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Thursday, July 28, 2011

In Loving Memory...

Guadalupe E. Andrade

Funeral services for Guadalupe E. Andrade, of Plano,

were held at 9 AM, Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at the

Dossman Funeral Home Chapel with Minister Bill

Bunting officiating. Burial followed at the Hillcrest Cemetery

in Temple.

The family received friends for visitation on Tuesday

evening from 6-8 PM at the dossman Funeral Home in


Mrs. Andrade died July 23, 2011 in a San Antonio hospital.

Mrs. Andrade was born in San Juan, Texas the daughter

of Sabino and Claudia (Ramos) Espinoza. She married

Jose Morales Andrade in Edinburg, Texas. She was a

long time resident of Goree, Texas. She was a member of

the Goree Church of Christ, before moving to Plano in

1997. She was a homemaker.

Mrs. Andrade was preceded in death by her husband

November 4, 1984 and a son, Eloie Andrade, in 1955.

Survivors include two sons, Jessie Andrade, Sr. and

wife Martha of Munday and Jose Andrade, Jr. and wife

Josie of Plano. She is also survived by eight daughters,

Yolanda Andrade of Plano, Dora Andrade of Austin, Olga

Casey and husband Mike of Corpus Christi, Billie

Andrade of Dallas, Herrlinda Thrash and husband Philip

of Lubbock, Margie Parker and husband Robert of Bryant,

Arkansas, Rachel King and husband Pat of Marble Falls

and Sue Banfield and husband Eric of Belton. Brother

Faustino Espinoza of Linares, Mexico and Vidal Espinoza

of Monterrey, Mexico; 16 grandchildren, Elizabeth Bell,

Jessie Andrade, Jr., Marcus Steven Andrade, Priscilla

Andrade, Yomaida English, Douglas Andrade, Lloyd

Andrade, Celeste Cole, Monica Andrade, Bradley Casey,

Bryan Casey, Ashley Casey, Taylor Banfield, Macey

Banfield, Codee King and Rilee King. Twelve great grandchildren

and four great great-grandchildren.

Memorials may be made to Temple Cemetery Company/

Hillcrest Cemetery, P.O. Box 2333, Temple, Texas


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