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Earthman Funeral Directors

8303 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX

OBITUARY

Janie Garza Andrews

December 15, 1956November 25, 2019
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Janie Garza Andrews was born on December 15, 1956 in Harlingen, Texas to Juan and Louisa Garza. Janie is survived by her sons: Juan Jose Salazar, Michael Thomas Andrews II, Eric Nicholas Andrews, and Brandon Lee Andrews; Daughters: Eva Cathy Andrews, and Angel Renee Andrews. Grandsons: Julian Andre Salazar, Isaac Eric Andrews, Isaiah Nicholas Andrews, and Jayden Avery Salazar, Grand-Daughters: Alyssa Gabriella Gonzales, Mya Rose Salazar, and Angelina leeann Andrews. Her siblings Hector and Mary Garza, Juan and Ileana Garza, Lisa Garza, Sylvia and Mark Dupree, Norma and Ralph Calles, Rosie and Chris Espinoza. She will be reunited with her Father Juan D. Garza and her Brother Jesse Garza.

Janie was the kind of person you wish you had the opportunity to meet in your lifetime. She was a true angel among us and was always there to help anyone at anytime. She shined no matter the amount of light in the room. She had the ability to change the mood of your day with a simple smile. Her loves were dancing, singing with her amazing voice, music and gathering with her family. Nothing made her happier or more proud than to have everyone together in one house. She took care of everyone from her kids to raising others from the time she was a teen. She overcame any obstacle that came her way. She was and will always be remembered as the strongest, hardest working woman we will ever know She will be eternally missed.*********

Services

  • Friends are invited to visitation with the Family Saturday, November 30, 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 30, 2019

Memories

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Terri Smith McAdams

November 29, 2019

I spent a lot of time at Janie’s house when we were kids. We could talk about anything and we did. We shared so many long talks and laughs. We were always laughing. Janie was the most beautiful girl that I had ever seen. She was a great friend and had the most gorgeous smile. We lost touch after we both married and I didn’t see her again until 2010 at a neighborhood reunion. Janie was the one person that I was most excited to see. She was the same beautiful girl with the gorgeous smile that I remembered. I have thought of her often and treasure our memories. It truly saddens me to know that the world has lost such a wonderful person. Fly high with the angels Janie until we meet again.
Me deepest condolences to the family.

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Biography

Janie Garza Andrews was born on December 15, 1956 in Harlingen, Texas to Juan and Louisa Garza. Janie is survived by her sons: Juan Jose Salazar, Michael Thomas Andrews II, Eric Nicholas Andrews, and Brandon Lee Andrews; Daughters: Eva Cathy Andrews, and Angel Renee Andrews. Grandsons: Julian Andre Salazar, Isaac Eric Andrews, Isaiah Nicholas Andrews, and Jayden Avery Salazar, Grand-Daughters: Alyssa Gabriella Gonzales, Mya Rose Salazar, and Angelina leeann Andrews. Her siblings Hector and Mary Garza, Juan and Ileana Garza, Lisa Garza, Sylvia and Mark Dupree, Norma and Ralph Calles, Rosie and Chris Espinoza. She will be reunited with her Father Juan D. Garza and her Brother Jesse Garza.

Janie was the kind of person you wish you had the opportunity to meet in your lifetime.
She was a true angel among us and was always there to help anyone at anytime.
She shined no matter the amount of light in the room.
She had the ability to change the mood of your day with a simple smile.
Her loves were dancing, singing with her amazing voice, music and gathering with her family.
Nothing made her happier or more proud than to have everyone together in one house.
She took care of everyone from her kids to raising others from the time she was a teen.
She overcame any obstacle that came her way.
She was and will always be remembered as the strongest, hardest working woman we will ever know
She will be eternally missed.*********