besties . . . Susan & Skipper

Posted by:
Desiree Valdez & David Larkins

Posted on:
December 11, 2020

Sending our deepest condolences to Barbara, Lisa, and Alex during this difficult time of transition. We can tell how much Andy’s family and friends loved and cared for him. His spirit will live on in everyone who loved him and we know he made the lives of everyone he knew better. We are sending you peace, comfort, and hope as you move through this time and know Andy’s legacy rests well with you all. All love, D & D

Posted by:
Barak, Linda & JAX

Posted on:
December 11, 2020

Barbara,Lisa and Alex; Linda and I are devastated for your loss. Words cannot begin to express what he meant to you (The love of his life) There are so many great dinners and good conversations to speak of; and we are privileged and lucky to spend the time we did with him. Linda and I always admired his passion for the arts, travel and fine wine. There were many occasions where we looked at each other and said we want to be exactly like them. The perfect example of retirement. Andy did it really well. I can say that Andy was and is the toughest guy I have ever known; He faced adversity with courage, grace and dignity. Andy will be sorely missed; we will always remember the special man he was. We love you with all our hearts Barbara PS our cat Jax also will forever miss Andy’s cuddles and cookies. They were great pals.

Posted by:
Zack, Molly, and Lane

Posted on:
December 10, 2020

Andy was such a warm presence and I know how much he meant to Lisa and Barbara. I feel so grateful to have known him and for the influence he had on my best friend. Lisa is such a source of love in our family and I know Andy had something to do with that. I will personally commit to eating a burger, fries, and chocolate shake this week in his memory! It's one of my favorites too and I will always think of him when I have it. Lane, Molly, and I love you all so much. Rest in peace and thank you Andy.

Posted by:
ARMEN KARAPETIAN

Posted on:
December 10, 2020

My dearest Barbara Lisa and Alex and Innes Clan Andy was a special man he touched all our hearts and knowing him has made me a better person. He always had the best advice and wisdom and his wit was u like any other. I wish to one day be like him and have a love like his and Barbara's which was 100% unconditional. My prayers go out to u guys my second family I love you always and forever and Andy's memory will always be remembered but the pain of losing a loved one is incredibly difficult so I feel your pain and wish I could take it away Thank you, Andy, for making this crazy Armenian kid part of your warm family ill miss you terribly love always Armen

Posted by:
Jill Brounstein

Posted on:
December 10, 2020

Andy was a dear, loving and gentle man. He and Barbara would meet with me for lunch every year when they were vacationing in Lake Tahoe. I have known them both for many years. Rest in Peace dear Andy. You will be missed. Love you, Jill