Jack D. Andreassen

Sep 18, 2020
Andreassen, Jack


Private Family Services will be held a video of the service will be posted on this web page when available


Garden of Memories Cemetery in Waterloo


In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to the Grace Baptist Church worship and music fund.


Jack D. Andreassen age 63 of Elk Run Heights died September 18,2020 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids. He was born on November13,1956 in Waterloo the son of Donald and Mary Hill- Andreassen. Jack graduated from Waterloo East High School with the class of 1975 and obtained a degree from Hawkeye Community College. He married Donna Mc Cullough in July of 1978. He worked as an electrical engineer at John Deere retiring in 2018.

Jack was a member of Grace Baptist Church in Waterloo where he enjoyed sharing his talent for singing. In his spare time he enjoyed fishing and watching sports. He was an avid Chicago Cubs Fan. Jack loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.

Survivors include: his wife Donna of Elk Run Heights; son, Ryan( Micala) Andreassen and their children Jaxon and Henley of Jesup; daughter, Ashley (Jarred) Wagner and their children Savannah and Aiden of Jesup; daughter, Kelsey (David) Brookman and their son Owen of Elk Run Heights; twin sister Jane Smith of Waterloo; and brother Jim (Dawn) Andreassen of Polk City; as well as many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother-in-law Christopher Smith.

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  1. Stan Limback | Sep 23, 2020

    You have my sincere condolences. I knew Jack during our early years at John Deere. I was in a different department than Jack, but he did a lot of electrical engineering for me on my projects. He was well liked, hard working & dependable.

    May God bless & keep you.

    Stan Limback

  2. Laurie Magee | Sep 23, 2020

    My sincere condolences to all of you. My continued thoughts and prayers of comfort for you all.

    I will always remember the fun times playing basketball with you kids and your mom in the driveway. Many fond memories of such a welcoming family. God bless you all.

  3. Cindy Frederick | Sep 22, 2020

    Donna and family, My deepest sympathy. I can hear him singing now! What a beautiful voice he shared at my wedding in 1979. Hugs and prayers Donna. God Bless!

  4. Robin Rogers | Sep 22, 2020
    My sincere condolences to you all on your loss of Jack! There are no words that can begin to ease the deep pain and sorrow you're feeling right now. May God bless you all with love and comfort through this time. I pray that the memories you share of Jack will not only bring you all peace, but that his love for God will inspire us all!
  5. Reed | Sep 21, 2020

    Jack is the real deal. His love for Jesus and for others (especially children) was exemplified not only in his speech, but his life. I’m grateful that my kids got to see his love and zeal for Jesus and for them. May we meet again on that Happy Golden Shore!

  6. Ted n Nancy Gray | Sep 21, 2020

    Dear Andreassen family, We are so very sorry to hear of Jacks passing We were blessed by Jacks amazing gift of music ministry as well as sister Jane we send our love and sincere sorrow for your loss Jane & we were so blessed by all your years of friendship & talent..We pray for the Lords special touch be upon you now.. we trust you can sense the Lords comfort in a mighty way today and in the days ahead along with all your families and friends In christian faith and love through Christ Jesus. 

    For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, A house not made with hands, Eternal in the Heavens.  2 Corinthians 5:1

  7. Christine Johnson | Sep 21, 2020
    I am so sorry for your loss and the suffering you experianced. Thank you for the testimony of your faith, during this time, of your trust and love in our Lord Jesus Christ. That was the life Jack lived, every time I  visited family and went to Grace Baptist he always had time to show the kindness and grace filled spirit that came so naturally to him. 
    May his memory be eternal. 
  8. Kim & Dan | Sep 21, 2020

    May God bless you and your family during this difficult time. Prayers for healing to all as we mourn & celebrate Jack, a loving father, husband, and a server of his community. He will be missed but never forgotten. ♥️♥️


  9. Paul & Nonie Fairchild | Sep 21, 2020

    Our deepest condolences sympathy for this great loss.  

  10. Karen and Mike SkinnerMWFJY | Sep 21, 2020

    sending love, hugs, and continued prayers! We loved him and all of you, his family so much! I can hear the angelic choir singing Hallelujah with Jack leading them in so many songs praising God face to face.  Love you all and sincere condolances. The Mike Skinner family



  11. Gene and Thelma Liverance | Sep 21, 2020

    Deepest sympathies to the family.   He will be missed!



  12. Skip and Dema Mckinley | Sep 20, 2020

    So so sad  have no words, just tears. 

    We loved him so much. His smile, his voice,

    his spirit, his hand shake, his laugh, the way

    he talked, the way he prayed, the way he sang,

    the way he lived. What a blessing, what a man. 

    God thank you for letting us know such a

    truly wonderful gentleman. 

    Thank you Jesus, see you both later

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