Condolences for Drew Lundquist

 

Karen Carroll posted on 12/5/20

I am going to miss you my friend. I will miss our talks on the treadmill. All the times you got on just to keep me company for a few miles. The teasing about the Cubs but most of all I will miss that smile. RIP. Until we see each other again.

 

Mary Kester posted on 12/4/20

My deepest condolences to Bette and to his family at Michels - Lundquist. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Drew Johnson posted on 12/3/20

There are no words to describe the loss of one of our own. He was truly one of kind. We shared memories of our Midwest roots, and our love for bizarre socks. As a colleague he was kind, dependable, and always kept us well fed with snacks and pizza. He will be deeply missed for many years to come, this was his home and he took great care of it.

 

Erinn Giammarinaro Abbazia posted on 12/2/20

My sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Lundquist family. I knew Drew (Andy) in high school. He was such a nice guy and, though we didn’t keep in touch, I have fond memories of him. My prayers are with you.

 

Karen posted on 12/2/20

I met Drew at the gym, and always thought he had the warmest persona. When we did a half marathon together about 2 years ago, was when I really got to know what an amazing person he was. We talked about any & everything, and he was the kindest, most thoughtful gentleman I knew. I will always remember his kindness & sweet spirit. This is a difficult loss & Drew will be missed by many. He will also be remembered for his impact on many. Thoughts & prayers for family & friends.

 

 

Katie Thompson posted on 12/2/20

Good friends I love you. Make me smiles love you. Your Hearts Jodi with you

 

 

Michael Meadows posted on 12/2/20

My deepest sympathy to the Lundquist family and also to Drew’s work family at Michels & Lundquist. I feel fortunate that I had the opportunity to work with Drew. He was a very loyal and dedicated associate. My thoughts and prayers are with Drew’s family at this time.

 

Paul Miller posted on 12/2/20

I offer my sincerest heartfelt sympathies to the Lundquist family. I looked forward to my fitness class in large part due to the joy he made us feel. So kind hearted and extremely witty. His many friends are saddened by this tremendous loss to our community but I know his legacy of caring will live on in our hearts and lives. Thank you Drew for the fond memories.

 

Ellen Holeman posted on 12/1/20

I remember all the plays he did with my daughter, Audrey. They had a great time. Drew was also always there when our loved ones passed. Everyone in my family that has passed has been helped by Michael's Lindquist. Drew will be missed and always remembered because of what a good person he was. I'm so sorry for your loss. I will pray for your family.

 

Marie Skelton posted on 12/1/20

Drew was a thoughtful, generous, caring man to everyone he met. He always put someone else’s needs first. He loved acting and putting a smile on the theatre patron’s faces. He was a good friend to my husband Charlie, and I and to Richey Suncoast Theatre. He was taken too soon and will be greatly missed!

 

 

Debra Scott posted on 12/1/20

So sorry for your loss!! Prayers for all. Love to all.

 

Dave amicangelo/ carolyn posted on 12/1/20

So sorry for Drew's family he was a very sweet charming man. He will be missed by many but greeted in heaven with open arms by many

 

Mary and Jim Julian posted on 12/1/20

Our deepest sympathy to the family. We saw many of Drews performances at Richey Theatre. He clearly loved performing. Prayers to everyone

 

Jodi posted on 12/1/20

Too many laughs to count, a few tears (all mine), adventures, holidays, dinners, running races, singing songs, taking pictures....lots and lots of pictures, funny faces and hugs and kisses. I don't remember how or where we met, I'm just so glad we did. You've made my world a better place and for that I am so blessed and thankful. I will always have a spot in the front row saved for you. My love always, Jodi

 

 

Laura Bustamante posted on 12/1/20

Drew and I share a brief light-hearted chat waiting for our next group fitness class to begin . In that time looking at him having. his mask on, just his eyes, I learned more of his personality and saw that he seemed to me a kind hearted man with a healthy sense of humor. Happy to have had that exchange

 

Scott and Sarah Sykes posted on 12/1/20

To the entire Lundquist family and the Michels and Lundquist staff, we are so sorry for your loss. Drew was such a nice person and always willing to help no matter the task. Prayers for all.

 

 

Alissa Mitchell posted on 12/1/20

Rest in Paradise, Drew. You are obviously loved and missed by so many and its really inspiring how many hearts you touched and lives you influenced. Deepest prayers for your family at home and our family here at work, we are all missing you right now. I'm very honored to have met you and known you in the short time I did ❤

 

Roger& -Carol Gibson posted on 12/1/20

We were shocked and saddened by the passing of Drew. In my time at M&L he was a pleasure to work with. Our condolences ,and prayers go out to Betty and the family. May he rest in peace.

 

Elaine Llewellyn posted on 12/1/20

My deepest sympathy to Drews family and his work family.

 

Susan Perry posted on 11/30/20

So sorry to hear about Drew. He had a smile that could light up even the darkest room. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and the team at M&L.