OBITUARY

Gerald Lee Andrews

September 28, 1932April 30, 2021
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Gerald Lee Andrews, 88, of Kingwood TX, Term of passing on 5/1/2021 at 4:00am. Gerald was born to Ray and Mildred Andrews on 9/28/1932 in McComb, MS. Gerald married Marie in Fort Worth on the campus of Texas Christian University in May 1958.

Gerald proudly served in the United States Airforce from 1955 to 1956. Gerald graduated TCU in 1959. Later worked on his graduate work at SWIGSB. He worked for 2 years at the FBI in Washington D.C. and after one of the harshest winters in history, he moved his family to Houston. He worked his way from a head teller to Executive Vice President Airline Commerce bank. And later, the President of two other banks

Gerald was an avid hunter, fisherman, loved boating, RV’s, camping, cars, motorcycles and was a sports enthusiast. He loved watching all the Texas sports teams like UT, A&M, Astros, Oilers, Texans, and the Cowboys. He was a member of the Rotary Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon Alumni, frequented Toastmasters, and the Lions Club as well. He loved his alma mater Texas Christian University and all TCU sports. (Little known fact: His little brother in Sigma Phi Epsilon was Bob Lilly of Dallas Cowboys fame.) But even moreso, with all his passions and accomplishments, he was a devout family man and treasured his time with his wife and kids above all.

Gerald is preceded in death by his father, Ray Andrews, his mother Mildred McGinnis Andrews, his wife Marie Brandt Andrews, his daughter, Diane Lauren Andrews.

Gerald is survived by his brother Kenneth Andrews, his son Darrell Andrews (wife Sheryl), his daughter Kristie Andrews Westberg (husband Bill), his granddaughters, Katherine (husband Ryan), Gabriela, Olivia and Kori, and his great granddaughter, Ava.

Serving as pallbearers are Bill Westberg, Darrell Andrews, and Honorary pallbearers are Friends of Family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

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