Andrew T. Lackey, 56

July 13, 2022

Andrew Todd Lackey passed away on July 13, 2022. Born in Princeton, New Jersey to the late James B. Lackey, Sr. and Rosemary Andrews-Cooper, they moved to Lancaster and Andrew graduated from Lampeter-Strasburg High School where he played football and wrestled.

After high school, Andrew learned the fine craftsmanship and art of carving. He became a stone mason and worked for several masonry companies. Andrew was also an accomplished artist. He most recently worked at the McDonalds in Willow Street where he was greatly cared for by his coworkers. Andrew had a kind and gentle soul and was most grateful for his life recovery from addictions.

In addition to his mother Rosemary Andrews-Cooper and stepfather David W. Cooper, Andrew is survived by his two sons: Derrick Andrew Lackey of Virginia and Dylan Lackey of Tennessee; two grandchildren: Derrick Lackey, Jr (Debo) and Riley Ann Lackey; one brother James B. Lackey, II of South Carolina; two nieces, one great-niece and two great nephews as well as two step-brothers: David W. Cooper (husband of Judy Philips) of East Petersburg and Jeffrey B. Cooper of Florida.

In addition to his father James B. Lackey, Sr., Andrew is preceded in death by his brother Edgar B. Lackey.

A Celebration of life will be held at a later date at Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church in Quarryville.

Donations in Andrew’s memory can be made to the “Restore His House” campaign of Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church.

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Condolences to the Family

July 18, 2022

I was so sad to hear the news. He was a great co worker and always held the door and had a joke ready. we will all miss him dearly. – ellie and kayla

July 18, 2022

Rest in peace Todd. You were always so nice in high school. Sympathies to your family and friends. 

July 18, 2022

So sorry to hear about Todd. He was always a nice fun guy in high school. it sounds like he will be missed by all the people in his life these days. Prayers to the family and friends. 
Joan (Cummings) Leardi

July 17, 2022

Rest in peace  Bob and I both thought a lot of you
Lauretta Jones Rieker

July 16, 2022

Rest In Peace brother, will always be in my childhood memories, along with both your brothers 
Sean Armstrong

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