In Memory of Andrew Gwin GILMER

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Service Date:   December 29, 2012, 11:00 am

Date of Birth:   August 27, 1948

Date of Death:   December 22, 2012

Service Type:   Celebration of Life

Life Legacy:
Andrew Gwin Gilmer, 64, passed away from brain cancer on Dec. 22nd while in the comfort of his own home with his family by his bedside. Originally from Mississippi, he is a Retired Vietnam Veteran who was worked as a programmer for the District Court of Seattle at the time of his passing. He is survived by his wife Trudy, daughter Jenny Benson(Chris) and their children, Jordan, Adam, & Natasha, daughter Christy Green and her children, Devin and Caden. Services will be held at All Saints Lutheran Church(27225 Military Rd S., Auburn, 98001) Dec. 29th at 11 AM. See for full obituary with photos.

Messages of Condolence:

"So sorry to hear this news. We were close growing up (first cousins).lots of good memories of our childhood."
- Anthony Gilmer

"I had the privilege of having you as my father. You were there for your family from day one and never complained even in times where you should have. You will forever be loved and known as the best husband, father, grandfather, and friend anyone could ever have. We are all so blessed to have been part of your life. I love and miss you so much!"
- Christy Green

"The Carthage, Mississippi High School Class of 1967 sends their sincere condolences to Gwin's family. Gwin was a kind quiet young man with a smile that made others smile. He was well thought of and we were proud to have him as part of our class. We hope that you will find peace as you move through the days ahead. You are in our thoughts and prayers and have our deepest sympathies. "
- Janelle Everett Bryant

"I would like to offer my condolences to my aunt and cousins. Andy was a dedicated husband and loving father, I will miss the great comic team that he and my aunt made."
- Jeff Leonard

"I am thankful for having Andy as a brother-in-law for these many years. My heart and prayers go out to Trudy, Jenny, and Christie. I will always remember Andy as a dedicated family man with a warm, infectious smile . . . and often the target of my playful teasing. They are all smiling in Heaven today. God just gave Andy a hammer and asked him to help out with some home repairs."
- Jim Leonard

"I had the privilege of working with Andy. He was a kind, gentle man , always ready with a smile and infectious sense of joy in even the small things. My thoughts and Prayers go out to Trudy and the family, he will be missed."
- Karan Waterman

"Andy you will be missed not only by your family but all of us. Watching you stroll along the neighborhood with peace of mind we always good to see during our time there. Your journey has just begun and we know you will make it a good one. K & T. "
- Kenny & Tracy Rogers

"Sorry about your loss and our loss too. He will surely be missed. He was always a joy to be around. I will always remember the fun times golfing, getting irish cream lattes, walks, computer geek talk, his army stories, etc. etc. etc."
- Max Springer

"Andy was a long time friend, buddy and overall great guy. We will miss Andy more than I can say. Love you, Andy..."
- The Ralls

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