Auburn, ME - Andrew Robert Jennings 24, of Oxford, died unexpectedly in a motorcycle accident Saturday, June 9, 2018.
Andrew was born on January 27th, 1994 to Christopher and Kimberly. Andrew attended schools in Auburn and Oxford.
Andrew was much like his Uncle Scott, a Jack of all trades. He worked mostly as a mechanical insulator but also dabbled in roofing, carpentry and was recently most excited that he had been taught how to weld from his recent employer. Andrew was always excited to learn anything new that he could to support his family.
Andrew loved spending his free time with his father and son doing odd jobs and projects around the house. He would often go out of his way to help anyone whether it be family, a friend or even a stranger in passing. He wasn’t afraid to strike up a conversation with anyone. He loved classic country music and singing along with his children and wife, who he also spent many hours playing outside with them and teaching them about his tools. Andrew was always the life of the party, extremely likeable and always had a joke to tell or prank to pull with a contagious smile on his face.
Andrew will be lovingly remembered by, wife Tori Jennings and two young children Chevy and McKaylee of Oxford, his parents Christopher Jennings of Oxford, Kimberly and Tom Rose of Turner, Sisters, Mercedes Becvar and fiance Sheldon Leppala of Green, Caitlyn Jennings of Boothbay, Kirsten Rose of Poland, Kayla Rose of Portland and Brothers Nathan Sessions of Portland and Tj Rose of Turner. Nieces Sophia, Laryah, Briar, Aniyah and Maleni and Nephews C.J, Chase, Aries and Aden. His cousins Tyler, Jessie, Mariah, Adam and many more. His loving Aunts, Cindy Jennings of Auburn, Melissa Jennings of and Nancy and husband Robert Sheffey of Florida. Uncles Tony Jennings of Turner and Tim and wife Mary Jennings of Lewiston and friends. Andrew was predeceased by his grandparents Marjorie Jennings, Barbara Sessions and Albert Sessions. Uncles Leon Jennings, Scott Sessions and Dwayne Sessions and Aunt Julie Sessions.
A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, June 17th at 3:00 at 202 Mechanic Falls Road, Oxford.