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Andrew W. Jaggars

May 17, 1962 - December 9, 2020

Funeral Home Hessling Funeral Home

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Andrew W. Jaggars, 58 passed away peacefully on December 9, 2020 at Wayne Memorial Hospital due to Metastatic Melanoma.

Andrew was born on May 17, 1962 as the youngest child of Basil and Ellen (Johannes) Jaggars.

While growing up in Honesdale, he became friends with Jerry and Betty Bunting’s family. He started working just down the road on their family farm at a young age. He helped on the farm for over 30 years.

After graduating with the class of 1980 from Honesdale High School, he began to work at SJ Bailey and Sons for many years.

When Andy realized Bailey’s would be closing soon. He went to his cousin Michael at Pioneer Construction Company and asked for a job. Andy has been working with a bunch of wonderful guys there for over 17 years. Many of them were considered as brothers.

Andy loved the simply things in life, like chatting with neighbors as they past by his house.

Andrew married his wife ,Victoria (Vicky) on October 4, 1986. He became the admired son in law of Clyde and Julia Dexheimer (deceased)

In addition to his wife Andy is survived by his older brother Robert, son Curtis, daughter Tiffany, son in law John. Also surviving are his littlest loves, his grandchildren, Lucas, Aria, and his little buddy, Tobey. (The Family Shih Tzu)

Also surviving are brother in laws Clyde Jr. and wife Susan, Billy and wife Jacquelyn, Sisters in laws Daina and husband Eric, Angela and husband BJ, and a large and loving extended family.

A heartfelt Thank you to Dr. Sorni, Dr, Cosklo, Dr. Sobuto , and Eileen Maloney CRNP, and all the nurses at Wayne Memorial Hospital.

Thank you to the Pioneer Construction Family and the Ancillary Departments at Wayne Memorial Hospital for all your hugs and kindness.

Friends may visit Hessling Funeral Home, Inc., 428 Main St. Honesdale on Monday, Dec. 14th, 9 to 11. Graveside services will follow in Fairview Memorial Park, Elmhurst, PA. Masks and social distancing are required.