Andrew Tyler Johnson

October 28, 1986October 16, 2013

Andrew Tyler Johnson, 26, of Caldwell, Texas died peacefully in his sleep October 16, 2013 at his home in Lake Jackson, TX after many years of fighting through numerous seizures. He was born October 28, 1986, in Lancaster, California, to Sam and Char (Kincaid) Johnson. He attended Caldwell schools and graduated from Caldwell High School in 2005, where he was a proud member of the Fighting Hornet Band as well as very involved in the school art program, winning numerous awards along the way. After high school, Andrew attended Texas State Technical College and Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Services. Andrew was well known and loved in the Caldwell community from his years working at Video Plus. After moving to Houston he worked at Collector’s Firearms where he found a love for classic firearms and military memorabilia. He was presently working as a provisional funeral director at Restwood Funeral Home in Lake Jackson. Andrew had regular jobs, but because of his love for drawing, he was frequently found at the local Starbucks and Hastings where he met many of his art customers. He was currently working on illustrating a children’s book that is due out next year. Andrew is survived by his father Sam Johnson and stepmother Angie; mother Char Kincaid of Caldwell; brothers Jeffrey & Christopher and his sister Caitlin. He also leaves his maternal grandparents, Billy and Sherley Boothe of Seguin, TX; and his paternal grandmother, Melba Johnson from California. Andrew is survived by aunts and uncles: Holly Walker, Justin & Theresa Boothe, Stephanie & Graham Bird, Carol & Michael Macy, Phillip & Tessie Johnson, and cousins: Taylor, Austin, Zachary, Justin Jr., Jake, Matthew, Megan, Jonathan, Nathaniel, Melissa, Elisabeth, Hannah, Susanna, Caleb, Daniel, Josiah, Christiana and Annika. He is also survived by his best friend, Dale Sharp of College Station who was like a brother and guardian angel throughout the years. The funeral will be held on Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 1:00 p.m., First Baptist Church, 501 Mustang St., Caldwell, TX 77836. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donations to a charity of choice in his name. Andrew loved furthering his education, art, animals and church.


  • Memorial Service Sunday, October 27, 2013

Andrew Tyler Johnson

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Ashley Levinskas

December 15, 2014

To Mah ATJ.....with Christmas just around the corner and the fact that we used to talk every Christmas and send pics and gifts....well even though I know you are in a safer happier place, I still get sad over you not being HERE!!!! Yes that is selfish of me however I am only a perfectly imperfect human being. I will love you until I can meet you at Home and get to see you again!!!!! That may be a long time away however I know you'll be just as happy to see me as I will of you! You are DEFINITELY not forgotten and still VERY MUCH loved by the people and family you left behind. Mush, BIGHUGS and I loves you!!!!!

Ashley Levinskas

December 21, 2013

Your flame on this earthly plain may have been extinguished, however I know you are shining bright in Heaven....See you when I get there!.....


December 20, 2013

Ashley Levinskas

November 17, 2013 ATJ. You used to tell me after I moved from Houston back to Toronto, Ontario that whenever I felt sad or lonely and missed you, to look up at the moon because no matter the distance between us we could both gaze upon the moon and know that we remained connected. The happiness and joy and fun you brought into my life from the moment we met in May 2008 I will cherish forever. 'Our' song and 'our' movie will always remain, just as the deep conversations we used to have about life, love, purpose and destiny are etched upon my soul. Your gifts that you blessed us with will always be remembered. I miss you more than words can describe so I will leave it at this: you took a little piece of my heart with you when you were called Home from this earthly plane and yet I know that once I return Home, my heart will be mended for I shall see you again. My world is a little less brighter without you in it Andrew however I know you are in the safest happiest place and that I can still talk to you, whether it be through my prayers or my dreams. I will never stop loving you.
Prayers and Blessing to Andrews family with hopes that they may find some peace and solitude without their bright, shining and vibrant family member here amongst them. God Bless

Liz Pina

November 11, 2013

Hey buddy, you know it's just one of those nights when you feel weak and miss the good ol days. Missing you so much..I remember counting the stars with you that night. Something so simple and meaningful at the same time. Who knew you'd go so soon. You were so wonderful. Definitely were a blessing to everyone you came across. That one night I think back on always feels like yesterday. It's still a disbelief, it's not easy letting go. I'll keep these memories close at heart and mind. You are forever loved, never forgotten.

P Shaffer

October 30, 2013

To the family of Andew Johnson,
What a beautiful soul this young man was. I recently met him when my precious mother passed away (09/03/13). He was one of the staff who came to mothers home. He was indeed caring & compassionate. For the next few days, he often spoke with me and made every effort to console me each time he saw me with tears. My heartfelt condolence on your loss...

Cathy Cole

October 28, 2013

My dear sweet friend, I am so sorry for your loss. I wished I could be there. Your Drewdledoo sounds like an amazing wonderful person, I wished I could have met him. My heart aches for you and your family.I send my love,sympathy and condolences <3

Anne Boykin

October 28, 2013


I so wish I had known Drew. I have enjoyed reading about him through your postings on Facebook. So full of life, such a wonderful sense of humor, so very creative, a credit to his family, and a fine young man, this is how I believe he lived his life. I believe he died with grace, poise, and peace. Bless your heart, Char. I have known such sadness in the loss of a child and am so saddened that you are experiencing this. It has been 17 months for me since April died. It has been only recently that I don't cry whenever I speak of her. I still miss how she lit up a room with her presence, how her energy was so contagious, and how her love for my son and my grandchildren was so perfect. I think Drew will be your guardian angel. Blessings to you and your family,

Janet Frederick

October 26, 2013

Our first memory of Andrew began April 17, 2013. He came to my parent's home to pick up my Mother after her passing. My dad had a favorite song, "I Bless Your Name" by Selah - everyone had to listen before they took her. I was concerned we were taking too much time. In the days following, Andrew shared what he had felt and observed during those moments. No, we didn't take too much of their time. He was moved. I stood with him while he added the finishing touches to my Mother's face - so gentle and tender. He LOVED his job. My Daddy respected him. Andrew made a difference and found a place in my heart and my brother's. Within the next 6 months, it became apparent we would once again be in need of Restwood Funeral Home services. My Daddy passed away October 8, 2013. My brother and I specifically requested "Andrew". One more time he arrived at my parent's home and one more time he had to listen to my Daddy's favorite song! But, we knew he didn't mind! Andrew served my parents and our family well. We will never forget. It was in the next few days we learned of Andrew's passing. Shock, disbelief, extreme sadness. We have been honored and blessed to have known Andrew. Heart felt wishes of sympathy we send to Andrew's family.

The Evans' Family
Janet Frederick
Ronald Evans