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Celebrating the life of
Kristina Catherine Andrews
October 12, 1973 - February 18, 2019
She was a true animal whisperer and they all seemed to sense her love for them. Most memorable though was her deep dimpled, beaming, warm-hearted smile, and her infectious laugh. She will be greatly missed.
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Islands Chapel
912-898-0900
  • Funeral Service
  • 2:00pm - Wednesday, February 27, 2019
  • All Saints Episcopal Church
  • 804 Jones Ave. (Map)
    Tybee Island, Georgia 31328

  • 912-786-5845
  • Burial to follow in
  • All Saints Episcopal Church Garden
  • 804 Jones Avenue (Map)
    Tybee Island, GA 31328

I will always remember that Kristi brought joy to everyone who knew her, and that her fondest wish was that all living things would be safe and happy.

Bob Moyer, Dover, DE

Kristina and I met when we both worked for Godfather's Pizza in Garden City, GA. I remember being very fond of her and always wanted to get to know her better. I ended up going off to college and ended up moving to Delaware. I was recently in Savannah this past Thanksgiving and wanted to try and get in contact with her to see how she was doing. I am so sorry for the loss that you all are going through right now. Please accept my sincere condolences during this difficult time. Daryl Hicks

Daryl Hicks, Milford, DE

We love you and are thinking about you all the time. We want to offer our love, prayers and help to you in any way we can. Will and Betsy

Will and Betsy Strong, Tybee Island, GA

Carol and Don, We are so saddened by your tragic loss. We hope that you will find joy in happy memories and peace in the hope and faith in God and the support and love of family and friends in this difficult time. Lisa and Bert

Bert and Lisa Adamiak , Carrollton , GA

The day that I met Kristina when she adopted my foster kittens was the start of a beautiful friendship of cat loving ladies. Her compassion and love of family was strong, unfaltering and enduring. Kristina intuitively understood and loved each of her animals deeply. We have all lost in our lives a kind hearted soul who wanted only the best for everyone and every animal that she knew. May Kristina's kindness and memory live eternally in our hearts and may we always strive to live up to the high regard that she had for us. I will miss you, my dear friend Kristina.

VERA MITROVICH, BLUFFTON, SC

 

Kristina C. Andrews, died Monday, February 18, 2019 at Tybee Island.

Kristina was born in Montgomery, AL on October 12, 1973.

She is survived by her mother Carol; her father, Donald; her brother, Neil Andrews; her aunts and uncles, Catherine and Frank Chew and William and Betsy Strong; as well as cousins, Eric Strong and Frank Chew, Jr. (Carter); and her nephew, Onan Chew.

Most remarkable about Kristi was her love for creation, for all living things, tender-hearted as she was. She posted a sign in her bedroom window that announced: "All Strays Welcome!" and she did welcome many, having a collection of nine cats she had taken in. Kristi was also a horse lover and was galloping on her own horse with no saddle or bridle by age 10. When she was 14, Kristi adopted a wild horse and had it trained to ride in no time. She was a true animal whisperer and they all seemed to sense her love for them. Most memorable though was her deep dimpled, beaming, warm-hearted smile, and her infectious laugh. She will be greatly missed.

A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 27, 2019, at All Saints Church on Tybee Island. Interment will take place in the Church Memory Garden with a reception to follow in All Saints' Mission Hall.

Remembrances may be made in Kristi's honor to the Islands Feral Cat Project; phone number 912.777.3289.

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I will always remember that Kristi brought joy to everyone who knew her, and that her fondest wish was that all living things would be safe and happy.

Bob Moyer, Dover, DE

Kristina and I met when we both worked for Godfather's Pizza in Garden City, GA. I remember being very fond of her and always wanted to get to know her better. I ended up going off to college and ended up moving to Delaware. I was recently in Savannah this past Thanksgiving and wanted to try and get in contact with her to see how she was doing. I am so sorry for the loss that you all are going through right now. Please accept my sincere condolences during this difficult time. Daryl Hicks

Daryl Hicks, Milford, DE

We love you and are thinking about you all the time. We want to offer our love, prayers and help to you in any way we can. Will and Betsy

Will and Betsy Strong, Tybee Island, GA

Carol and Don, We are so saddened by your tragic loss. We hope that you will find joy in happy memories and peace in the hope and faith in God and the support and love of family and friends in this difficult time. Lisa and Bert

Bert and Lisa Adamiak , Carrollton , GA

The day that I met Kristina when she adopted my foster kittens was the start of a beautiful friendship of cat loving ladies. Her compassion and love of family was strong, unfaltering and enduring. Kristina intuitively understood and loved each of her animals deeply. We have all lost in our lives a kind hearted soul who wanted only the best for everyone and every animal that she knew. May Kristina's kindness and memory live eternally in our hearts and may we always strive to live up to the high regard that she had for us. I will miss you, my dear friend Kristina.

VERA MITROVICH, BLUFFTON, SC


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