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Andrew J DeMambro
July 13, 1949 ~ August 5, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Andrew Joseph DeMambro of Walpole, known affectionately as Andy, passed away peacefully on August 5, 2023, in Needham, Massachusetts. Born on July 13, 1949, in Boston, Massachusetts, Andy lived a life full of love, passion, and dedication to his family, friends, and interests.
Andy studied business at Boston College, setting the foundation for a successful 30-year career in sales management within the electronics industry. Despite his career achievements, Andy never let his work overshadow the importance of his family and personal life.
Family was the cornerstone of Andy's life. He was the beloved husband of Dale DeMambro for 50 years, a devoted father to his son, Andrew DeMambro, and his daughter, Jennifer Hugueley. He was also a cherished father-in-law to Valerie DeMambro, and a doting Papa to Noah Hugueley and Mason & Ryker DeMambro. His love for his family was evident in his everyday actions. As the brother to William, John, Ann Marie Callahan, and the late Francis DeMambro, Andy also cherished the bond he shared with his siblings.
Andy's passion for golf was well-known among his friends and family. He enjoyed not only playing the sport but also the camaraderie and friendly competition it brought. His love for the outdoors also extended to his own yard and pool, where he spent countless hours maintaining and enjoying them.
In addition to golf, Andy had a love for all of the Boston sports teams, especially the Boston College Eagles. He spent many seasons coaching his children’s soccer, basketball, baseball and softball teams, combining his love for sports and dedication to his family and community.
In his basement, Andy had a full workshop where he crafted beautiful pieces for his home and his family. His hands created not just furniture, but memories and heirlooms that his family will cherish for years to come.
In his later years, Andy served as the president of the Norwood Retired Men's Club, a role he embraced with enthusiasm and dedication. His leadership and active participation in this club exemplified his commitment to his community and his desire to stay engaged and active in his retirement.
Andy's memory will continue to live on in the hearts of all who knew and loved him. His departure is a significant loss, but his life and memories remain a blessing to all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
Visiting hours will be held Monday evening from 4-7 at The Alexander F.Thomas and Sons Funeral Home, 45 Common Street, Walpole. A memorial service will be held Tuesday morning at 10:00 at the Union Congregational Church, 55 Rhoades Ave, East Walpole. Interment will follow at Knollwood Memorial Park, Canton.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The First Tee of Massachusetts, https://www.massgolf.org/play/first-tee/
or to the Walpole Scholarship Foundation, https://www.walpolescholarshipfoundation.org/