Andrew Farrenden from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia is being reported to have passed away on Feb 9, 2022, at the age of 30. He was a former Mal Meninga and Colts player rugby player. He was also part of the Total Mayhem Gaming and the OCE League of Legends Community.
Andrew Farrenden Wife & Children
Andrew leaves behind his wife, Joanna ‘Jo’ Farrenden, and his children, Adeline, and Emilia. A GoFundMe crowdfunding account has been created by Candice Palmer on behalf of Joanna Farrenden to help the family as they come to terms with the sudden passing of Andrew. The page’s description reads, “This week Jo, Adeline, Emilia, and the family lost a father, husband, brother, and son.” It goes to state that the money donated will help Jo and the family adjust to being a family of 3 without Andrew.
Andrew Farrenden Cause of Death
Andrew’s cause of death was not revealed by the immediate family, however, some friends paying tributes in the comments said he died from a heart attack.
His brother Michael Farrenden confirming his death described him as his best mate and someone he could speak to about anything, “You were the best father to Adeline and Emilia, a great husband to Joanna and a great son to mum and dad (you were the favourite).”
Michael’s tribute goes to read, “Words cannot describe the heartache I feel right now nor can I understand it. But I know that you will be there to look after us and your girls just gained another guardian angel. I will remind the girls who you were and how you could light up a room by just being there every chance I can get. I promise to be there for the girls for whatever they need.
Until we meet again, love you always and forever.”
The Tigers football team released a statement stating how saddened they were to hear of the passing of former Mal Meninga Andrew Farrenden. “Thoughts and prayers are with Andrew’s wife Jo, two girls Adeline and Emilia, and his wider family and friends.”
Andrew Farrenden GoFundMe
A GoFundMe page has been set up to help Jo and the family during this tragic and horrible time in their lives. The money will help Jo and his two daughters. If you are able to donate, please do so here.