Andrew Buchanan Gelesky

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Andrew Buchanan Gelesky

Andrew Buchanan Gelesky, 58, of Canal Street, Wheatland, died on Sunday morning, Nov. 4, 2018, at his residence.
Andy was born in Sharon, to the late Walter and Evelyn Buchanan Gelesky. He was employed by Pitt Ohio Express for the last 19 years. Andy loved to camp. Most important to him was his family.
Survivors include one son, Andrew Gelesky Jr. of Sharpsville; two grandchildren, Morgan and Reagan Gelesky; two brothers, Steven of Hermitage and Larry of Denver, Colo.; four sisters, Violet "Toots" Greenawalt and Marge Dillion, both of West Middlesex, Barbara Hibbard of Mercer and Lucille Shaffer of Transfer.
In addition to his parents, Andy is preceded in death by a granddaughter, Chloe Star; two sisters, Alice Cripps and Helen Boles-Camp; and one brother, Walter R. Gelesky.

GELESKY
Andrew Buchanan, 58, of Wheatland.
Calling hours: From 3 p.m. until the time of the service Wednesday (11-7-18) at SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 3126 Main St., West Middlesex.
Service: Funeral will be 6 p.m. Wednesday (11-7-18) at the funeral home, with Stacie Cox, lay pastor of the West Middlesex Presbyterian Church, officiating.
Published on November 5, 2018
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Lucille Shaffer
Nov 09, 2018
Andy, as a brother one of the best, Love&Miss; you so much.Love Cille
Danetta Harrold
Nov 07, 2018
I have known Andy since before I started working at pitt Ohio he was great guy of few words but always had a smile on his face you will be truly miss andrewski. Rest easy.
vicky davison
Nov 07, 2018
I am so sorry I cant make to see andy, I am really sick, I have been a friend of andy for about 30 years, I am so sorry for your loss and my prayers are with you all
Anna Marie, Randy & Family
Nov 06, 2018
Fly high Uncle Andy! You are now at peace and pain free. You will be dearly missed and we love you always. You were one strong man! To you cuz, were always here for you. Your dad was very proud of you and loved you and the girls so much. Love you always....