Andrew Reseter Death, Obituary – Andrew Reseter has reportedly died unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to online sharing. To each and every one of the extraordinary people that make the Designed to Dance family what it is today: Andrew Reseter was a veteran dancer, a close friend, and a cornerstone in our community’s dance scene. Sadly, he passed away in 2018. Because he played such an important role in our dancing community, we are devastated to inform you of his passing.
He will be much missed. Please accept our sincere sympathies, and know that we are sending along this information to you at the same time. His wife, Maureen, requested us to send along the information about the viewing and funeral to you so that you may have the opportunity to say your final farewells to him and celebrate his life. We hope that you will be able to honor her request and attend the viewing and funeral. We are keeping our fingers crossed that you will be able to join us. At the Schulte Mahon Murphy funeral home on Mayfield Avenue on Tuesday, December 27, the family will be there to meet and greet guests beginning at three in the afternoon and continuing until seven o’clock in the evening.
This event will take place. On Wednesday, December 28, at 10:30 a.m., his funeral will be conducted in the Church of the Gesu on Miramar in University Heights, and it will be followed by a feast. His funeral will take place on Wednesday. His demise occurred on December 28th of this year. At that moment, he will be expected to begin performing his responsibilities. There will be no lessons offered at this site on Tuesday, December 27th, or Wednesday, December 28th, in observance of the holidays. I am thankful that you are able to understand what it is that I am trying to convey to you. “May the remembrances of love bestow upon you the calm and solace you deserve at this moment and always, as well as the strength you’ll require to make it through the hardships that are still to come,”