Andrew Vice

Andrew Vice

He was born in Fort Wayne on July 16, 1980 to Charles and Amy (Bair) Vice. He graduated from Central Noble High School in the class of 1999, and recieved his Associates degree from ITT Tech in 2002.

On May 20, 2000 he married Jamie (Coney) Vice at the Albion Weslyan Church in Albion. She survives also in Albion. Andy was a lifetime member of the Albion community and was involved in many aspects. He was a Cub Scout Leader for Albion #3111, he coached the Central Noble 7th grade JV girls basketball, and also high school, and coached the sixth grade boys basketball team for Central Noble. He was also a little league baseball coach in Albion. He was the IT coordinator for the Noble County Public Library, and former Tech Specialist for the Central Noble School Corporation. Currently he was a Network Engineer for the Huntington County Community School Corporation since July of 2007. He also enjoyed playing sports, golfing, fishing, watching his kids play sports, video and computer games and jumping on the trampoline with his kids. Above all, he was a devoted father, husband, son and brother.

Surviving are his wife, Jamie; two sons, Rece Andrew and Landen Drew Vice; a daughter, Kaitlyn Nicole Vice, all of Albion; parents, Charles and Amy Vice of Albion; brothers, Cory (Ashley) Vice of Garrett, Tony Vice of Albion, Alex Vice of Albion.; and Mother and Father-in-law, Gary and Carol Coney of Albion, and in laws, Shane (Tammy) Coney of Albion and Carrey and Dylan Coney of Avilla.; Maternal grandparents, Lynn and Anita Bair of Churubusco, and paternal grandparents, Holly Hovarter of Albion and Jerry Vice of St. John, Michigan.

Funeral services will be Friday, October 9 at the Central Noble High School Auditorium at 11 a.m.  with Pastor Jim Barnes officiating. Visitation will be from 2-8 on Thursday at Brazzell Funeral Home, Albion Chapel. Burial will be at Rose Hill Cemetery in Albion.

Memorials in loving memory of Andy Vice are to his children’s education fund at Community State Bank in Albion.

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