David W. Andrewlavage – November 20, 2017

Bristol/Livonia:  Unexpectedly on November 20, 2017 at age 43.  Survived by his parents William and Joyce (Michaels) Andrewlavage of Bristol; aunts & uncles, Maurina (Tony) Ruggiero, Gary (Christine) Andrewlavage, and Douglas (Kathy) Michaels; dear cousins, Erica (Don) Ruggiero-Yearick, Sean (fiancée Danielle) Michaels, Ryanne (Rex) Sunquist, and Erynn Michaels.  Also survived by many other loving family and friends.

Dave was born on February 25, 1974 in Elmira, NY to parents William and Joyce (Michaels) Andrewlavage.  In his younger years he enjoyed snowmobiling and downhill skiing.  Dave attended and graduated from Livonia High School in 1991 and later became a self-employed carpenter and builder.  He loved what he did and was always a perfectionist with his work.  He enjoyed being around people, laughing, smiling and was always up for a card game of rummy or poker with friends and family.  In recent years Dave spent a lot of time hunting and fishing with his Dad which he always looked forward to.  Dave is deeply loved by his parents and will be forever missed.

Friends may call on Saturday, November  25th, from 12noon-2:30pm at the Kevin W. Dougherty Funeral Home Inc., 8624 Main Street, Rte 20A, Honoeye, where his memorial service will follow calling hours at 2:30pm.  In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 160 Allens Creek Road, Rochester, NY 14618.  To send a condolence or share a memory please visit:  www.doughertyfuneralhomes.com

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11 thoughts on “David W. Andrewlavage – November 20, 2017

  1. We are sorry for your loss and will miss seeing Dave around town. He has been a friend to our family for many years. We cannot imagine losing a child. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Bob & Sharon Wolter

  2. To the parents, family and friends of David,
    Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your son and friend. Losing someone that’s loved is difficult enough, especially when it is comes so unexpectedly and at a such a young age. It is not surprising that Bible calls death an enemy. (1 Corinthians 15:26). It also says that death will eventually be “brought to nothing”. These are comforting words because it is confirms what Jesus said in Acts 24:14 that “There is going to be a resurrection”. I hope this brings you a little bit of comfort during this sad time.

    Sincerely,
    Cindy
    jw.org

  3. I am so heart fully sorry for the passing of Dave. My two sons William and Jim, were always bringing up his name, when they were younger. My son Jim rode dirt bikes with Dave. There is nothing more heart breaking then losing a child many prayers are being said for you and Dave’s Dad. May the Lords arms hold you close and bring you comfort.

  4. Renewed acquaintance with Dave last fall when he and his crew very capably sided and “windowed” my home. They then built a deck on the front of the house. What a difference! Neighbors and people walking by couldn’t help but express their “delight” at the transformation!! Dave’s dad was a very capable asset to this crew. When Dave introduced me to his dad as his “best friend” – it said it all. Such a loss to his mom and dad and all who knew Dave – RIP my friend – God Speed ….. ???

  5. Joyce and Bill – Seth and I are SO Very Sad, He was a very thoughtful and caring person . We have so many memories of Dave(Davey)….If there is anything you need don’t hesitate to ask. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with You thru this difficult time.

  6. Joyce I couldn’t believe what I read this morning. My prayers go out to you and your husband.

  7. My thoughts and prayers go out to you (Joyce) for this inconceivable loss. Deepest sympathies.

  8. John,
    Thankyou for your kind words. We are still in shock ourselves. Never did we imagine losing our son. OMG, we loved him so much. Bill and I are at a loss as to how to go on with life without him. One day at a time I guess.

  9. Joyce and Bill,

    I am so sorry to hear of David’s passing. Oh my God!!!! I am so sorry for this profound loss. I hope all is well in these trying times.

    John Kelley

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