Andrew Beecher Dunsmore (Sign Guestbook)

Dunsmore, Andrew Beecher –age 46 of Baltimore, Maryland, went to his heavenly father on Monday, December 24, 2012, at his parents’ home in Maryville, Tennessee.  Andy courageously lived with gastric cancer, extending love and care to family and friends despite his suffering.  Andy is survived by his parents, the Reverend Beecher and Sarah Dunsmore of Maryville, Tennessee; his sisters, Sarah Elizabeth Dunsmore,
Rockville, Maryland, and Julie Dunsmore, Blacksburg, Virginia; a
brother-in-law, John Wilson, nephew Nicholas Wilson, and niece Elizabeth
Dunsmore, all of Blacksburg, Virginia.  Family and friends are invited to
attend a Celebration of Life worship service at 2:00 PM, Saturday, January 26,
2013, at First United Methodist Church, Maryville, Tennessee.  The family
will receive friends after the service in the fellowship hall.  In lieu of
flowers memorial gifts may be made to the University of Maryland Greenbaum
Cancer Center or the University of Tennessee Cancer Center Campaign for Hope.

19 guestbook entries for “Andrew Beecher Dunsmore”:

  1. Sue Quillen says:

    Beecher and Sarah, I was saddened to learn of the death of Andy. You have suffered a great loss. Even through the pain you feel now your heart will remember those shared moments that mean so much. I grieve with you in your loss. Be assured of my continued prayers.

    Sue Quillen

  2. Jamie and Jim Kelly says:

    Sarah and Beecher,
    We are so very sorry to learn of your loss. Take comfort in precious memories and know that many folks are praying and
    caring for you and your wonderful family. With our deepest sympathy and continued support.

    Jamie and Jim Kelly

  3. Harvey and Sylvia Sproul says:

    We extend our deepest sympathies in your son’s death. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.
    Harvey and Sylvia Sproul

  4. Farrell Cooper says:

    I share in your saddness at this time of loss and offer my thoughts and prayers for Andy and for his family. I knew Andy when he was at UT and grew to know and appreciate him and his contributions to the College. Andy was a good man who lived a good live.

  5. Karen Sowers and Kenny Allred says:

    Andy was a gift that God shared with us – if even for too brief a time. He touched our lives in profound and meaningful ways. May God grace you with peace and memories that will grow to comfort and sustain you. Karen Sowers and Kenny Allred

  6. Philip DuBois says:

    I was a classmate of Andy’s in Tazewell, VA. I am so sorry for the loss of Andy, a wonderful person. May the Lord grant you peace, comfort, and strength. I’m praying for your family.

  7. Bob Haggard says:

    Andy was one of the really good guys in the world. I’m so sorry for your loss and the loss his friends now feel. He was a brother and a friend…God Bless Andy Dunsmore.

  8. Betty Fugate says:

    I have been looking back to when you all were in Lebanon and the wonderful times we had with our children. Remembering the time Andy stopped by to see me after he was a grown man.
    I share in your sorry and pray God is healing you as each day comes and goes.

    Love you,
    Betty

  9. Joe Brandenburg says:

    Andy was a great colleague and an outstanding fund raising professional. His integrity, professionalism and compassion for others were well beyond reproach. I am deeply sadden to hear of his passing and of a life cut way too short. May God grant him peace. He will be greatly missed.

  10. Betty Motes Gill says:

    With our deepest sympathy. May God heal your sorrow and bring you His comfort and peace. Praying for you and your family.

    Betty Motes Gill and Linden Gill

  11. Dennis Narango says:

    Andy was a true and loyal friend and an accomplished colleague. He made his distinctive impact with his friends and in the workplace. We had many good times together personally and professionally. We miss him and will remember him.

  12. Tierra A. Dorsey says:

    Words cannot even begin to express my sorrow. Andy was a colleague, a good guy and a friend to many. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.

  13. Jim and Nicole Bencik says:

    Andy was a close and loyal friend. We enjoyed spending time with him in Knoxville and always looked forward to his visits to our home on the west coast. We are deeply saddened and he will be missed by our whole family. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. God Bless.
    Jim, Nicole, Cole, and Payton Bencik

  14. Jeff Hashe says:

    I was one of Andy’s classmates at Sullivan South. We ran cross-country and track together, and we shared several classes. Andy was a good friend and a great person. I was hoping to see him at our 10-year and 20-year reunions, but he didn’t make them. I was hoping he’d get on Facebook so I could catch up with him. I thought about him over the years, and I figured he was living a good life. I didn’t realize all of his outstanding accomplishments in his career. I wish I had had a chance to reconnect with him. His life was cut way too short. Please accept my deepest condolences.

  15. Carroll Logan says:

    Over the past 20 years I have watched Andy grow and develop. He looked on me as a mentor, but most of the time the roles were reversed. His caring for people and his professionalism continued to develop through the years. I had many business discussions with him, and he always looked at how his decisions would impact family, friends, and the institution he served. Andy was a true gentleman. His blend of intelligence, caring, and expertise made him not only a successful fundraiser, but friendraiser. He is geatly missed..

  16. David & Mary Kate O'Kain says:

    Our thoughts of sympathy are with your family. May wonderful memories comfort you.

    David and Mary Kate O’Kain
    Oak Ridge

  17. Sharon Logan Sarver says:

    Sarah and Beecher: I just saw where your son had gone home to be with the Lord. I am so sorry for your loss, and I will be praying for you. What a great comfort it is to have your memories, and also to know where he is…in the Presence of the Lord Jesus. I pray that God will pour out His grace upon you as He did with me when my mother went home to be with the Lord. I love you.

    Sharon Logan Sarver (Henrietta Logan’s daughter)

  18. The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center says:

    Please know that the thoughts and prayers of Andy’s colleagues at Hopkins are with you at this time.

  19. Traci Smith says:

    I have fond memories of Andy from Sullivan South. I can remember working on several projects with him including our class float! please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. It sounds like he had many wonderful accomplishments and a loving family.

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