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Andy M
Dewan

Andrew (Andy) Dewan entered this earthly world on August 20, 1979 and departed on March 11, 2016 at the age of 36. A warm-hearted individual with a spirit like no other, he was the son of Anil & Dee Dewan, grandson of Bella Dewan, and nephew of Sunil & Rakhee Dewan, and Sumant & Renu Rawat. He is also survived by sisters Chantel Hendrickson married to Eric Hendrickson, twin Moni Orsillo married to Matthew Orsillo, Asha Dewan married to Jesse Erickson, Amber Cooney married to Matt Cooney, and cousins David Rawat, Meera Meyer, and Alyssa Dewan.

Andy was an avid rock climber, a football enthusiast, and had a special place in his heart for his nephews, Jonah, Caleb, and Micah Hendrickson, and nieces, Bella Dewan-Erickson, Anaiya Orsillo, and Kiera Cooney. Andy will be missed more than he could ever know, just as he missed his beloved grandfather Elliot Chand and grandmother Violet Kalyan-Masih.

In lieu of flowers or gifts, donations can be made in his name to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (www.NAMI.org).

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Terri Spicer

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Kim Marvin

I was fortunate to work with Andy in the recruiting department of Fiserv — he in the Brookfield, WI location and me in Lincoln, NE. One day he shared with me that his childhood home had been Lincoln and he was more than familiar with the Cornhuskers, former University coach Tom Osborne and Valentino’s pizza — a friendship was born! Andy took great pride in his work and was especially delighted when he learned that a childhood friend had been hired at the Lincoln campus. “Please take care of Trisha for me!” he said. Andy was quick to offer appreciation and encouragement and enjoyed the convenience of “Instant Messaging” technology so that he could easily communicate a “Hi! How is it going?” I am beyond grateful for the opportunity to greet him with a hug and enjoy a Fiserv dinner with him and fellow teammates in Brookfield recently.

My heart is heavy with the loss of a colleague and friend and extend my deepest sympathies to his family and close friends.

“Hear my cry, O God, listen to my prayer; from the end of the earth I call to you when my heart is faint. Lead me to the rock that is higher than I.” Psalms 61:1-2

Kim Marvin, Lincoln, NE

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