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Andrew David Lotspeich
1984 2024

Andrew David Lotspeich

August 17, 1984 — April 18, 2024

Andrew David Lotspeich was born August 17th , 1984 to Judy Hardman Bradley (David Bradley) and David Lotspeich (Nancy Lotspeich). Andrew left this world and the many that loved him on April 18th, 2024. Andrew, or Andy as he was known by many, was a son, a brother, an uncle, a friend, and a soldier. He continued the family tradition that began in 1945 by attending St. Xavier High School in Louisville, KY, where he graduated in 2003. St. X provided Andrew with numerous mentors and friends. We are truly thankful for the structure and opportunities the St. X community provided to him as that proud tradition lives on.

In 2004, Andrew made the selfless sacrifice to join the US Army during active conflict. He dedicated four years of his life to the military, serving in an Imminent Danger Area in the Iraq war. His commitment and bravery earned him the respect of his peers and superiors. His time in the service impacted him deeply on many levels. Andrew received several prestigious commendations from the US Army, that included:

" Medal of Valor, Medal of Commendation, the Bronze Star, the Army Achievement Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and the Army Overseas Service Ribbon ".

Andrew was a beautiful soul who loved his friends and family deeply. He loved animals, fishing, and spending time outdoors. His sense of humor always brightened the lives of those around him. He was charismatic with a big heart that truly knew no bounds. Andrew was preceded in death by his grandparents, Theodore and Mary C. Hardman and Edgar and Grace Lotspeich; and his aunts, Donna Hardman and Carol Holloway (Jack).

He will be greatly missed by his loving sister, Erin Dierking (Kurt) and their children Hadley, William and Georgia; his step-siblings, Jessica Chambers (Chad), Edward Fannon (Jill), Louisa Neumann (John) and Catherine Cooper; his uncles, Ted Hardman, Jack Holloway and Doug Ballard; and his aunts, Patricia Bland and Sally Hardman. Andrew was also blessed with a large extended family that includes many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and forever friends. While our hearts are broken by this loss, we take comfort in knowing that his soul is at peace. We'll remember him for the laughter he shared, his unconditional love and his continued search for freedom. Andrew's larger than life presence will remain with us forever.

There will be a private military burial service in Andrew's honor.

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