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Andrea "Andie" N. Wambach (Pogachefsky)

Andrea “Andie” N. Wambach, 67, of Newtown, passed away Thursday, November 4, 2021. She was the loving and beloved wife of Andy Wambach.  She was the best mom in the world to her daughter Denene Wambach. She often said that her husband was the best thing that ever happened to her and that her daughter was her greatest accomplishment.

She was born on May 9, 1954 in Philadelphia to the late Jack and Mae (Landis) Pogachefsky.

Andie was loving, warm, kind, and charming. She enjoyed collecting Disney memorabilia, ceramic dolls, and jewelry, especially rings. She filled the family home with sounds of disco music and artistic creations she made over the years. Andie’s laugh was contagious, and she could often be heard making a witty joke. She was supportive and encouraging, and made those around her feel special, loved, and protected. 

Along with her husband Andy and daughter Denene, Andie is survived by two sisters, Bonnie Cerrito (Rich) and Lori Seller; two sisters-in-law, Pat Wambach-Amen and Nancy Wambach Lippman (Al); and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Craig Seller, and her nephew, Ean Seller.

Services were held privately, among family. 

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Andie’s name can be made to Dr. Erin Conboy’s Undiagnosed and Rare Disease Clinic at Indiana University.  Donations can be made using the following link:  Click “Give Now”, then Select “Medical Genetics - Clinical Division Gifts”, then write in the box below “Undiagnosed Rare Disease Clinic.” 

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