Andrew Malster Death, Obituary – On May 15, Andrew died away peacefully in the comfort of his own home. Andrew had spent his entire life in this location. The preparations that his next of kin made for an unattended cremation to take place on Tuesday, June 6th, were carried out as planned. His cremation was the result of those arrangements.
Unfortunately, those who were responsible for organizing Andrew’s funeral were unable to come up with adequate monies to pay for all of the expenses that were related with the funeral. Andrew’s family and friends were asked to cover the costs of the funeral. As a direct consequence of this, a memorial service that will celebrate his life and provide an opportunity for others to express their sorrow over his passing has been planned.
The particulars are presented for your consideration in the following format:
On Friday, June 9, a memorial ceremony will be held in Wetwang at the St. Nicholas Church, which can be found on Main Street and has the postcode YO25 9XL. The venue of the event will be announced at a later date.
The beginning of the event is scheduled to take place at 3:30 o’clock in the afternoon.
Following the conclusion of the funeral service, the remainder of the day will be spent at the Rix Pavilion located on the Driffield Showground until eleven o’clock at night. Following the conclusion of the event, this will take place.
During the course of the event, there will be a DJ, a buffet, and a bar that has people working behind it. Even if you are unable to attend the memorial service that will be held in Andrew’s honor, you are more than welcome to take part in the celebration of his life that will be held at the Rix Pavilion.
Even if you are unable to attend the memorial service, you are more than welcome to take part in the celebration of his life. Those who are in charge of planning Andrew’s memorial service and celebration of life will want to extend their deepest and most heartfelt gratitude to everyone who played a significant part in making it possible for these events to take place.
Andrew’s family and friends will miss him dearly.