Andrew Lucas

Obituary of Andrew Scott Lucas

Andrew Scott (Drew) Lucas, 18 of Rathdrum, ID was taken from us too soon January 18 th , 2020. Andrew was born in Coeur D’alene, Idaho on October 20 th , 2001 to parents Cassy Clairmont and Christopher Lucas. As a boy he had spent some time growing up in Minnesota and Alaska, but eventually he returned to Idaho and settled in the Rathdrum area. Andrew was a senior at Mountain View High School and had plans to attend Pratt University next fall as an art therapy major. He also had plans to marry his fiancé Athena Baldwin in December 2020. Andrew was an amazing artist. His skill was so great that not only was he accomplished in drawing and painting but using his imagination Andrew could take something ordinary and re-create it into something beautiful. He loved helping others, and he saw how it was possible to heal the soul while creating works of art. That is why he had hoped to combine his passions for art and helping others into a career in art therapy. Andrew is survived by his mother Cassy Clairmont, father Christopher Lucas, fiancé Athena Baldwin, sisters RaeLee and Areyānna, brothers Killian (Jack), Brandon, and Nekiah, grandmothers Nancy (nana) Clairmont and Amy Lucas, aunts Kaili Donica, Nissa Herbert, Felicia, Nancy, and Danielle Norris, uncles Tim Herbert, Clancy Lucas, and Matt Chambers, and cousins Brock (son Grayson), Kayde and Aspen (son Archer) Noah, Brayden, Westin Herbert, Shannon Smith Arlene, baby Clancy, Evver, Journey Scott, James, and Jeremiah, and last, but certainly not least his cat Blue. Andrew will now be joining his papa Tom Clairmont who preceeded him in death. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Andrew’s GoFundMe account. A celebration of life will be held at Noon on Saturday January 25 th , 2020 at Bell Tower Funeral Home.
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Celebration Of Life

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Saturday, January 25, 2020
Bell Tower Funeral Home & Crematory
3398 E. Jenalan
Post Falls, Idaho, United States
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