Andrew J. Lennert
June 12, 1925 - April 14, 2013
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Andrew J. Lennert, Sr. 87, of Lincroft passed away on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Andrew was born in Brooklyn, NY. He served in the US Army in World War II. He graduated from Syracuse University College of Environmental Science in 1950. Prior to his retirement in 1988, Andrew was a landscapre architect for the NJ …
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Linda Lenartowicz Weiksnar left a message on May 23, 2014:
I was so sorry to hear of Mr. Lennert's passing. He was my brother's Scout Master and for a while, my nephew's also. Every young man should have his own Mr. Lennert to look up to. My brother and many of his friends attained the rank of Eagle Scout with Mr. Lennert's guidance; and I well remember working with those young men on their projects. My own son is now in Scouting, and because of the amazing example set by Mr. Lennert, I volunteer with his troop. I wish my son could have had time with this wonderful, encouraging, awesome role model. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Norbert Gambuzza left a message on April 18, 2014:
I feel privileged to have known Andy Lennert during my association with Troop 110. He was a leader whose example has impacted so many lives, including my two sons. Marie and I, and our family express our condolences.
Lee Marconi left a message on April 18, 2014:
On behalf of all of the Scouts and Scouters in Monmouth Council, Boy Scouts of America, our condolences and thoughts to Andy's family. Andy was a truly dedicated lifelong Scouter and had a tremendous influence over the hundreds of Scouts and families who were involved with Troop 110. He will be greatly missed. Lee Marconi, Scout Executive
Fred & Becky Weber left a message on April 18, 2014:
Mr. Lennert was an important figure in our son Jeff's young life as he progressed through the ranks to become another of the Eagle Scouts from Troop 110. Andy's commitment to and positive influence on the young men who knew him can not be measured in words. We send our heart felt sympathy to his family.
ROGER AND ANN OGILVIE left a message on April 18, 2014:
So sorry to hear of Andy,s passing. He was such an inspiration to all, for his dedication and detailed planning. His actions set such a good example of the correct way to approach life. He is remembered each time our family gathers around a campfire or camps together. ONLY burnable items in the fire, NO garbage. Put the fire out completely, NO embers. Proper way to pitch camp, place latrine, prepare for rain and on and on. He will be missed but not forgotten.
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Tom Hoyt left a message on April 18, 2014:
A strong man who built boys into strong men. "Andy" made such a difference in my life and the lives of all the other eagle scouts who had the privilege of being in Troop 110. Andy's patient guidance and firm and unwavering sense of what was right and what was wrong has helped me in many aspects of my life. A true loss of a great man.
Ann Marie left a message on April 17, 2014:
Dear Mary Alice & Family, May God grant you strength to bear this sad loss of your beloved husband/father/grandfather. Andy was a very talented man - not only with his artistic landscaping, but also in leading many young men in Scout troops. Most of all, he was a loving family man and I know he will be deeply missed. With our love, Ann Marie & Logan
Gregory Maguire left a message on April 17, 2014:
Andrew Lennert saw me through to Eagle Scout and for that I am supremely grateful. I, like a lot of teenagers, did not always see the significance of this achievement. He did and he took a personal interest in not only me, but all who were in his Troop. I have so many fond memories from his stories at the camp fires to his patient and steady approach as a leader of a large troop of boys. The experience stayed with me through life and now, with my son in Scouts, has inspired me to hope to give back to my community, in the way that Andrew Lennert did, as I enter training to be an Assistant Scoutmaster in Troop 709. Rest in peace Andrew Lennert, you have been a hero and an inspiration.
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