Carol Andrus Obituary
Carol Andrus photos Carol Andrus photos

There are 130 photos in the gallery

Service Information

 
In Memory of

Carol Andrus

September 21, 1945 - November 15, 2009
Obituary

Carol L. Andrus, 64 of Cypress, Texas was called home to be with our lord Jesus, November 15, 2009. After a long 9 month battle of Pancreatic cancer. She was born on September 21, 1945 in Pensacola, Florida. Carol was proceeded in death by her father Wallace E. Smith ( Smitty). Carol is survived by Dale Andrus, her husband of 34 long loving years and three children, Cori and (James) Noakes, Dara and (Gary) Smith and Chad Andrus. Two grand children that were the APPLE of her eye Cody Thomas Smith and Jordyn Taylor Smith. Her mother Lois Smith from Perry, Florida and her one and only loving sister from Saucier, Mississippi, Christy and...
Carol L. Andrus, 64 of Cypress, Texas was called home to be with our lord Jesus, November 15, 2009. After a long 9 month battle of Pancreatic cancer. She was born on September 21, 1945 in Pensacola, Florida. Carol was proceeded in death by her father Wallace E. Smith ( Smitty). Carol is survived by Dale Andrus, her husband of 34 long loving years and three children, Cori and (James) Noakes, Dara and (Gary) Smith and Chad Andrus. Two grand children that were the APPLE of her eye Cody Thomas Smith and Jordyn Taylor Smith. Her mother Lois Smith from Perry, Florida and her one and only loving sister from Saucier, Mississippi, Christy and (Charles) Lizana, her Mother in-law Alice Andrus, and brother in-law Mike Andrus Two nephews also of Mississippi, Kevin and (Amy) Lizana and Keith and (Heather) Moore.

Carol was raised in the Military family that offered the opportunity to travel about the world. She graduated from Heniretta Kingsville High School in Kingsville, Texas. She then moved on to Corpus Christi, Texas and attended Beauty School and continued to do what she loved for many years. She was a devoted and loving wife (Beautiful), Daughter ( my #1), Mother (Best Friend), Sister (Best Sis), Grandmother (memaw). Carol had a incredible life that was well lived and definitely savored. She loved attending her grandchildren's extra curricular activities, never missing a baseball, softball or football game. She always made special time with all her family making each occasion remembered by some type of surprise (sursee) . She shared one of the most beautiful marriages on this earth as we know it, with the greatest man known! She was the most thoughtful and caring person and will be so greatly missed by all that knew her. We Love you !!!

Personalize Your Tribute

Share photos, videos and more with Legacy Memorial Websites. Find out more.

 
Start Planning Today

Make Your Plan Today

Preplanning your funeral or cemetery arrangements gives you and your loved ones peace of mind. Don't wait. Make your plan online today.
Plan Online Now
Send a Card
Send Meals to the Family

Audio Condolences

Use your phone to dial in a free personalized message. Click here to make an entry or listen to recordings from friends and family.