A farewell letter to my Husband of 27 years.
When you were born on Halloween 1952 by parents Vincent and Margaret Andrade I am sure that they had no idea what their son would accomplish in his short time on this earth.
Cary’s self-taught music ability was amazing. He played Violin as a very young man and went on to pick up the guitar, sing and write music. On our first dates he swept me off my feet with his ability to play by ear and sing. He had so much fun entertaining our friends and family playing guitar at parties and holidays.
He taught himself to make beautiful furniture, customized and painted vehicles & motorcycles. He created beautiful pen and ink artwork.
He was always there for friends, family and neighbors to lend a helping hand when they needed him. Cary made his livelihood driving transfer trucks and hauling heavy equipment.
I think Cary’s greatest accomplishment was the gift of our precious daughter Trisha Christine Andrade. She is the apple of his eye. Cary fell deeply in love with her instantly and created a bond that anyone would envy.
“Thank you for fighting the fight, to stay with us as long as you possibly could, we will love you forever”-Sara & Trish
He is survived by his wife Sara, daughter Trisha (fiance Ryan Bartylla and brother Michael Andrade (Fran), his best bud, Jimmy Noble, sister Lori Chavez, and neice Amber Schlemmer.
He is preceded in death by his brother Steven, father Vincent and mother Margaret and by his in-laws, David and Gertrude Boyd.
A celebration of his life and a Mass of the Resurrection will be held on Tuesday October 23, 2012, at 10:00 A.M. at Immaculate Conception Church in Tres Pinos.
Memorials are preferred to Immaculate Conception Church c/o Black Cooper Sander Funeral Home, 363 7th St. Hollister, CA 95023