Andrew J. "Andy" Yestrebski III

Andrew J. "Andy" Yestrebski III

April 26, 1951 - November 12, 2022

Andrew J. "Andy" Yestrebski III

April 26, 1951 - November 12, 2022


Andrew “Andy” J. Yestrebski III, 71, of Beaver Falls, died Saturday, November 12, 2022 in Allegheny General Hospital.

Born April 26, 1951 in New Brighton, he was the son of the late Andrew J. Jr. and Margaret (Verosto) Yestrebski.  Andy was a member of the former Divine Mercy Catholic Church, where he sang in the choir.  He previously worked at Geneva College in food service for over 25 years, and was involved in the P.S.E.A. Union.

He is survived by 5 godchildren, Steve Verosto Jr., John D. Miller Jr., Rene Rego, Greg Rego, and Natalie Robb; and many cousins and friends.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his uncle, Steve Verosto; and his aunt, Sister M. Ancilla.

All are invited to attend Andy’s mass of Christian burial on Thursday, November 17th at 10:00am at St. Monica’s Roman Catholic Church- 116 Thorndale Dr., Beaver Falls PA 15010.  Fr. Kim Schreck will officiate.

Private interment will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery.

A special thank you to all the staff of Providence Care Center for all of the loving care they gave to Andy. They were like family to him.

Arrangements are being handled by GABAUER-LUTTON FUNERAL HOME- 117 Blackhawk Rd., Chippewa

Mass of Christian Burial

  • Date & Time: November 17, 2022 (10:00 AM - 11:00 AM)
  • Venue: St. Monica's Roman Catholic Church
  • Location: 116 Thorndale Drive Beaver Falls, PA 15010 - (Get Directions)

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2 responses to Andrew J. "Andy" Yestrebski III

  1. Debbie Nye says:

    Heaven has truly gained an angel. One of the kindest, sweetest and most innocent souls that I have ever known. May the choir of Angel’s speed him to Paradise.

  2. A little late, but I have to express my deep admiration for Andy, and for his late mother as well. Andy worked so very hard at a very physically demanding job, yet he always had a smile on his face and a warm hello for everyone. Years later, I would see him at Providence Care Center when I went to visit my mom. Still that same sweet disposition…I will never forget him. An inspiration to all who knew him.

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