Andrew J. Jamerson

February 8th, 2019
Andrew J. Jamerson “Andy”, age 45, of Wakefield, formerly of Wilmington, passed away peacefully with his family at his side on February 7, 2019, following a courageous battle with cancer.

Andrew was born on April 13, 1973, in Malden, MA; he was the loving son of James and Sharon Jamerson. Andrew was raised and educated in Wilmington and a graduate of Wilmington High School with the Class of 1991. Andrew was quite an athlete growing up; in his younger years he played basketball for the Wilmington Recreation department and baseball for Wilmington Little League. Andrew also played for the Wilmington Wildcats High School baseball team, golf team and basketball where he was the captain during his senior year.

Throughout his life, Andrew, enjoyed the outdoors; he looked forward to the many camping trips and hiking and fishing adventures he took with family and friends.

Andrew enjoyed spending time with his father working construction jobs and doing woodworking projects around his home. They also were both mechanically inclined and enjoyed repairing and rebuilding cars and engines together.

Andrew moved to Wakefield in 2002 where he raised his family and became very active in the community. Andrew spent many years involved in youth sports; he was a wonderful coach, the director of youth basketball and President of Wakefield Little League before his illness forced him to step down. Andrew had a passion for coaching and working with kids of all levels of athleticism; he just wanted the kids to go out and have fun.

For many years, Andrew, worked in the retail business; his dynamic personality and gentle way with people made him quite successful in this field. Andrew also had a love of animals especially dogs; he spent several years working as a dog trainer and enjoyed every minute of it.

Throughout his life, Andrew looked out for the “underdog” or the “less fortunate”. Andrew always put others first whether it was his family, friends, neighbors or a perfect stranger he would do what he could to help even when times were tough for him and his illness was progressing; whatever he had he shared with others.

Andrew was known to have a great sense of humor and the ability to make light of any situation. He enjoyed making people laugh and smile; he always wanted those around him to be happy and at ease.

Andrew’s unconditional love and devotion to his family was evident in everything he did. He cherished his role as a husband, son, brother, uncle and especially a dad to his children. Andrew beamed with pride as he spoke of his family; they were his world.

Andrew will be fondly remembered as a “great guy” who left this world a much better place for having been in it. He was kind, thoughtful, caring and most of all very loving towards everyone. Andrew had a heart of gold and will forever be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Andrew was the beloved husband of Rachel L. (Currier) Jamerson, devoted “DAD” of Jacob M., Jason A., Madelynn A. and Abigail M. Jamerson all of Wakefield, cherished son of James R. Jr. and Sharon M. (Dedrick) Jamerson of Wilmington, dear brother of Melissa Tomei & her husband Joseph of Billerica. Loving Uncle of Lauren, Alison, Nicholas, Grace, Leah, Eddie, Ray, Violet, Jack, Charlotte and Olivia. Son-in-law of Rae & Paul Currier of Wakefield, brother-in-law of April & Scott Pettengill, Alison & Eddie Matthews, Paul & Danielle Currier and Emily & Tom Scola. Andrew is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Family and friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, on Tuesday, February 12th at 8:45 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in Most Blessed Sacrament Church, 1155 Main St., Wakefield at 10:00 a.m. Interment will follow in Forest Glade Cemetery, Wakefield. Visiting Hours will be held at the Funeral Home on Monday, February 11th from 3:00-8:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers donations in Andrew’s memory may be made to the Jamerson Children’s Memorial Fund, c/o Melissa Tomei, P. O. Box 116, Pinehurst, MA 01866.


10 Entries in Guest Book for “Andrew J. Jamerson”

  1. Doherty family says:

    To Andrew’s family,

    Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

  2. Michelle says:

    We are so saddened to hear of Andy’s passing. He was an amazing person, son, husband and father. We are here for anything you need. He was a fighter

  3. Buddy & Mary Duncan says:

    We are so saddened to hear of Andrew’s passing. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

  4. Mary Kiesinger says:

    Dear Rachel, Sharon, Jim, Missy and families,

    We are deeply saddened to learn of Andy’s passing. We pray that God will continue to love all of you and give you the strength, peace and courage to withstand this very heart piercing time in your lives. We hope and pray when Andy drew his last breath that the Holy Spirit dwelling within him carried him up to our Heavenly Father. He was then greeted with wide and welcoming outstretched arms into Heaven. A place so beautiful and peaceful that we can’t even to begin to imagine it. Andy is home where hopefully we all will go when God calls us and be with Andy and all of our deceased loved ones.

    With love, deep sympathy and prayers to all,

    Mary Kiesinger and family

  5. Jacqueline Sannizzaro & family says:

    Sorry to hear the loss of Andrew. He was a great guy and co-worker. My deepest sympathies to all your family. Rest in peace Andy.

    The Sannizzaro family

  6. George Mitchell says:

    Jim and Sharon,it was sad to hear of your son Andy’s passing, I know it’s never easy to lose any member of your family but too lose one of your children it is especially difficult,please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. George and Judy Mitchell

  7. Matthew and Marilyn Frascone says:

    Andy was and always will be one of the best people I ever had the opportunity to meet, work with and become friends with. We remember the time we spent together at Best Buy Achievers Disney World. We had so much fun together laughing and just being ourselves. We will never forget you my friend. God Bless
    The Frascone’s

  8. Glen Ward says:

    “Sad as silence when a song is spent.” Rest in peace Andy; thank you for such fond memories of our shared megastore days.

  9. Anne Corbett says:

    Dear Jacob and Jason, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember both of you as being so respectful and as such wonderful role models for your classmates at Dolbeare. This is a tribute to both your father and mother, as well as your grandparents. I remember your father picking you up often at school. He would relay to me a funny story you told him of something funny that had happened at school. You knew that he had a wonderful sense of humor. You will remember him with the wonderful memories you created together. Thinking of you both, Anne Corbett, Kindergarten

  10. Garot Conklin says:

    So sorry for your loss… I had known Andy many years ago in the Boston Home Depot days and we hit it off immediately through our shared love of making music. I have been trying to reconnect for some time and now I sadly understand why I was unsuccessful… So wonderful to see he had such a beautiful and loving family in his life. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I have only the fondest memories of our times together so many years ago… Andy was a wonderful person and a great friend.

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