OBITUARY

Roger L. Andrews

April 25, 1945April 26, 2013

Roger Andrews, 68, of Kansas City, MO passed away April 26, 2013. Memorial services will be 6:30pm, Monday, April 29, 2013 at Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 3800 NE Parvin Rd, Kansas City, MO. Family will greet visitors following the service. Memorial contributions may be made to Kansas City Hospice and Pallative Care. Roger was born April 25, 1945 in Pawnee City, NE to Lyle and Leona Andrews. He joined the United States Navy full time on May 29, 1962. He served two tours in Vietnam before being honorably discharged on March 31, 1969. Roger worked for the San Diego Fire Department for three years, when he met his wife Karen and was married on April 14, 1989. He also worked as a service technician for Sears and Maytag in Kansas and Missouri and was a truck driver for the US Postal Service. Roger loved riding his motor cycles in his younger years, NASCAR, fishing and working with wood. He could fix anything. Preceding Roger in death are his parents and brother, Richard Andrews. Survivors include his wife, Karen Andrews; his Bull dog, Winnie; children, Anthony Andrews, Tom Williams, John Grant (Renee), Shelly Andrews and Roxanne Andrews; grandchildren, Braydn Williams, Kamryn, Alyssa, Carly, and Ethyn Grant and Taylin Johnson; and sisters, Dyla Lawton, and Judy Cowan.

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, April 29, 2013
  • Visitation Monday, April 29, 2013
REMEMBERING

Roger L. Andrews

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Bob

April 29, 2013

I am grateful for the life of Mr. Andrews. Thanks to his service and to the service of others in our armed forces, my family and I have been able to lead our lives in freedom and peace.

Welcome home, Roger.

Patty Roush

April 28, 2013

Karen, you and your family have been in my thoughts often over the past weeks. You con't to be in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this difficult journey

Renee Grant

April 27, 2013

You are an amazing person, who had touched so many hearts in your years of life here on earth. You have made so many memories in many peoples hearts Roger. I will never for get the times of hearing you coming up the street blowing your "aauuggaa" horn. And the lovely little donkey that was on the hood. You had always found a way to put a smile on my face no matter the situation. I always enjoyed listening to your stories that you would tell me from your war buddies, to the times of when you and Honey worked together. You were my father figure when I needed you to be there for me. You always welcomed me with open arms and an open heart. I will forever be great full to you because of that. If anything needed to be fixed, we all knew to take it to PaPa. PaPa could fix it all. You were always a strong man. It hurt my heart greatly watching you fight your battle with COPD. One would think that war would be bad, but COPD is the worse. You gave it your all PaPa. You are in a better place now, no more suffering, no more pain. Please watch over all of us that loved you dearly, and guide us down the proper paths. We will meet again, when our times come. I love you Roger!!

FROM THE FAMILY