Andrew Robertson

Andrew Jackson Robertson, 75, passed away March 10, 2015 in College Station. Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

Andrew was born September 28, 1939 in Washington, Texas, to Australia and Ruby Robertson. He worked at Mims Meat Co. and E.J. Mitchell as a machinist until he retired. He attended St. Matthew Baptist Church under the watch and care of Pastor Robert Marshall.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Raymond Robertson.

He leaves behind his stepmother Myrtle Robertson; three loving daughters and their spouses, Carita and (Greg) Jackson, Andrea and (Cedric) Payton, Tanya and (Jeff) Daniels; ex-wife, Ora Lee Robertson; and devoted son, Anthony Gardner; brothers, Leon and (Marsha) Robertson, Robert Robertson; sister-in-law, Helen Gardner; brothers-in-law, Mickey Jackson, Leroy Jackson, Jimmie Lee Jackson; eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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  1. To my wonderful and awesome Uncle “Little Boy” Andrew Robertson and Family. Pee Wee, Tonya, and Andrea, I want you to know that I love you all very much and will miss the wonderful times I had with your dad. He has always been a great role model for me in my life and he has and was always the best Uncle who love us no matter what. I will miss him dearly and I have no regrets knowing that he truly love us more. Please know that we (my family and I) are here for you all on anything you made need. We are always prayerful for all of you and know that he is truly in good hands and that God will never put more on us or you, than we can bare. Again, I will miss my Uncle “little boy” and I loved him so much. Our condolences to you all and his brothers and may lord continue to bless you, comfort you and hold you during this home going of my Uncle, your father. Much Much love…Tony L. Robertson and family.

    • Thank you so much, Tony. We really appreciate your kind and thoughtful words. Love you and please, keep us in your prayers.


    • Tony, thank you for your condolences. He was a great man and even greater father. Daddy showed me what a man’s unconditional love looks like. He will truly be missed each and every day until we see each other again.

  2. Deepest Sympathy to the family. Sorry to hear about the passing of your dear loved one. May the love of GOD and Jesus Christ comfort and sustain each of you at this time of personal loss. (Isaiah 41:10). Neighbor

    • Wilma, on behalf of my family, I would like to thank you for your condolences. Our father was a great man. He is and will be missed dearly.


  3. Thank you, W.C. My family and I really appreciate your condolences. Losing our father is devastating but by the grace of God…



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