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Andrew Hossle

Andrew Hossle

Monday, August 5th, 2019
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Andrew “Drew” Patrick Hossle, 31, died unexpectedly on August 5th, 2019 in Missoula, Montana.
Drew was born on August 3rd, 1988 in Denver, Colorado to Marcy and Pat Hossle, where he spent the following 11 years running around the front yard playing make believe with his sister Tierney and dominating the soccer field. His family then moved to Missoula, Montana where he attended Sentinel High School, where he discovered kayaking and his love of the river. He graduated from the University of Montana where he was the sole earner of a degree in Classic Greek. No one who met Drew could deny that he had a strong affinity for shock value. Whether it was a pair of hooters shorts under his clothes to reveal at any moment, or a purple pair of long johns on stage while 1000 fellow high school students were serenaded, mouths agape, by a digeridoo, Drew was ready to entertain. He went on to pursue a career in mental health where he met his wife Brigit, and together they dedicated their lives giving kids who were dealt the worst hands, the life they couldn’t get at home. Drew was an Eagle Scout, served two terms as President of Sigma Chi, and was a Master Mason and Shriner, serving as Worshipful Master of his lodge.
He is survived by his wife, parents, sister, dog Coda, and too many friends to count.
A GoFundMe has been organized in his name to remove the financial strain from his family so they may grieve unencumbered. For condolences and memorial service information go to gardencityfh.com.
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    Sunday, September 1st, 2019 | 1:00pm
    Sunday, September 1st, 2019 1:00pm
    Montana River Guides Ranch
    138 Big Bend Lane
    ALBERTON, MT 59820
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Please join us in one of Drew's favorite places to celebrate this amazing man we all loved. If you are able, bring a lawn chair or a blanket to make yourself comfortable. There will be a reception following the service where we will share memories, love, and laughs as Drew would want us to do.


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Shawn Gray

Posted at 01:17am
Drew was a shining light at Porter. My heart goes out to his family , friends and all the kids he helped. Hugs to you Marcy.

Jeri Burns Olsen, Eric Olsen & Andew Olsen

Posted at 11:12am
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
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Reggie Spaulding

Posted at 12:54am
Marcy, you have provided comfort for our family so many times, and helped us through so many difficulties. Alex really admired and enjoyed Drew. We are so sorry for your loss.

Reggie, Scott, and Alex Spaulding

Mary J. Younger

Posted at 09:47pm
My heart goes out to Drew's family. He was an amazing young man and will truly be missed!

Mike Carney

Posted at 06:42pm
Pat and family, just wanted to say I am so sorry for your loss. One of the first thoughts of Drew was at K-M when he knew how much I did not want the kids bike being used and at the last morning flag, here comes Drew riding the bike. I looked at Pat and you had a big grin on your face and said what am I going to do.

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