Agnes "Andi" G McCurry
September 25, 1929 – March 14, 2020
Agnes "Andi" McCurry was born September 25, 1929 in Ashtabula, Ohio, the fourth of four children. After graduating from high school, she attended Central Business School in Kansas City, Missouri. After graduation, she got a job with the Airlines in New York. This gave her the opportunity to travel worldwide which was her passion. Andi transferred to Colorado where she met her husband, Bill McCurry and inherited two children, Matt and Sandy. After retiring from United Airlines in 1981, Bill and Andi spent many happy years on the Grand Mesa at Frost's Trailer Park, fishing and enjoying the outdoors. Bill passed away in 2009. Andi enjoyed doing volunteer work for many organizations here in the valley. Her favorite was Cross Orchard Historic Farm Museum gift shop. She also enjoyed playing golf, bowling, most outdoor sports, and her special family. Andi is preceded in death by her husband Bill, her daughter Sandy Crabtree and her nephew, David Anderson. Andi is survived by son Matt (Marti) McCurry, grandchildren Scott (Tammy) McCurry, Matt (Shae) McCurry, Amy Trujillo, Jared Crabtree, Tiffany (Eluid) Villareal, ten great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren and nieces Carol Jordan, Trina Niemer, several great nieces and nephews, and many close loving friends. Till we meet again. No services are planned at this time.
- No services are planned at this time
Agnes "Andi" G McCurry
Amy McCurry/ Trujillo
March 18, 2020
I have so many memories of my grandma. Camping on the Mesa with her & grandpa Bill. Birthday's & Christmas. Scavenger hunts for our gifts. She always sent a message or a card for special occasions for my kids & myself. We kept in touch via Facebook & when I could come visit. She never missed a visit with my girls or her great-great-grandson. I love you grandma. Give grandpa a kiss for me. I'll miss you both. Love Amy
March 17, 2020
where do I begin......Andi and I shared so many good and often funny memories. Like the times we went to the movies, played bingo, ate at Red Lobster and went to Skipper's for our root beer float (as soon as husbands left for the Mesa, we headed out for our fish & chips and root beer floats! ) Our fun times on Grand Mesa, Christmas and Thanksgiving dinners and playing bingo. She was like a sister to me. will miss her daily texts each morning to let me know she was still alive. She also joined our "Gourmet Grannies" group that met on 2nd Tuesday each month for early lunch.