Obituaries

Andrew Zachary Jewell, 18, of Monkton

ANDREW ZACHARY JEWELL

MONKTON — Andrew Zachary Jewell, 18, of Monkton, Vt., passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his loved ones after a long courageous battle with sickness. 

Andrew is predeceased by his birth mother, Sarrah Ogilvie, and grandfather Chet Jewell. Andrew is survived by his loving parents, Glen and Kim Jewell; his birth father, Eric Bresnick; siblings Christopher, Melissa and Akara Jewell and Bethany, Taylor, and Dylan Bresnick; grandmother Joyce Jewell; grandmother-mimi Patty Ogilvie; nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles, and lots of extended family and friends that loved him so very much. 

He was predeceased by his grandparents Merrill and Judy Carter.

Andrew was a happy boy and always had a smile on his face for everyone he met. He loved his cars and trucks with doors and hood that opened, and he would take the tires off them! He also loved his golf cart and going for rides. He enjoyed moving all the vehicles that were in the driveway and always wanted them by his bedroom window. He loved his stuffed animals and soft blankets. 

We want to thank the Bristol first responders and all of Andrew’s extensive doctor team for all that they have done to help Andrew. 

Flowers and donations are accepted in Andrew’s honor to the Jewell family, 1915 Hardscrabble Road, Bristol VT 05443. A celebration of his life will be this spring with information to follow,  To send online condolences to his family please visit www.brownmcclayfuneralhomes.com.◊

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