ANDREW A. RASMUSSEN, LCDR, USNR

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Andrew Rasmussen '68

Date of birth: September 14, 1946

Date of death: March 16, 1985

Age: 38

Lucky Bag

From the 1968 Lucky Bag:

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ANDREW ANTHONY RASMUSSEN

Andy — better known as "Drew" came to us at Mother B from his mothers loving arms at the tender age of seventeen. With a background of high school athletics (3 sport letterman), ASB President, and outstanding academics, Drew was not about to let his age bother him.

His quick wit and tremendous personality made him one of the best liked and respected members of his class. When elected class Vice-President youngster year, Andy did much to help both his classmates and school.

Yet Andy's biggest struggle was not on the varsity football field or any other normal activity. His toughest battle was an hourly struggle with the pad monster, one which he was forever losing.

With his many outstanding qualities and great leadership potential, Andy is certain to have a very promising career with the Navy.

1968 Rasmussen LB.jpg

ANDREW ANTHONY RASMUSSEN

Andy — better known as "Drew" came to us at Mother B from his mothers loving arms at the tender age of seventeen. With a background of high school athletics (3 sport letterman), ASB President, and outstanding academics, Drew was not about to let his age bother him.

His quick wit and tremendous personality made him one of the best liked and respected members of his class. When elected class Vice-President youngster year, Andy did much to help both his classmates and school.

Yet Andy's biggest struggle was not on the varsity football field or any other normal activity. His toughest battle was an hourly struggle with the pad monster, one which he was forever losing.

With his many outstanding qualities and great leadership potential, Andy is certain to have a very promising career with the Navy.

Life & Loss

Unable to find any information about Andrew's life or loss. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.


Class of 1968

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