Andrew Scott Towne, 48: Fisherman and car enthusiast, loved spending time with family, his dog and co-workers

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MANCHESTER, NH – Andrew Scott Towne, 48, of Manchester, passed away in Manchester on September 16, 2018.

He was born in Manchester on April 27, 1970, the son of William Towne Sr. and Bonnie Henderson. He was a 1989 graduate of Memorial High School and currently employed as the Safety and Security Coordinator for NH Job Corps. Prior to that, Andrew had worked in the security department for the NH Court System. He was an active Justice of the Peace, a member of Teamsters Union Local 633, NH Police Association, and Sons of the American Legion. He enjoyed attending car shows, fishing, going to the gym, following WWE, and spending time with his dog, family, and co-workers.

Family members include his wife, Robin (Nolan) Towne, his mother, Bonnie (Henderson) (Towne) (Kent) Bouchard and her husband Peter of Goffstown; a daughter, Christina Towne of Dover; a son, Daltin Towne of Manchester; a brother, Dwight Towne and his wife Sue of Mesa, AZ; a sister, Rebecca Surace and her husband Richard of Meredith; extended family in Seymour, TN; and his loving dog, Teeka. He was predeceased by his father, William Towne Sr.

It was Andrew’s wish upon his death that his body be donated to the University of Tennessee Forensic Anthropology Center for research.

Information on donations and the memorial gathering celebrating Andrew’s life can be found on his GoFundMe page.

Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium, Manchester, oversees arrangements. To view an online Tribute, send condolences to the family, or for more information visit