Andrew Joseph Marisko Jr

andrew marisko jr
Andrew J, Marisko, Jr. passed away at his home at the age of 63. He is survived by his son Andrew J, Marisko, III, sister Sue Marisko and girlfriend Mary Liedl. The family asks that familiy and friends have a shot of Tequila in his memory. Private family services will be held.

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  1. Andrew was a hell of a guy and a hell of a friend. I have known him since we were kids. We did a lot of crazy things. Had a lot of good times. He will be missed. He will be missed.

  2. I feel like I got hit by artillery!
    He was a great friend and Harley mechanic always there to lend a hand when I was changing cams etc… Just as long as I had cold beer in the frig! Ha! My neighbor in Fremont for many years and was my best riding buddy. We would disappear into the Sierra’s days at a time with no direction…cruising. So now when I am tracking him down after he retired to Montana I come across this?! Damn, Damn, Damn. My best to the family, but what the hell happened. Andy was still young! Will miss his companionship on our bikes and his mentoring on tricking them out

  3. Have known Andy since 1968 we were in Woodside High togother had lots of fun and crazy stuff, You are lucky if you have one best friend as good as Andy was…………………………..I think of him Daily…………………….


    • CandleI found his fb last year, as I sat here w my Mom. I showed her his page, she told me she reached out once and mentioned no response. I was thinking of sending him some fun photos…I did a Google search and found this…I am devastated….
      When I was young, i thought next to my Dad, Andy was the coolest dude I knew…I was being raised in the presence of Andy, Clay, Steve and Maria and my dad Carl…
      I wish I hadn’t waited….not sure what happened…but I will never forget you Andy…motorcycle rides, Christmas’, I hope you and Dad are together. You were the best!

  4. I lost track of my friend. He was my husband’s best friend and my friend since I was 15. My heart aches and I’m so sorry I lost track of time. I love you Andy. You know it. I’ll see you soon my friend.

  5. Sorry for your lost . I didn’t know he passed away. I had worked with him for 7 years. He will be missed but not forgotten.

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