EAST BRUNSWICK - ANDREW G. PACE passed away on Sunday, March 12, 2023 surrounded by his loving family at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick. He was 34 years old.
Born in Edison, to Stephen and Debra (née Bitchatchi) Pace, he was a lifelong resident of East Brunswick, before moving to Cliffwood Beach with his fiancée a year ago.
A 2007 graduate of East Brunswick High School, Andrew continued his education at Middlesex Community College. He was employed as a Merchandising Execution Team member for The Home Depot in Milltown and Marlboro for over 7 years.
Andrew was a diehard New York Mets and New York Jets fan. His love for sports sparked the idea of a professional wrestling podcast, which Andrew dubbed wrestling iq101. He brought the wrestling community weekly interviews for the past six years with the best wrestlers in the industry.
Surviving are his loving parents, Debra R. and Stephen D. Pace, of East Brunswick; his sister, Kimberly Pace, of East Brunswick, and his fiancée, Sarah Fishbein, of Edison, who were to be married this October.
A Cryptside Service will be held on Thursday, March 16, 2023, at 10:45 am, at Beth Israel Cemetery, Woodbridge, under the direction of MOUNT SINAI MEMORIAL CHAPELS, East Brunswick. For directions, please visit our "Services" page.
Memorial contributions can be made in honor of Andrew at The John Ritter Foundation for Aortic Health 11901 Santa Monica Blvd #410 Los Angeles, CA 90025 or at https://jrf.affnetz.us/donate
It is difficult to find the right words for people you love during this time
We love you, we are with you and are so sorry for your loss
Andrew was a wonderful person-whenever you were with him, he always made you feel good. Whether it was his dry sense of humor or just being himself-he was always Andrew. We will miss him.
We love you so very much,
Ross, Judy, Joshua and Alana Yates
There are no adequate words to fully express our sorrow over Andrew’s passing. You’re in our thoughts and prayers, and our hearts. Much love, Judi and Larry Gold
We are heartbroken to hear of Andrew's sudden passing. He and our son (also Andrew) were friends for many years. We will always remember him as being so polite, friendly and very respectful whenever he visited our home. Sending our heartfelt sympathies to you all! From Claire and Matthew Pellenberg
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