Andrew Thomas Wittusen passed away on November 29th 2022 with his boots on doing what he loved.
Andy grew up in Mapleton Utah and graduated from Springville High School. He followed in his dads footsteps and became a Journeyman Electrician. He joined the IBEW where he took great pride in his craft and had a deep love for his brotherhood and teaching apprentices.
He married Michelle Brown in 1995, his world revolved around her. Andy was always the life of the party. He loved shenanigans, jokes, music, and most of all his family. He loved spending time with his kids, being silly and making them laugh. He had a 'unique' sense of humor that always kept us rolling. Home was his favorite place to be. He spent a lot of time puttering around the yard, dancing in the kitchen and talking smack to whoever would listen. He will be greatly missed by many.
Andy was the most loving and supportive dad. He always made sure his kids felt loved and secure and would do anything to make them smile and fill their home with laughter. He made it a point to involve himself in any and all of their activities so he could spend as much quality time with them as he could. He made sure his kids never went without anything, they always had more than enough and the best of the best. His irreverence, bad jokes and banter will be carried on by his whole family.
Andy is survived by his dad Ronald Alan Wittusen, his wife/punkin Michelle Brown Wittusen. His boys Joshua Andrew Wittusen, Zachary Brian Wittusen, Otis Mirick Wittusen and his little girl Alex Sandra Wittusen. His siblings Brad Wittusen, Troy (Michelle) Wittusen, Courtney (Andrew) Hopkins and many nieces, nephews and friends. He is preceded in death by his mom Dianne Bills Wittusen, his birth mother Sandra Mirick and his favorite dog Maxy.
A Celebration of Life will be held on January 9, 2023 at the Bright Building, located at 33 W 400 S in Provo, Utah.
It will be held from 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Condolences can be offered at www.legacyfunerals.com.