In Loving Memory of

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Andy Jones

Andy Jones was the most wonderful, kind, caring and hilarious human being you could possibly meet.

Soul mate to Laura, Loving Son, Wonderful Brother and Caring Uncle. He brought joy and laughter to all the people who knew him, but he was also a sensitive soul that always looked after others.

A massive music, fan he loved listening to music and attended many gigs & festivals over the years, and the last 14 years of his life he shared these amazing experiences with his loving partner Laura whom he lived with in their home in Manchester.

Old school gamer and a passion for computers were a core part of Andy, from excitingly receiving his first Spectrum ZX in the early 80s, to studying computing in College and University, to then become Andy’s career as a software coder and technical lead.

Andy was taken away way too soon at the young age of 50, he will be sadly missed by his many friends and family, and leaves a massive hole in his partner Laura’s life.

Andy would want this memorial to be a celebration of his life and all the happy memories that you shared with him, so please remember him for the gorgeous person that he was – night night sweetie you will always be in our hearts x

  

 

 

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Alex Butele

Friend & wingman for many years on the Shrewsbury circuit. Gone too soon but not forgotten. Rest in peace buddy! …

Sati Nagra

Andy was a great guy with a heart of gold. We stayed at his house once when on a night out in Shrewsbury. Woke in the morning and he was cooking us all a slap up breakfast. Happy days. Very kind and generous at heart coupled with his sarcastic wit he was always fun …

Simon Hope

Andy was an amazing friend who will be sorely missed by everyone that was privileged to know him. He was a kind and caring person. He loved music, computers and gaming, but most importantly Laura who I know he worshiped, would do anything for and loved to bits. We can’t believe he has gone. …

Steve Bignell

Peace be with you Andy.  It was great catching up and spending time with you and Laura (and the little green alien) at Glastonbury and I loved your interest in Space and your posts of the Space X launches back in 2020.  Party on, and when I do get to Glastonbury I will have …

Rob Donovan

I only knew Andy for less than a year after starting to work with him in 2021. I will dearly miss our daily chats about ProIV, politics and computer games, in between our work chat. With living outside the UK, we never met in person, but I was looking forward to meeting and having …

Karen, Richard and Emily Outram

Remembering Andy Jones today. You brought so much happiness to Laura and she will have so many amazing memories of you. You had great times together and so many festival adventures. The Blue Dot festival was a stand out for our family. It was good to share some of that day with you and …

Jan Forrest

So many Happy memories! Thank you for all the fun times Andy…. at V Festival with Liz and Steve, on Holiday holding Liz up 🤣  and Shrewsbury Nights out with Alex & John RIP ❤️  …

Jo

Oh Andy ❤️ This is our message from myself and Rach who I’m sure you’ve seen up there already. Wellies on and can of strongbow in hand 🙂 We had many good times at V and the laughter and joy of the Original E fest forum. I’m so glad you met the love of …

Bricklin Perkins

For the past year, I have had the pleasure of working indirectly with Andy.  He was in a different department so we only interacted during social activities.  Andy would join our Friday calls despite the time change, and always brought his humour to whatever we talking about – be it music, concerts, politics.  We …

Eric Copeland

I am deeply saddened about the passing of Andy Jones. I met Andy in early 2021 when he interviewed to join our team at Auditdata and I will not forget the first words that he said to me. It was in February of 2021, and I was looking quite rough after almost a year …
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