As some of you might know, my wife’s brother – Andrew Seffernick – was tragically killed riding his motorcycle in West Seattle on April 13th.
The response from family and friends at this very sad time has been amazing.
Andrew was a remarkable young man. He was thoughtful, creative and very funny. He had an incredible flair for wood and metal work which has left a permanent legacy welcome in the homes and gardens of many people in and around the city.
He was also just 2 years into his new life adventure, bringing up, caring for and inspiring his young son AJ.
Andrew loved Alki and he loved his skateboards, many of which he fashioned himself.
The family thought a fitting tribute would be to combine his three loves, family and friends, riding and the beach, with a memorial at the Alki Bath House on Sunday May 15th between 1pm and 4pm.
Family and friends are invited to celebrate Andrew’s life, see some of his art (bring some if you have any) and take a ride along the board walk in his honour.
A benevolent fund has been set up to help his son AJ which the family would prefer contributions to in lieu of flowers and cards.
Andrew Seffernick Jr Benevolent Account
BECU Account #: 3587324323
Donations can be made at the drop box of any branch or by mailing a check to:
BECU PO Box: 97050 Seattle WA 98124
We’re looking forward to seeing you this Sunday to celebrate Andrew’s life.
No tears. Only laughter……and maybe a few beers.