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Andrew Charles Repassy

February 21, 1944November 28, 2019
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Andrew Charles Repassy was born on February 21, 1944, in Budapest, Hungary and passed away Thursday, November 28, 2019. In 1956, when Andrew Repassy was 12 years old he was involved in the Hungarian Revolution. Andrew, his father, and brother emigrated to the United States in 1957, and settled in Lorain, Ohio. Andrew served 6 years in the United States Army with the 101st Airborne division 187th Rakkasans. When Andrew was discharged from the Army he met Diane Ava Alguire and they were married on July 26, 1969, in Galion, Ohio. Andrew and Diane moved to Grand Prairie, Texas in 1980. Andrew Repassy loved to play soccer, play chess, watch Ohio State football, and worked hard for his family. Andrew is preceded in death by his father Louis Repassy and Mother Edith Rohrbrock. Andrew is survived by his lovely wife of 50 years, Diane, his two sons and daughters in law David and Misty of the Woodlands, Texas and Brian and Belinda of Harlingen, Texas. He is also leaves behind his 7 grandchildren, Zachary, Brittany, Scott, Ryan, Matthew, Samuel, and Benjamin and his 2 great-grandchildren, Gabriel and Anastasia. Andrew also leaves behind a brother and sister in law, Gabriel and Nancy of Waltham, Massachusetts and their family. Funeral services will be held Saturday, December 7, 2019, at Heavenly Grace Funeral Home in La Feria, Texas. Visitation will be at 1 p.m. followed by the Holy Rosary at 3 p.m. and ceremony of the full military honors. Following the services there will be a fellowship remembrance dinner with Andrew’s favorite foods being served.

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Linda LaComb williams

December 7, 2019

Andy had a very unique laugh that I always loved. He will Be Missed I am grateful for the honor of his friendship. God bless you.

David Repassy

December 2, 2019

My father never lost his sense of humor. Every time I visited him as I got older, he always told a joke or said something funny that would bring a smile to your face. No matter how much pain he was in, it always such a joy to visit him. He will be sorely missed, but his pain is no more.

David Repassy

December 1, 2019

Another great memory of dad. This is when Brian Repassy came home from Iraq in '06. We all drove up from Texas to welcome him home. My dad really entertained us all in the van with all the kids. He had a GREAT sense of humor.

David Repassy

December 1, 2019

I will always remember how much my dad loved to go on family trips. We didn't have to go far, or go to expensive places, he just enjoyed being together as a family. We often drove from Texas to Ohio to see our extended family, this was from one of those trips. The memories from those trips are some of the best memories I have growing up.

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