• Andrew Gene Schielke

  • Andrew Gene Schielke, 54, of Fort Washington, PA passed away peacefully on December 7, 2019 in his home. Andrew was born in Ridgewood, NJ
    on November 30, 1965.

    Andrew was the loving son of Henry Robert (Bob) and Lois Jane Schielke of Leesburg , FL.,

    Andrew earned his high school diploma from Oakcrest High School in Atlantic County, New Jersey.

    After high school, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and served his country domestically and overseas as a Jet Engine Mechanic. He was a member of the prestigious Gun Smoke Team.

    After his service time, he graduated from the Restaurant School in Philadelphia, PA. Subsequently, he earned both a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Youth Ministry and Christian Counseling from Eastern College in St David’s, PA. His passion was working with youth.

    Andrew is survived by his parents, Bob and Lois, brothers Robert W. (Kathy) and James H. (Desi) along with nieces, nephews, a grandnephew and a grandniece.

    Funeral services will be private for the family.

    Memorial donations in memory of Andrew can be made to Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 1119 Church Road, Oreland, PA 19075.

    Arrangements by Shaeff-Myers Funeral Home


  • Tributes

    • So sad and shocked to hear this! He will be missed by all that live here at somerset house! Prayers to his family!

      December 12, 2019 Julie and james
    • What a genuine, loving person! A real blessing to all of us who knew him

      December 12, 2019 Doug and Jolee
    • I will miss my friend and neighbor that I knew for the past 10 years. Andrew and I were really close to each other I helped over the years since he had his issues but put that aside Andrew is and will always Be a Great person I now have a whole in my heart.
      May God enjoy your company as much as we all have R I P my friend. I will miss you and miss the times we have spent together .
      Jim and Megan McKee.
      Say hello to my Mother and Sister

      December 13, 2019 jim mckee

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