Andrea's Story

DEDHAM - Andrea Jean Sinco died peacefully, January 25, 2016. Andrea was born in Miami Florida daughter of Russell S. and Katherine (Dubrocq) Sinco.

Surviving are her sister, Jo Ann and Bob Schlitt and brother, Russell and Denise Sinco, head her most cherished immediate birth family of close to 100 members whom she loves dearly and is so loved by. Her Rainbow House Family is most precious to her and is the on-going fulfillment of her life. She also felt so blessed by her inclusion in Elaine's birth family, the families of "their" Rainbow House children, her extended birth family, the families of friends, her "younger" Assumption School and Convent family and so on ...

Friends are family to Andrea as well. She wasn't just your friend or professional associate/co-worker. She cared about you and your family and considered that even more important than just getting something done.

Elaine, and their bond of deep friendship, as Andrea herself clearly says, was one of the greatest gifts of her life and the reason for ...

Her legacy lies in the woman of Faith she was, and the love she felt so very blessed by and so generously gave.

A service in celebration of her life, will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, January 30, 2016, at the Brewer Chapel of Brookings-Smith, 55 South Main St., Brewer.

At a later date Elaine and Paul will take Andrea's remains back to Florida for a Christian-Catholic burial. She will rest there.

Those wishing to remember her in a special way, may donate to Rainbow House, P.O. Box 289, Holden, ME. 04429, a fund has been established to provide for any special needs, activities, trips ...

Condolences to the family may be expressed at www.BrookingsSmith.com.

... Faith, Family, Friends, Fulfillment
Published in Bangor Daily News
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