In Loving Memory - Andy Jump

Funds are being raised to support the education of Isaac Indiana Jump and Levi Mark Jump, the two children left behind by Andy Jump’s unexpected passing in 2023. Every donation, no matter the size, brings us closer to this goal. Your generosity will help shape their future and is a testament to the strength of our community. If you cannot contribute financially, we ask that you please share this campaign with your own networks. Every share extends the reach of this mission, bringing us closer to our goal.

Born on May 21, 1985, to Bruce and the late Robin Barrientos Jump, Andy's earthly journey began in Allen County, IN where he grew up with his two sisters, Emily and Betsy. From the outset, he radiated a warm spirit that endeared him to all who were fortunate to cross paths with him.

As a teenager, Andy was on a quest for absolute truth. On March 15, 2003, in his basement in Grabill, IN, Andy committed his life to Christ, forever transforming his life. Two years later, he moved to Hamtramck, MI in the heart of Detroit to plant a church. During that time, Andy was ordained in the Assemblies of God Church. The Lord opened the door to an incredible season of ministry, and Andy spent 13 years loving, serving, preaching, and impacting everyone he met there.

During this season, he met the love of his life, Kathryn Hogan Jump, whom he cherished with every fiber of his being. The day he met her, he told his roommate that he had met the girl he was going to marry, and a year later, he did. Together, they built a strong foundation of love and faith that will continue to be a guiding light for their two sons, Isaac Indiana Jump and Levi Mark Jump. As a husband and father, Andy's devotion knew no bounds, and his legacy of love will forever be etched in the hearts of his family.

Andy's devotion to God was evident in every aspect of his life. His unwavering faith and commitment to serving the Lord inspired those around him, setting an example of what it truly means to walk in the path of righteousness. As a directional elder and community group leader at Two Cities Church, he touched the hearts of many, offering guidance, support, and comfort to those seeking spiritual growth.

In his professional endeavors, Andy started in hospitality and loved to share great coffee and Italian food with whoever he met. He later moved into the business world, joining the start-up Reach Influence. Acquisition by Inmar brought his family to North Carolina and he excelled in his career to become the Vice President and General Manager of Incentives and Loyalty. While he achieved significant success in his career, he never lost sight of his faith. In Andy's office hangs a quote from the Westminster Confession: "What is the chief end of man? To Glorify God and Enjoy Him Forever." He lived that out in life and continues in eternity.

Donations (350)

  • Tricia Cothran
    • $100 
    • 8 d
  • Diane Freed
    • $200 
    • 2 mos
  • Anonymous
    • $100 
    • 3 mos
  • Anonymous
    • $250 
    • 3 mos
  • Anonymous
    • $500 
    • 3 mos

Organizer and beneficiary

Friends of Andy
Lewisville, NC
Kathryn Jump

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