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Andrea Marie (Vann) Weatherbee
February 25, 1977 ~ February 1, 2024 (age 46) 46 Years Old
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Andrea Marie Vann-Weatherbee, passed away peacefully on February 1, 2024, at Franciscan Health in Michigan City, IN. She was born on February 25, 1977, to Cynthia Vann-Boucher, Andrea's loving nature brought joy to everyone she encountered.
A graduate of Elston High School, Andrea further enriched her knowledge with college courses that reflected her lifelong love of learning. She dedicated her professional life to home healthcare, demonstrating a commitment to caring for others. Her colleagues remember her as a passionate and intelligent woman who went above and beyond in her duties, often forming lasting bonds with those she served.
Andrea's heart was as expansive as her smile, and her capacity to love knew no bounds. She was a cherished member of a large family that included her parents, her grandfather Sam Vann, her grandmother Carol Beason, special cousins, Jessica Boucher and Matthew Boucher, special aunt, Cindy Sigle, her aunts Pam Vann, Angela Niegos, and Cheryl Keepen, her uncles Tony Geberin, Michael Vann and Jay C. Beason, boyfriend friend Jeff Griffin, and her bestfriend for life, Edward Knoll Jr. She also held a special place in her heart for her close friends LaTisha and James Harris, Justin and Courtney Pippin, and Crisa Will-Mrak, as well as a host of other family members who will miss her dearly.
Andrea's life was graced by the presence of her husband, Morris Weatherbee, who preceded her in death, along with her stepfather Don Boucher and her great grandparents Esther McKinney, Vancie McKinney, and grandmother Inez Frittz. Her memories with them were cherished and their influence on her life was profound.
Known as a social butterfly, Andrea's presence at gatherings was always a highlight. Her willingness to help made her the heart and soul of any event. She had an exceptional affinity for animals, and her pets were not just companions but family. Andrea also embraced her inner Glamour Girl; she took great delight in presenting herself with elegance and flair. Her impeccable makeup mirrored the meticulous care she took in every aspect of her life.
Those who knew Andrea would describe her as loving, passionate, and intelligent. Her ability to connect with people on a deeply personal level was one of her most remarkable traits. She had a gift for making others feel valued and understood, and her legacy is one of kindness and generosity.
She was a guiding light for many, a friend to all, and a woman of immeasurable warmth. Her spirit will continue to inspire those who were fortunate enough to know her, and her memory will be treasured forever in the hearts of her loved ones.
Her story does not end with her passing but lives on through the countless lives she touched with her generous spirit.