Not a single day will go by where I will not miss you. We have so many crazy and wonderful memories and listening to our favorite tunes! Until we meet again! Love you and see you on the other side!! ❤️
We used to sit next to each other when we were in sales at Cinergy. We got a lot less work done when we were in the office. You were always smiling and laughing. You were born to be a salesman, everyone was attracted to you like a moth to a flame. The world is a little less bright now. You are missed by MANY.
RIP my friend,
He was a great guy and always had a smile on his face! He will be missed dearly by his 711 Tavern friends!
Andy you were such fun!
We always had great fun and lots of laughs.
I will forever miss your beautiful self.
Prayers for your family.
My deepest condolences. I haven’t seen Andy for many years but remember him very well. My heart goes out to his friends and family.
During my years at Cinergy Andy was one of my favorite people. We clicked from the first time they moved my desk to be near his and I heard him listening to R Kelly, many jokes and after work drinks from that point on. Andy’s humor and enthusiasm at work was always uplifting and I have enjoyed talking with him throughout the years and running into him when I’m in town. Andy will be greatly missed and always remembered
I worked with Andy at MH. I haven’t worked with him for a few years, but I enjoyed laughing and cutting up with him. My condolences to his family and friends. He will be missed for sure.
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Andy Neal David Yarber, 55, passed away at his home on Wednesday June 15th 2022. Andy was born in North Carolina on November 28th, 1966.
Andy was the most kind, caring, and compassionate person. He truly had a heart of gold and always had a smile on his face. He would do anything to make people smile and would drop anything to be by your side. Andy had many passions but sports was one of his favorite pastimes. His favorite teams were the Pittsburg Steelers, Notre Dame, IU, and the Cubs. Andy also loved watching Nascar. Andy adored hanging out with his friends watching sporting events, especially his best friends Walt Caswell and John Modlin. He also had a nickname that he went by to the people closest to him, Drew. The most important person in his life he life was his sister, Amy Rutko. He spent so much time with her hanging out at the pool with her, Jim, and Amy Mayhugh. They always enjoyed spending time together and listening to each other’s playlist. Andy, Jim, Amy & Amy also spent every August on a beach trip to Panama City Beach. Andy always looked forward to the beach trip every year with them relaxing and soaking up the sun. Andy and his sister Amy were truly best friends. Andy also adored spending time with his corgi that he loved, Indy.
Andy will be missed by his siblings; Amy (Jim) Rutko, Jenni (Chance) Webster, Chris Little, and Ben Baxter. Andy had many nieces and nephews; Jared Michael Shake, Jordan James Rutko (fiancé Bri Grimm), Kai (Maddie) Webster, Kyra (Garrett) Hoss, Keeli Webster as well as great nieces and nephews; Jasey Lynn Rutko and Jasper James Rutko. He also leaves behind his father James Yarber and longtime friends; John Modlin, Walt Caswell, and Amy Mayhugh.
Andy is preceded in death by his mother Phyllis Gayle Yarber and sister Nancy Lynn Yarber Rowley.
A Celebration of Andy’s life will be at Sunset Funeral Home on Monday June 27, 2022. Visitation will be Monday from 10am to 12pm with service at 12pm with a burial to follow at Sunset Memorial Park.
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