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Andrew B. Casagranda

Updated: Dec 8, 2023

Andrew Burt Casagranda passed away suddenly on November 21,

2023 at the age of 58 from an aortic dissection. He was born in Sioux City,

Iowa to the late Antoney and Helen Casagranda on November 14th 1965.

Andy is survived by the love of his life, Sherry, who was by his side

when he passed. They were married for 33 years. He is also survived by

his stepson, William Romagna, his step grandchildren

Christopher and Marlie Romagna, his brother David Casagranda and his

wife Deborah, brother John Casagranda and his wife Terrie, sister Julie

Casagranda and her partner Donald Del Core. He also leaves behind his

many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.

Andy graduated from Montville High School in 1983. He also trained

with the American Science University in Aurora, Colorado as a Certified

Nutritionist. After working multiple jobs in his field and owning The Natural

Edge, a vitamin and supplement store in Groton, he started his dream

position with Designs for Health in 2006 and worked in Product

Development and was a Clinical Support Specialist. Andy’s passion for his

work and being a part of the Designs for Health family was one of the

highlights of his life.

Besides his family Andy loved his two cats, his Las Vegas Raiders,

fishing, watching boxing and mma, relaxing with a cigar and bourbon while

watching the birds outside, also soaking in his hot tub everyday. He was

also, a fan of Jim Carey and horror movies. Above all he was an avid golfer.

Guess you could say Andrew Casagranda loved life! All of us who knew

him are going to miss his infectious sense of humor. It always made him

happy when someone laughed at his jokes which came often. Andy was

the most caring, compassionate, loving and funny person who’s hugs

always made people feel secure and so loved. He will be missed dearly.

To honor Andy’s memory, we will be holding a celebration of life at a time and location to be determined in the very near future.

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Oh my brother you will be missed. Wak-dak you left us too early.

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