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Kathryn Lee Andre

February 19, 1978September 8, 2020
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Kathryn L. Andre was born on February 19, 1978 in El Cajon, California to Jim and Joy. She passed away peacefully on the evening of September 8, 2020.

She was a kind, loving, and open hearted person to everyone; and always put herself before others. Her life motto was to “Pay it forward”. All of her traits, characteristics, and morals were a bright light in this world. She was an outgoing, social person who loved everyone; and always saw the light in anyone.

There is an idea called the “Six degrees of separation” that all people are six, or fewer, social connections away from each other. If you were ever out and about with Kathy, you could be sure to see someone she knew either directly or through someone else. Knowing the kind of person Kathy was in life, her bright light has touched everyone in this world through her social relationships.

She is now in Heaven with her Mamacita and Grandpa Garcia, and her bright light continues to shine here through those who knew her. She is survived by her loving husband of 20 years, Robert Andre; miracle son, Landon Andre; parents, Joy and Jim; brother, Glenn Moss; and many other family members and friends. She was a loving wife, mother, daughter, Auntie (Tia), and friend who will never be forgotten and forever missed.

Visitation will be held on September 23, 2020 at 6:00pm at Sunset Funeral Home, 1701 Austin Highway, San Antonio, TX.

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    Wednesday, September 23, 2020

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David Rothe

September 23, 2020

Where to begin...you lived more in 42 years than most people do in a lifetime! Your compassion and consideration of others showed every time they saw your smile. Your heart was as big as Texas and you always would light up a room when you entered it. There wasn't a truck that you didn't own (you know what I'm talking about) and yet the green one was always my favorite.... Staind blasting on the radio trying to break the speedometer. You have affected so many people and your legacy will continue to be written long after you have been gone. God gave you to the world and you left your mark on it in a BIG way. The last conversation we had I will remember forever and it is how I will always remember you.....Sweet dreams Kath and fly with the Angels.

Latasha Crosby

September 22, 2020

Words can not express my feelings. Kathy and her beautiful soul touched many of us in different ways. I would’ve never imagined gaining a friend like her when we moved to San Antonio. What started out as two completely different neighbors having kids that couldn’t get enough of each other, blossomed into a special friendship no one would understand. I will cherish every moment shared. I am at peace knowing that she lived life here on earth to the fullest. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord... so with that I say rest peacefully my dear friend, all is well in your new home.

J. C. Barnes

September 22, 2020

Such a beautiful soul i had the privilege of knowing. Sleep well my dear, and we'll see you in the morning!!

Natalie Bowen

September 22, 2020

Well... here I am sister
This has been weighing on me for quite some time but I have to be strong and brave like you’ve taught me. Today I had to tell myself I have to speak and give my respects to my best friend... i will try my best to make this short and sweet but no promises ! I met you as your bartender, then your hairdresser and as everyone else saw you became my best friend and therapist as I was to you I hope :) You taught me what a true friendship actually meant and you taught Brooklyn to not only swim but how to have courage and strength as a little girl! Let’s face it she’s a “small Kathy” and I love that! You took me under your wing and gave me life when my dad passed. I’ll never have a person like you! I’ve never laughed so hard and loved so hard til I met you, I’m very lonely right now and feel like I’ve lost my soul sister. Thank you for teaching myself and my kids about life and living it to the fullest. There will never be another Kathy in my lifetime and I’ll always reminisce! Your my super woman just like you tell me “I love you more” thank you for giving me so many adventures and Black Fridays and losing my contacts countless amount of times. You are my favorite person to do life with. Love you mermaid bumble bee ❤️

Sherry Morash

September 21, 2020

What a journey we had together. You will always be loved, missed and never forgotten. My world is shattered without you.

LaValle Jenkins

September 21, 2020

Deepest condolences to all family and friends. I said many prayers for Kathy. May all of you find piece through all the happy memories and laughs shared with her. I will never forget my friendship with her. If I was down, she was guaranteed to cheer me right up. Rest in Heaven Kathryn Lee Andrew.

Jim Obenshain

September 18, 2020

Thank you Jesus and thank you God, for all that we have in our existence, especially Kathy! ...and thank you Kathy, for choosing us to be your family and have the oppurtunity to know you and love you!
We see that the 'earthly' chapters of your story are finished, but we know your story continues in Heaven. We will see you again, maybe at "the Lake House", after we cross that transitional bridge to go through the door we escorted you to, but could not pass.
We love you with all our heart.

Mom, Dad and Glenn

Stacie Olivarri

September 16, 2020

To My Fiercest Hurricane;

As the memories flood my head and heart, I can’t help but wonder what the angels Upstairs thought when you arrived! You are a loving force that stopped the choirs and turned up the jukebox no doubt. I am lucky and blessed to have had you in my life through the good, the bad, the ugly, everything in between, and the unforgettable, epic GREAT! Thank you for sharing your whole self with me and allowing me to unconditionally do the same. Thank you for the precious, crazy times with our children; they are priceless. Thank you for making me bust out with the “I can’t catch my breath!” laughs after I cried the hardest of tears. And thank you for the many toasts to life. I do and will feel your absence forever.

Cheers girlfriend. You are in the arms of the Lord! Rest in Peace and Paradise and I promise, if you Just Breathe, I’ll “meet you on the other side” my friend. I love you.

Stacie

Valerie Matus

September 14, 2020

Kathy and I were cousins, but more like sisters. We were only 8 months apart and were very close. I never had to worry when she was around as she was the "go getter" and I was the "follower". I remember when we were teenagers, she LOVED Jon Bon Jovi! We would spend summers together and watch "The Money Pit" and just laugh and laugh, and then watch it again and laugh some more. I always felt so much more braver around her; she just had that aura around her that could make you feel like you could do anything. Miss you cousin and love you. Go and dance with Grandma and Grandpa.

Angela Torres

September 13, 2020

Girl, it’s so hard to believe you are in heaven. I keep thinking I’ll see you walk through the doors and you will give me those famous words of wisdom you were always filled with. You were taken to soon from us, we will never be the same without you, So many people including myself are better because you embraced us no matter the situation and loved everyone without fail. They say only the good die young and I know now it’s the truth. You are so loved and we will be. We will always keep your memories strong. Fly high sweet friend. Forever and always I will miss you.

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