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Mary Pat Andrea Andrea

December 18, 1949 - March 1, 2019

Service Date March 9, 2019

A Memorial Service honoring Mary Pat will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. at the Piasecki-Althaus Funeral Home, 3720 39th Avenue.

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Posted by:
Sheila M. Robinson

Posted on:
March 24, 2019

May God comfort and guide you during this difficult time; and may the "peace of God that surpasses all understanding guard your heart and your mental powers". Philippians 4:7.

Posted by:
Shelly Rusch

Posted on:
March 11, 2019

My sincerest sympathies. Mary Pat was an inspiration and a true creative force of nature. How many of us will have wonderful forever family memories because those Allendale 4th of July parades - Al on the drums, ribbons flying from bicycle spokes and ice cream melting down the faces of our kids. And her Hometown collection of arty cool stuff so that how many of us now I have Kenosha in our kitchens no matter where we live. I will remember her as an iconic figure who struck a sense of awe in me from the moment I met her. Her memory is a blessing.

Posted by:
Pay Evans

Posted on:
March 9, 2019

Our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of MaryPat. She was a kind, beautiful soul. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers, Bill and Pat Evans

Posted by:
Dave and Kim Hildreth

Posted on:
March 8, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Posted by:
Carolyn Lacombe

Posted on:
March 8, 2019

Sincerest condolences. Mary Pat Andrea is evidence of all the is good and kind in the world. She will be greatly missed and remembered with a smile.

Posted by:
Linda Dodge

Posted on:
March 8, 2019

I am so sorry to hear that Mary Pat has passed. I visited with her almost daily when I visited my mom at Parkside Manor. Mary Pat was a caregiver to say the least. She would typically be at my mom's side and was very protective of her. My mom passed on Feb 23rd so there is no doubt in my mind that Mary Pat is in heaven and still taking care of my mom! Mom actually moved to The Manor of Kenosha in November. But I remember the day we cleared out mom's room Mary Pat came in. I knew she knew what was going on but couldn't put it in words. We hugged each other and cried. I will always remember Mary Pat. She was a beautiful lady and had a kind soul. You have my most deepest sympathy. Linda Dodge (Mary Hamilton's daughter)

Posted by:
Mike, Teresa & Moxie Pavelich

Posted on:
March 8, 2019

We had the pleasure of working with Mary Pat and Andrea’s to bring some of Mike Pavelich Graphic Design’s streetcar and related Kenosha artwork to the gift shop. We’ll forever remember her generous support and the creative connection she built with us. She had a true gift for seeking out creative ways to celebrate the “hometown”, no matter where it was. RIP Mary Pat, you will be missed. And our deepest condolences to the entire Andrea family and to those who knew Mary Pat.

Posted by:
Patty Stell Hawkins

Posted on:
March 7, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. The Andrea family is a wonderful part it the Kenosha community. I will pray for Mary Pat and all of you! Warmly, Patty

Posted by:
Jim & Janine Bjurman

Posted on:
March 7, 2019

Dave and family, we send you our deepest condolences on the loss of your dear sister. May she Rest In Peace.

Posted by:
C. Belvey

Posted on:
March 7, 2019

May the god of comfort, grant you peace at this sad time. So sorry for the loss of Ms. Andrea. We are reassured that one day soon no resident will say; " I AM SICK." ( Isaiah 33:24)

Posted by:
Lorene Wynn & Matthew Schultz

Posted on:
March 6, 2019

Sincere sympathy to the entire family on the loss of your loved one. Her unique talents will surely be missed by many. With special condolences and love to Susie.

Posted by:
Angela Lefeber

Posted on:
March 6, 2019

Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Prayers especially for the soul of Mary Pat, may she rest in the peace of our Lord and Saviour.

Posted by:
Kerry and Geri Connelly

Posted on:
March 5, 2019

Our heart felt condolences on the loss of Mary Pat. We are out of the country and will not return until after the funeral. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Andrea family. Peace, Kerry and Geri

Posted by:
Renee Rizzo

Posted on:
March 5, 2019

My deepest sympathy for your loss. Mary Pat had a wonderful life giving to so many! We have many items from her Kenosha Hometown collection. They bring beautiful memories to us which she will be a part of always!!!

Posted by:
TW, South Carolina

Posted on:
March 4, 2019

To the loved ones of Mary. I am truly sorry for your loss. May you find comfort and peace on the beautiful life she lived. And may you find comfort and hope on the the words of Revelation 21:4 and Psalm 73:26.Take care

Posted by:
Bill Hammond

Posted on:
March 4, 2019

Dear Caroline and all the Andreas, I'm very sorry to hear about Mary Pat's passing. She and your whole family were always a kind and inclusive influence on the Kenosha community. My sincerest condolences to all of you. Bill

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carol a engel

Posted on:
March 3, 2019

My sympathies to the Andrea family and Mike on the loss of your dearest Mary Pat. May the love you shared with her be a comfort and bring you peace. I will treasure the delightful conversations I had with Mary Pat and will remember her as a kind, gracious, and beautiful woman.

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Mary Jo Mullin

Posted on:
March 3, 2019

I worked for Mary Pat at Hometown Girl in Baltimore. She was a wonderful person and so creative and full of talent. I hope she is at peace. Heaven has gained an angel. My sympathies to all her family. Mary Jo Mullin.

Posted by:
Joe and Catherine Schulte

Posted on:
March 3, 2019

Joe and I are saddened for your whole family upon the loss of Mary Pat.We have wonderful memories of her as a child as well as a talented and beautiful women. May the happy memories of her sustain you at this sad time. May you find peace in the knowledge she is home in heaven with your parents,grandparents, sister and brother and brother in law.

Posted by:
Larry Burnett

Posted on:
March 3, 2019

David, Cathy , Susie, Caroline and Annie— profoundly saddened. We was such an incredible person. Kind, warm and brilliantly talented. You are in our prayers. Larry

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Stephen and Lupita Koszewski

Posted on:
March 3, 2019

Our deepest sympathy for you loss. We know the wonderful memories Mary Pat leaves will help you overcome your grief.

Posted by:
Mike Serpe

Posted on:
March 3, 2019

I’m going to miss knowing that Mary Pat is not somewhere spreading the good cheer and love that she had in wonderful abundance. She was a brave woman who faced life’s great challenges with grace and aplomb. So many of us were fortunate to have shared part of Mary Pat’s life and for that privilege, we are all thankful. My sympathy and love to her family and dear friends.

Posted by:
Ellen Kupfer

Posted on:
March 3, 2019

So sorry to see this. My condolences to the whole family. She was an amazing lady.

Posted by:
Marysa Lent

Posted on:
March 3, 2019

Prior to Mary Pat’s nephew, Christopher’s wedding, Mary Pat came to Washington,DC to celebrate the wedding shower for my daughter, Natalie. It was so wonderful having all the Andrea ladies together here.

Posted by:
Marysa Lent

Posted on:
March 3, 2019

I am so saddened to hear of Mary Pat’s passing. She was a kind hearted soul who loved being around friends and family. She will be missed.