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Richardson-Colonial Funeral Home

123 Newlin Street, Port Lavaca, TX

OBITUARY

Franklin Thomas Andrews Jr.

December 10, 1951October 30, 2019

Tom Andrews passed away October 30, 2019 from complications with pneumonia, he was 67 years young. Born December 10, 1951, in Pasadena California, son to Mr Franklin and Dellelis Andrews, big brother to Anne, Patty, Kevin, Bobby and Larry.

Tom lived in Magnolia beach for nearly 30 years it was his passion for the outdoors and wildlife that brought him to Calhoun county, and was his cherished friendships with his neighbors, friends and community that kept him there. Tom loved Calhoun county.

Tom was president of the Magnolia Beach Volunteer Fire department for nearly 10 years , where he and many others gave their time to help save the lives of others in their community. Tom also severed on the Parks board and the Water board giving his time to make his community better and safer place. We would like to thank Citizens Memorial Hospital of Victoria, it's Doctors, Nurses and Administration who helped Tom and treated with great care and like a family member.

Toms Celebration Of Life service will be at New Beginnings Church In Port Lavaca on November 16th at 11am, located at 301 Alcoa Dr., Port Lavaca, TX, 77979 following thereafter at the Magnolia Beach Fire Barn Toms Friends and family are invited continue the celebration food and beverages being served.

Toms ashes will be spread at approximately 2:30pm on his beloved Magnolia beach by the "monument" public pier.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, November 16, 2019

Memories

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kevin andrews

November 22, 2019

Good Bye Tom! We will miss you!

kevin andrews

November 20, 2019

Kevin Andrews

November 20, 2019

Bruce Lineberger

November 14, 2019

I fondly remember the Andrews home from my junior and senior high school days in Fullerton, CA. The oldest being Tom and his brothers George and Kevin provided non stop action on the weekends. Each one vying for for some money and a car to party in. Tom did his separate thing while Kevin and I were doing ours. George was another thing all together. Once his parents rented a motor home and we all went out towards Denver. All those kids took over every campground and a few were happy too see us go. We made some movies skinny dipping that his parents saw on a home movie night. Tom moved to Tucson after high school and later Kevin, George and I joined him there. I can’t say he left for Texas because Tucson wasn’t big enough for that many Andrews but it was the last place I saw him. Quite a family and my condolences and love go out to his brothers and sisters.

Kevin Andrews

November 14, 2019

May the music of the angels
Be the sweet sounds that you hear.
As you’re rocked in Heaven’s cradle

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY