A graveside service for Donald Glenn Andrew, 65, of Arlington, Texas will be 12:00 pm Saturday, October 10, 2020 at Jim Ned Cemetery in Runaway Bay, Texas, officiated by Pastor Bill Hughes. Donald passed away Thursday, October 1 at home.
He was born November 13, 1954 in England to Hester and Dortha (McCasland) Andrew. He served in the Air Force during Vietnam.
Donald had a mild Pepsi addiction. He loved to read sci-fi novels. He was a knowledgeable man of all types of trivia from movies, books, people, and history.
Donald is survived by brother Jackie Andrew and wife Penny of Bridgeport; sisters Wanda Andrew of Alvarado, Texas, and Khadijah Janean Andrew of Yorba Linda, California; daughter Krystle Rickert and husband Gary of Abilene, Texas; son Tim Andrew and wife Angel of Pensacola, Florida; grandchildren Kristina, Rebecka, Jessica, Sarah, and Andy; six great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his wife of 41 years, Beverly Andrew, grandson Jeremy Don, and his parents Hester and Dortha Andrew.
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