James Andrew Obituary, Death Cause – James (Jamie) Douglas ANDREWS, who resided in East Weymouth, died away in a calm and serene manner on April 3, 2023, at the age of 63, surrounded by his devoted family. Jamie was born and reared in East Weymouth, and she went to Weymouth Public Schools throughout her education. He was a historian who had educated himself, an obsessive bottle collector, a photographer, and an author who had written volumes on the history of the Quincy Granite Quarries.
As a consequence of the vast variety of activities and interests that Jamie pursued, his circle of acquaintances was dispersed throughout the country. He liked spending time with his close friends at the East Weymouth Congregational Church and the Boston and Quincy Public Libraries, as well as going on several train excursions with the Mystic Valley train Club. He also spent time making new acquaintances at the Norwell Friendship Home.
The United Kingdom, Europe, Canada, and the Western Region of the United States were just few of the places that he and his parents visited throughout their travels by car and rail. Everyone who had the good fortune to have known Jamie will mourn his passing very deeply. He was the loyal brother of Sara Caroline (Andrews) and her husband Timothy M. Stinson, as well as his cousin Steven D. Langhorst and his wife, Erin. He was the beloved son of the late Betty L. (Langhorst) and Alan D. Andrews. His mother Betty passed away before he was born.
Also surviving are a large number of cousins. Flowers may be sent to the flower room at the Braintree Chapel on Monday, April 10th, with deliveries accepted between the hours of 9 AM and 2 PM. On Monday, April 10th, the Peck Funeral Home-Braintree Chapel, located at 516 Washington Street, will be hosting visiting hours from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend the event. On Friday, April 14, at 9:00 a.m., there will be a prayer service held in the Peck Funeral Home-Braintree Chapel. Immediately after the prayer service, there will be a funeral ceremony held at the East Weymouth Congregational Church. Friends and family are warmly welcome to attend.