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Amy J. Andruscavage
October 19, 1965 ~ January 14, 2024 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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Amy J. Andruscavage, 58, of Shenandoah, passed away peacefully on early Sunday morning, January 14, 2024, at Pleasant Meadows Rehabilitation in Plymouth Meeting, PA.
Born in Pottsville on October 19, 1965, she was the daughter of the late Alfred Sr. and her surviving mother Anne (Wychulis) Andruscavage.
Besides her father, Amy was preceded by her brother Alfred Andruscavage Jr. in 2020.
She is survived by her Mom- Anne Andruscavage with her companion Jake Komara who was also her caregiver. A sister-in-law, Cheryl Stanitis, a nephew, Anthony Stanitis, a niece, Samantha Stanitis, great nieces- Zoey and Scarlett Rutkowsky, and very good friends- Virginia, Bob, and McKenzie Wuttke, and David Drumblusky.
Amy was employed by Avenues in Shenandoah until the Covid pandemic.
She was a member of the former St. Stephen’s Church in Shenandoah and the former St. Casimir’s Church in Mahanoy City. Amy was also a charter member of the Shenandoah Historical Society. She was a graduate of the I.U. 29 Marlin - Class of ’87. She was an avid “Barbie” collector and attended many Barbie conventions. Amy also enjoyed playing the slot machines at the casino. She loved her cats and her dog, a Pitbull – Stella.
Services will be private at the convenience of the family.
Contributions in Amy’s memory may be made to the Hillside SPCA, 51 SPCA Rd., Pottsville, Pa, 17901
The Oravitz Home for Funerals Inc, Shenandoah are entrusted with the arrangements.
To offer condolences, please visit: www.oravitzhomeforfunerals.com