Life Story for Andre Berry
Andre Demone Berry Jr. was born on October 26, 1993 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.
He was born to the proud parentage of Andre Demone Berry Sr. and Mia Michelle Bean. He and his four sisters, Angela, Miah, Kailah and Melanie were brought up in a Christian home by his mother and stepfather Tony Louis Harper with the help of his grandparents James and Shirley Bean.
Andre accepted Christ at an early age and joined Sweet Home Baptist Church under the leadership of Dr. James C. Brown. He was active in the youth department serving in the choir and on the usher board. He loved to praise the Lord in song and if he could he would have played the drums. Andre attended elementary school in Fort Worth. His secondary education was completed at Watauga Middle School and Haltom High School.
Andre was a long time enthusiast of wrestling, video games, gospel and R&B music, and he was an avid movie buff. His favorite wrestlers were John Cena, Triple H, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Mark Henry. One of his final requests was in secret to his big sister, Angela. He was adamant that she sneak him out of Medical Plaza Hospital for an excursion to see the new release King Kong. Andre was a very kind, loving, and understanding young man that found joy in taking care of and entertaining his younger siblings and cousins. He would share anything and everything he had with one exception, a Subway footlong.
He is preceded in death by his paternal grandfather Jessie Byner and his maternal grandparents James Alvin and Shirley Dean Bean.
He leaves wonderful memories to cherish by his father Andre Demone Berry Sr., mother Mia (Tony) Harper, sisters, Angela Bean, Miah, Kailah, and Melanie Harper, uncles Marcus (Alisha) Bean, Michael Bean, Milton Bean and Mike Berry, aunts Sandra Shepherd, Sheron (Paul) Nwachukwu, Brenda Shepherd Jones, Marsha Bean and Gail Berry and a host of cousins, other relatives and many friends.