Andrew Wade Ratcliff
   By: Womack  

Andy Wade Ratcliff, 21, of Monticello, MS, passed Saturday night, December 8th, due to a gunshot wound.  This accident occurred approximately 9:30pm in Monticello at a friend's home. 

Andy is the son of Jeff Ratcliff of Monticello and Shannon Womack Burch of Columbia.  He is the brother of Megan Ratcliff of Columbia. 

You may know his Uncle Ritchie Womack, Aunt Paige Womack String, or Aunt Krystie Womack Young whom all are originally from Magee.

Andy will be out tonight, December 11th from 5 until.  Funeral is tomorrow at 11am at Wilson Funeral Home in Monticello, MS. For further questions, please call 601-587-601-587-2573.

Please pray for our family and especially Shannon, Jeff, and Megan. 
  3 Comments on "Andrew Wade Ratcliff"

  1. On 12/10/2012 11:50:00 AM Mary, Jarrett, Meagan and Walter Brazell Said:

No words can express the sadness that is in our hearts. My family is praying for all of you.
  2. On 12/10/2012 8:00:00 PM Lisa Scott Said:

I remember a canoe trip with Shannon, Megan and Andy. Along with my own children Chris and Brittany. Andy was such a joy to be around and so very very good to his mother Shannon. Andy is now an angel in heaven just as he was an angel here on earth. My prayers are with my friend Shannon and the whole family.
  3. On 10/24/2013 6:27:00 AM Michael white Said:

To Shannon just wanted to say I'm really sorry to learn of this

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