Andrew Michael Rheinheimer, 34 Sheridan, passed away on Jan. 18, 2021.
He was born on March 4, 1986 to Kevin McCartney and Christine Rheinheimer in Indianapolis.
Mr. Rheinheimer grew up around horses and spent every summer with his grandfather Stanley, which led him to start his own business, Rheinheimer Equine Services. There was not anything he could not do with a horse; he was particularly good at starting horses and training them. He was a member of United States Equestrian Federation and United States Hunter / Jumper Association.
Mr. Rheinheimer was also starting a new venture and was beginning to get into the mule business. When he wasn't working, he enjoyed writing in his journal, always sharing memories on Facebook, drawing and he was always taking pictures to save each moment to have as a memory. Hs family will always remember how funny he was, and they will all greatly miss him.
Survivors include his supportive and loving Fiance Jacqueline "Jackie" Small, his loving mother Christine Rheinheimer of Sheridan, father Kevin McCartney, a brother, Karl Rheinheimer-Whaley; two sisters, Ashley (Jarod) Ammerman and Kelli Rheinheimer; grandparents, Mary Wehmeier and Valerie Rheinheimer, neices and newphews, Kinley Hoskins and Hannah and Samuel Ammerman; and aunts and uncles, Allen (Cathy) Rheinheimer, Stan (Hillary) Rheinheimer, Dean Rheinheimer, Amanda Lylery, Vickie Barrick, Pam McCartney and Bill McCartney.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather Stanley; step-grandfather Sam; aunt and uncle Terry and Jeff Zuber; and his uncles Michael and Eric Rheinheimer.
Memorial services will be private, but anyone is invited to watch on Facebook Live at Fisher Family Funeral Services Facebook page on Monday Jan. 25, 2021 at 6 p.m.
Donations may be made to both the Samaritan Colony at Andrew Chew Ellis' Facebook page -- more specifically the "Andrew Rheinheimer Rehab grant fund" and The Indiana Horse Rescue.
The family would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Everyone is invited to sign the online guestbook, leave a condolence or share a memory at