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Michael G.
Andorfer

Andorfer, Michael G.
Found peace on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 age 62 years. He will be dearly missed by his loving children: Milinda (Michael) Mueller and Erik Andorfer. His siblings: Robert Scott (Janna) Andorfer, Michele (Timothy) Dake and Patricia (Jerry) Wesa. Further missed by nephews, nieces, other family and friends.

Please join us in a celebration of Mike’s life at the “Family Center” at Wisconsin Memorial Park 12875 W. Capitol Drive, Brookfield on Sunday November 1, 2015 from 1-4 P.M.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the East Troy Railroad are appreciated.

Past Comments

sharon wendland

Mike you were a great neighbor. You will be missed. Always snowblowing our sidewalk for us in the winter. And helping me find our cat when it got loose. I hope your are happy whereve you are. And I send prayers to your family.

Your neighbors
David and Sharon Wendland

Judy Luellwitz. (Kline)

Sent a gift in memory of Michael G. Andorfer

Tommy

Mike and I grew together with the guys from Brute Force.We loved him dearly.He was a true gentleman.He was Brute Forces sound man and ass. equip. manager.He never missed a gig,he was always there.He and I used to walk to school everyday dissing on each other to see who could come up with the funniest cut.Our hearts are broken , we Brute Force members know that he’s in the Brute Force mansion in the sky with Newton,Rick and Johnny.We will miss him always,but he’ll always be with us.Love you Andy. Tommy

Judy Luellwitz. (Kline)

My thoughts and prayers very sorry to hear this news. Was also a old friend of Michaels from the 70’s. Took his sports car to my brothers wedding. Played board games at his apartment. Cookouts in Whitnall Park fond memories. Until we meet again peace be with you Michael.

sharon wendland

My deepest sympathy’s to Mike’s Family!!!

I have been Mike’s neighbor for as long as he lived there.
We had many talks in our backyards about all kinds of from chipmunks( which he hated)
to him showing the new tricks he showed his dogs!!!
He was a nice guy, who gave me one of his lawnmower’s when mine broke down and asked nothing in return!!
He will be missed!!!
Rest In Peace Mike!!!
your neighbors,
Dave and Sharon Wendland

Tim Delaney

It’s with great sadness that I learned of Mike’s passing. He and I were the closest of pals for many years. After our high school graduations, Mike and I bought small motorcycles and spent the better part of 1972 just buzzing around on those bikes. He always told us of his escapades with a co-worker at Pepi’s pizza where he worked. I recall one time when someone at Pepi’s put a dead mouse in Mikes boot. We all thought it was funny, not Mike.
It probably had a few bites of those pizzas he made.Whether it was riding out to Army Lake for a swim, heading to Der Weinerschnitzel on 76th and Oklahoma for a “kraut dog” (his favorite), or playing hours on end of pinball down at the airport, Mike was a true friend. When he joined the Air Force our galavanting ways ended for awhile. Mike was stationed in southern California, and myself, Kurt, Dave and Dave all bought this beat-up old van and drove out to visit him. I always thought he went AWOL as we spent so much time in CA together, we’ll never know. I recall us all going to Tijuana Mexico, buying switchblades and cheap tequila, and the five of us sleeping out under the stars, daring each other to swallow the worm from the bottle (Mike finally did it to shut us all up). He had this great little orange sports car that went about 150 MPH, or so it seemed. He enjoyed scaring the heck out of us in that little car.

Just a few years ago the Brute Force band had a get-together in Franklin, WI. Mike was always a great pal to the band, always there to lend a hand, mixing sound for us, running lights that we “appropriated” during the Christmas season. When we saw each other before our show, we chatted and laughed like we never missed a step. And while some folks went home a little early from the gig, Mike stayed to help us pack up, just like he had always done 40 years earlier.

I know Mikes in a better place. I hope we can all share a smile when we think of Mike, and what he meant to us all. God speed my friend, I’ll keep you in my prayers.

Tim Delaney

John J Behrendt

” Andy” as we called him, was one of our Roadies foremost, a sound tech, security, a jokester, and a respected & reliable friend. Brute Force (the band) will certainly always miss his smiling face. God speed, Andy!

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