Andrew P. Varga

                April 18, 1971 – August 8, 2016

Andrew Paul Varga, 45, went peacefully into
the arms of GOD Monday in his residence.

He was born in South Bend on April 18, 1971 to the late
Frank Thomas Varga and Rosemary Anne (Gasko) Siatkowski.
He graduated from Mishawaka High School in 1989 and
attended Southwest Michigan College.  Andy loved music and
did some D.J.ing,  He also loved sports, especially Notre Dame
football and basketball, the Chicago Cubs, and his beloved
New England Patriots.  When he was younger he loved his
BMX biking with his friends.  Andy was employed by
South Bend Modern Molding, Inc., Mishawaka as a Mold
Operator.

Surviving to cherish his memory is his daughter Sidney M.
Varga of South Bend, his mother and step-father Rosemary A. and
Richard J. Siatkowski of Granger, his brother and sister-in-law
Christian T. and Melissa Varga including his two nephews Benjamin and
Samuel Varga of Osceola, his grandmother Elizabeth K. Flood of
Bremen, aunts and uncles: Barbara (Lewis) Whitehead of Bremen,
Kathryn Gasko of Van Nuys, CA, Linda Gasko of Mishawaka, Joyce
Crawford of Bremen, Judy (Steve) Toombs of Los Angeles, CA. Others
include three step-sisters: Eileen Phillips of Cincinnati, OH, Suzanne
Novotny of  Pleasant View, TN, Charlene McDonald of Mishawaka, a
great-aunt Elizabeth Hojnacki of Mishawaka, the late uncle John S.
Varga jr., the late grandparents John and Rose Varga, and many cousins.

Friends may come visit with the family at McGann Hay
Funerals | Cremations | Gatherings, Granger Chapel, 13260
SR 23, Enter off Cherry Roadfrom Noon to 2:00 pm Saturday
Aug. 13th with the Rosary and Memorial Service to celebrate
Andy’s life beginning at 2:00 pm with Rev. Bill Meininger,
Associate Pastor at St. Pius X Catholic Church, officiating.

Andy lost the battle with his addiction, so the family asks
that in lieu of flowers that those wishing to make a donation in
Andy’s memory to Narcotics Anonymous at www.NA.org.
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