Andrew Nichols Obituary, Death – Andrew A. Nichols passed away on Friday and has whisked away from this world unexpectedly to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. On January 16, 1989, in the city of South Bend, Indiana, proud parents Mark A. Nichols and Deborah K. (Gabaree) Ousley announced the arrival of their son Andrew into the world. Andrew spent the majority of his childhood and adult life in Peru, Indiana, which was also his hometown.

Those who knew Andrew appreciated his many acts of compassion since he rarely prioritized himself or his own needs over many of others. As a result, those who knew him were appreciative of his many deeds. Andrew did not have any reservations about showing his love for other people, and the thing that he cherished the most in his life was spending time with his family. He had a strong emotional bond with his mother and passed on the same love and attention to his own children, with whom he enjoyed spending time and engaging in activities such as playing.

Andrew’s grin was his most powerful tool because it was impossible for most people to refuse a grin. His smile was his most effective weapon. His mother, Deborah (Gabaree) Ousley, his fiancĂ©e, Lindsey Barnes, his three children, Braxton A. Nichols, 14, Aubree A. Barnes, 6, and Kyndle K Barnes, 11 months, all of Peru, Indiana; his brothers, Steven Nichols, South Bend, Indiana; and Ronald Ousley, Jr.; and his sisters, Ashley Nichols, Amy (Nichols) Boyd; are among the members of his family who are still alive (Phillip), Both his father, Mark A. Nichols, and his brother, Brother Gregory Ousley, who was also his brother, had already passed away before he did.