This site is dedicated to the memory of Andrew Potter.

Andrew Potter was born in Widnes on May 16, 1969. He was tragically killed on 21st November 2008 whilst riding home from work on his motorcycle. He is much loved and missed by his wife Mandy and his children Eva, Daniel, Amy and Christopher and all of his family and friends.

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It's nearly 7 years since your passing and we've had some really hard times. We survived though. Both Eva and Daniel are at High School and you would be so proud of them. They both go to scouts and love it, just like you did, in fact we found a photo of you in your cub uniform the other night. I've found love again, I honestly never thought I would but I'm sure you sent Mark to me, thank you so much. Mum and dad still miss you like mad (mum cries every time she hears your name) but they have both accepted Mark, they will always love you though. Your sister Jennifer passed away last month, we will miss her, but I know she is happy with you and your mum and dad. Love always. Mandy xxxx
Sent by Amanda on 16/11/2015
Its nearly a year since you were taken from me. At times it feels like forever and at other times I cannot believe you have been gone for so long. I remember your beautiful smile, the way you used to look at me as if no-one else existed in this world. We had the best marriage ever and we created the two most gorgeous children in the world. I remember our last morning together. You were hopping around the lounge in your boxer shorts with Eva and Dan singing "Jingle Bell Rock". I watched you with a proud smile on my face and when you saw me you came over to me and gave me a massive kiss and cuddle and told me you loved me. I guess that is a really special memory, one I will cherish for the rest of my life. I miss you sweetheart, every second of every day. I will always love you. Love forever Mandy
From Amanda on 16/11/2009
Thank you for setting up this memorial to Andrew Potter. We hope that you find it a positive experience developing the site and that it becomes a place of comfort and inspiration for you to visit whenever you want or need to.
Sent by MuchLoved on 16/11/2009
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