Elsie Corynne Carter Andrews, 89 of Lake Tanglewood, Texas, went home to be with Jesus on January 2, 2023.
Services will be at 10:00 a.m. Friday, January 6, 2023, at Lake Tanglewood Community Church with Pastor Jon Kohler officiating.
Elsie was born on December 4, 1933, in Uvalde, Texas to Clifton and Corynne Carter. She worked as a hair stylist for 18 years, then started a small farm and began growing vegetables to sell at the local farmer’s market.
Elsie loved spending time with her family, playing cards, bunco, watching sports, going to the Sod Poodle games and being Ruckus’ biggest fan, playing games with the grandkids and beating them mercilessly. Her biggest fan and pet deer, Lady, will miss her greatly.
Elsie was a member of Lake Tanglewood Community Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Andy Andrews of 35 years; a sister Mary Jane Florence, and three brothers, Archie, Aubrey, and Maxie Carter.
Survivors include one brother, Monroe Carter; 2 sisters-in-law, Linda Carter and Carol Carter; three children, Rick Balzen and Cathy of Colorado, Ann Degrassi and Kevin Reeves of San Antonio, and Sandi Eudey and Doug of Lake Tanglewood; 11 Grandchildren: Courtney Balzen, Brittany (Mike) Wagner, RJ (Katie) Balzen, Elizabeth (Justin) Titus, Kelli (Chris) Thompson, Sarah (Joseph) Cotton, Emily (Devon Manz) Morgan, Marshal (Lindsey) Eudey, Dustin (Lyndee) Wynne, Andy (Kari) Eudey, Donna (Chris) Pittman; 21+ great-grandchildren: Ashley, Liam, Rylie, Justin, Gunner, Elijah, Silas, Eden, Lily, Rylee, Thomas, Colton, Peyton, Marilyn, Clay, Case, Audrey, Declan, Wyatt, Morgan, Noah, one on the way, and many nieces and nephews.
Elsie was such an enjoyable, positive lady and I loved kidding around with her. She will be greatly missed.
I will miss our chats each day and you my Wonderful Friend!❤️
Say Hi to Andy for us.
Pray you get to spend time also with your Great Brothers💕
I love you Aunt Elsie!
We were very sad to hear of Elsie’s passing, but remind ourselves that we were all so very blessed to have been her friends. As Helena said of Hermia, “Though she be but little she is fierce”. Fierce in her love of life, family and friends. Elsie’s memory will always be a blessing, and I believe thoughts of her will always bring a smile to our faces and to our hearts.
Such a Great Lady. Really going to miss her jokes & funny posts
I am in tears after reading of Babes passing. What a shock! She and Andy and my late husband Frank and I were good friends for years after meeting on SPI. They traveled to Ohio one summer for about two weeks and we did lots of fun things together, including a trip to Niagara Falls. For several years we helped them with bingo at Isla Blanca Park on SPI. My heartfelt condolences to you, I grieve with you.
God bless my wonderful sister. She will be missed for ever.
I’m going to miss our FB chats and sharing of Knippa memories.
I think she enjoyed pictures of my GKids as much as I did!