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Joseph and Josephine Benner

I have known Andy since grade school. I truly enjoyed his visits at the house where we talked Nascar and the Florida Gators. I will truly miss him. God Speed.

Laura Beasley

Andy was a sweet soul…always cheerful, friendly & interested in how you were doing. If more of us had his laid back attitude, the world would be a kinder place! So sorry for your loss.

Chris Bryan

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the Sterling family.

Katherine Lucas Sterling

You were always a caring person. I will surely miss you. My heart goes out to the family. I look forward to seeing you in Heaven one day cuz.

Katie Davenport

Our baby brother was a man who devoted his life to our mother. He was easy going and easy to like and never had a bad word to say about anyone. He leaves behind many friends and a large extended family.

Raymond Andrew Sterling

2021-08-22

Raymond (Andy) Sterling, age 67, died on August 22, 2021 at the Warner Center for Caring. He was the son of the late Wallace Sterling Sr. and Maggie Lucas Sterling and was a life-long resident of Fernandina Beach.
He devoted most of his life to caring for his mother and helping friends in need. He was an easy going person with a quick smile and a friendly attitude.
He is survived by brothers, Bunny Sterling of Fernandina Beach and George (Sheri) Sterling of Statesboro, Georgia, and sisters Katie (Bill) Davenport of Raleigh, NC, Mary (Tommy) Jubito of Yulee and by numerous nieces and nephews.
The family would like to express it deepest appreciation to friends who cared for him during his final weeks, especially his dear friend Kimberley Arias and to Hospice of Fernandina Beach for their care and support.
Andy will be greatly missed and always remembered. Memorial donations may be made to the Warner Center or any Hospice organization.

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