tarpontamer2007 wrote: »
I was very good friends with Andy. Today is a very sad day. Just a few days ago we had talked about him moving in with me. Unfortunaltley Andy was very depressed and made the sad decision to take his life today. He will be missed by many.
Ocean Motion wrote: »
RIP Capt. Andy... :angel
We will probably never know why you did what you did but now, your mind and soul are at rest. ...may the wind be always at your back and may the sun always shine on your face...until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand.
Those who eventually take their own lives have been showing signs of needing help for a long time. Unfortunately, most of us fail to see these very vague signs which are desperate pleas for help. Those that are closest to him/her are usually the last to recognize these signs and most, unfortunately, never do until it is too late.
We will always wonder why...I know, I still do.
Marker954 wrote: »
Andy had a very, very close, and i mean close group of friends, me included and I spent hundreds of hours on the water and off working and helping him through his pain. Sometimes the demons inside ones head just take over and get the best of you and ultimately win. He had many demons and may I say again, lots of help.
Snook87, the last two times you ran into Andy you turned your back to him and didn't say hi, maybe you can work on getting some help for that. And your last post about Andy being new to the jig in 2010 was very inaccurate too. He's been fishing the jig with his good friend Billy many years before that. I'll be glad to send you his number if you'd like to correct any of your information that you made up.
Andy will never be forgotten and I will always have his back.
snook87 wrote: »
Drew, I do not like you. That's why I don't say hi. You try and seek me on apps and Facebook.