Andrew Edward Neubauer

Age 16 Honor student played trumpet, enjoyed sports, hiking.

July 20, 2008|By Steven Stanek

Andrew Edward Neubauer, a Franklin High School honor student, died suddenly of unknown causes Wednesday at Northwest Hospital Center. The Reisterstown resident was 16.

Andrew, born in Towson and raised in Reisterstown, attended Reisterstown Elementary School and Sudbrook Magnet Middle School before attending Franklin, where he would have been a junior this school year.

A member of the gifted and talented education program at Franklin, Andrew excelled in math and science. He played trumpet in the school's symphonic band and dreamed of pursuing a career in computer science after college.

Andrew was a passionate fan of baseball and soccer, and was a starting pitcher and first baseman for the Reisterstown Recreation Council League. A starting forward, he helped his recreation council soccer team reach the county championship.

He also enjoyed camping, hiking and swimming, and was planning a vacation in the Adirondacks in northern New York and the Outer Banks of North Carolina this summer. Andrew was a camp counselor for Harford Heights Summer Camp at Boys' Latin School. He was also a member of Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Glyndon.

A Mass of Christian burial will be held at the church at 10 a.m. tomorrow.

Andrew is survived by his mother, Cecilia A. Frederick of Reisterstown; his father and stepmother, Edward G. Neubauer and Linda Neubauer of Perry Hall; a brother, Thomas C. Neubauer of Reisterstown; and a stepsister, Zoe E. Neubauer of Perry Hall.

He is also survived by his grandmother, Anne D. Frederick of Annapolis; his grandfather, Richard Neubauer of Cockeysville; and his great-grandmother, Anne T. Fohner.

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