ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Andrew Maus, 89 years old, born on November 22, 1930, and passed away on October 15, 2020. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Andrew Maus on October 31, 2020
My sister Arlene posted my tribute but I wanted to say a few more things. Since your passing Dad, I have not been able to stop thinking about you. I have been remembering all kinds of things that had been tucked away in my memory that I haven't thought about for many years. God blessed me with the best Father I could have had. You taught me so many life lessons when I was a young boy and a teenager. At the time I didn't quite get it, but I also never forgot any of it. When I left home at 18 and joined the Navy, I was well equipped to be on my own thanks to you. As I went on into my 20's and 30's, all those life lessons you taught me made complete sense, and everything I have achieved has been possible because of the guidance you provided to me as I stumbled through childhood and adolescence. We had our moments when we didn't quite agree with each other, but we never stopped loving or respecting each other. You were also a good role model for me on how a husband should treat his wife and take care of his family. Through your example, Lisa and I have become best friends and soul mates. I will never forget you Dad. I have many fond memories of our family's life and activities in Fishkill, the NY World's Fair, Palisades Park, Coney Island, fishing with you at Captree, Jones Beach, our summer trips to Jacksonville, FL, Arlene Gardens, Olmstead Ave, Houghton Ave, Putnam Lake, Sprout Lake, Lake Lincolndale and Ft Lauderdale. I know with all my heart that you are in Heaven with Arnold right now. God gave you the task to raise a family and be the leader and you did a wonderful job. Thank you for showing me how to live a wonderful life.

Your Loving Son,
Andrew
Posted by Bradford Madey on October 26, 2020
There aren’t any words that can truly define the person you were, but for the ones I can say, is that you were the most amazing man, you did everything from your heart and always put everyone first. You made sure everyone around you was happy even if you weren’t, I loved everything you did for your family and friends. I couldn’t ask for a better Grandfather. I will see you again one day. I love you very much, you will truly be missed. xoxoxo
Posted by Alysha Payette on October 26, 2020
You were an amazing soul. I only knew you for a short four years or so, but you definitely made a big impact on my life that you probably don’t even know. You and Rita showed me that real true love exist in this world, 63 years of marriage, happiness, through the good and the bad, and loyalty and it means so much to see that a real true love like that still exists. You also showed me that you were a major fighter. From falling at the voter campaign, and coming back walking and strong out of rehab, from going through cancer once and conquering it, from the fun parties and holidays we spent with one another for four years seeing you and you wife laugh and hearing your amazing stories. You were an amazing person and truly a part of my heart. I hope your resting in peace and no longer in pain. I love you. God bless you. You will always be remembered.
Posted by Lisa Maus on October 25, 2020
Thank you Andrew Maus for being a kind, understanding, and accepting father-in-law.  One of the last times we were together, you listened to me very patiently and with compassion pour out my heart to you about the pain of seeing my neices grow up in a very bad environment. That has not been resolved yet. However, you have arrived at your heavenly reward and are now reunited with your sons, Arnold and Arthur. Thank you for loving your family as much as you did and raising Andrew, Jr. And Arlene as you did. They are both fiNE human beings and a wonderful legacy you have left behind. We will all miss you very much.
Posted by John Moss on October 25, 2020
We will all miss you Uncle Andrew. You were a nice and kind Uncle to me and my brothers and also a great older brother to my Dad. Rest In Peace.
Posted by Chris Pircio on October 25, 2020
It was a pleasure knowing you Andy. You were always friendly, and kind to my family. Thank you for your service and Rest in Peace sir
Posted by Mark Lambert on October 24, 2020
Thanks for the time we shared. To Andrew Maus, be with the lord our God. We shall be together one day.
Posted by Arlene Marie Lambert on October 24, 2020
Thank you everyone for your condolences and kind words. My Dad had a very peaceful transition and he knew that he was surrounded by people who love him. My Dad was 89 yrs old. He would have reached his 90th birthday on Nov 22nd. He was the kind of man who always put the needs of others above his own. He was a quiet and very reserved man who never ever bragged about himself, but if he saw something that he thought wasn't right or a person in trouble, he was the first one to step up and take action. He and my Mom have been married for 63 years. They got married in May 1957 in Bronx, NY and they raised 3 children. My father was 100% committed to his family and he always set a good example for us kids when we were growing up. He was strict when necessary but most of the time we got to see his soft, loving and teaching side. We did things as a family and my Dad did a wonderful job with sharing his interests in the the ocean, American history and the outdoors with us and he taught us many things. He planned some kind of a family day trip almost every weekend. He had a high school education but he possessed a vast knowledge of common sense. He loved math and he was a human calculator. When we went shopping anywhere he always knew what the total of our purchase was way before the cashier checked us out. He would just give us a look and and utter the total and I'm not kidding when I say that he was never wrong. My Dad was a man of many talents. He could literally fix anything that was not beyond repair. I remember many times saying to my Dad, "How did you know how to fix that?" And each time he'd show me step by step what he did. 

My Dad loved God, his family and his country . For me and my brother, he was our hero, for my Mom, he was the man of her dreams, for his Mother he was a son to be proud of, for his siblings he was a brother who could always be counted on and for everyone else he was the best friend they could have had. We will always love and remember him. I love you Dad. ❤️

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Posted by Andrew Maus on October 31, 2020
My sister Arlene posted my tribute but I wanted to say a few more things. Since your passing Dad, I have not been able to stop thinking about you. I have been remembering all kinds of things that had been tucked away in my memory that I haven't thought about for many years. God blessed me with the best Father I could have had. You taught me so many life lessons when I was a young boy and a teenager. At the time I didn't quite get it, but I also never forgot any of it. When I left home at 18 and joined the Navy, I was well equipped to be on my own thanks to you. As I went on into my 20's and 30's, all those life lessons you taught me made complete sense, and everything I have achieved has been possible because of the guidance you provided to me as I stumbled through childhood and adolescence. We had our moments when we didn't quite agree with each other, but we never stopped loving or respecting each other. You were also a good role model for me on how a husband should treat his wife and take care of his family. Through your example, Lisa and I have become best friends and soul mates. I will never forget you Dad. I have many fond memories of our family's life and activities in Fishkill, the NY World's Fair, Palisades Park, Coney Island, fishing with you at Captree, Jones Beach, our summer trips to Jacksonville, FL, Arlene Gardens, Olmstead Ave, Houghton Ave, Putnam Lake, Sprout Lake, Lake Lincolndale and Ft Lauderdale. I know with all my heart that you are in Heaven with Arnold right now. God gave you the task to raise a family and be the leader and you did a wonderful job. Thank you for showing me how to live a wonderful life.

Your Loving Son,
Andrew
Posted by Bradford Madey on October 26, 2020
There aren’t any words that can truly define the person you were, but for the ones I can say, is that you were the most amazing man, you did everything from your heart and always put everyone first. You made sure everyone around you was happy even if you weren’t, I loved everything you did for your family and friends. I couldn’t ask for a better Grandfather. I will see you again one day. I love you very much, you will truly be missed. xoxoxo
Posted by Alysha Payette on October 26, 2020
You were an amazing soul. I only knew you for a short four years or so, but you definitely made a big impact on my life that you probably don’t even know. You and Rita showed me that real true love exist in this world, 63 years of marriage, happiness, through the good and the bad, and loyalty and it means so much to see that a real true love like that still exists. You also showed me that you were a major fighter. From falling at the voter campaign, and coming back walking and strong out of rehab, from going through cancer once and conquering it, from the fun parties and holidays we spent with one another for four years seeing you and you wife laugh and hearing your amazing stories. You were an amazing person and truly a part of my heart. I hope your resting in peace and no longer in pain. I love you. God bless you. You will always be remembered.
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