Andrew Steven Titze, age 42, made his last playlist on December 28th, 2019. Though his body has been slowly changing over the last 8 years due to Multiple Sclerosis, his end of life was a sudden and unexpected event due to a pulmonary embolism.
He is survived by his powerhouse wife Heidi of thirteen years and his two greatest accomplishments Wilbert (age 7) and Owen (age 5). Other accomplishments include growing a sweet beard, winning multiple baseball and football fantasy league championships, schooling anyone on random bird or music facts, and he always had the brightest smile in the room.
Additionally, he is survived by his incredibly handsome brothers Nic (Jill), Adam (Katina), Bryce (Lyndsey) Jake, the sister who put up with them all; Jeana (Kenny), proud parents Cyndee and Jason Emmons and Steve and Karen Titze. He is also blessed with his loving aunts and uncles and endless cousins and friends.
Andy was a diehard baseball fan (go Twins!), he loved seeing a good live show and hanging out with his tribe. He would also say that if he could have any superpower it would be "The Powers of Digestion" so he'd be able to eat everything and never get full. Andy was a gifted craftsman and worked as a custom cabinet builder for Galloping Cabinents before MS took that ability away from him.
A public visitation will be on Friday, January 3rd from 4p.m.-7p.m. at the Huber Funeral home in Mound. The funeral will be on Saturday January 4th with visitation at 10a.m. and service starting at 11a.m. at Oak Knoll Lutheran Church in Minnetonka.
The family is accepting donations for the MS Society because Heidi can't seem to keep plants alive.
As those close to Andy would say "If you were in his inner circle, you were a made man".
Never forget. Brown Bear out.