Allen Crutcher, ’64 sings at The Wild Goose, Ashland, OR
Oh, we remember! We do!
November 1 has come and passed, the date of his birth in 1948 but we do not forget. Andy lives on in our hearts, not forgotten, and he has not left our spirit. Never will,  



Andy was the only true superstar of our era, and remains so.

No one ever brought more personal magnetism, enthusiasm or good feeling to campus and into our midst.

No Lancer leader ever cared more deeply about us, demonstrated it time and again, made time for us more willingly for us, or expressed more jubilation at being with us.

No one had left a more lasting legacy of love and joy. 

None of us ever loved life more, or sought it with more excitement and gratitude. 

Andy and the Life of Joy!

We didn’t mention your birthday on time, but we didn’t forget, 


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John Schulze on November 3, 2019 at 4:01 PM said:

l can remember when l went to Andy's Bar Mitzvah. Him and Jay said l had to go, it would be a blast. They were right. Of course Tina and neighbor Leanne would be there. Climbed alot of pitch pine trees with that man..
Miss you my friend, JP
Carla Moore Harrison on November 2, 2019 at 8:33 PM said:

Such a cool guy!
Paul Saevig, ‘67 on November 2, 2019 at 10:05 AM said:

Andy is the only Lancer so enamored, so envied, so admired that there are other Lancers who COMPETE for having known Andy better or having been a closer friend of his.

Ha ha!

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