Ozurovich, Andrew Joseph Born December 7, 1920, left this world January 27, 2008. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Marie, sons Michael, Thomas (Mary Helen), John (Mary Lou), Andrew (Christine), seven Grandchildren, Barbara, Mark, Gabriella, Matthew, Megan, Kelly and Allison. He had many nieces and nephews, and many relatives and friends. He will be missed by all. Services will be at Holy Cross Cemetery Chapel, Culver City, Saturday, February 2, 2008 at 9:30 A.M. Donations may be made to the Braille Institute, 741 N. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90029

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  1. Marie, Michael, Tom, John & Andy: I was so sorry to hear the news about Andy. I know how deeply each of you are grieving right now. To say he was a special person is such an understatement. He was the kind of person who made this world a much, much better place. My heart goes out to each of you as well as to Mary Helen, Mary Lou, Chris and all the grandchildren. I pray God will wrap each of you in His love and give you the strength and comfort you need. I so wanted to be there, but health problems interfered. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I love you all. Linda (Tete Dena)

  2. I will always remember grandpa sitting in his chair and always greeting me with laughter and a welcome in Spanish. He always had a special way that he personalized each greeting…usually something dirty. =) I always loved sitting on the floor next to his recliner and listening to him talk about either the old days, or the last great meal he had described in a way that only he could. He could talk about a fresh baked roll for ten minutes..and leave us all hungry for some. If he went on a cruise, and we asked how it was, the buffet was first on the list. He was the life of the party, always pulling me close and whispering the latest dirty joke in my ear, never skipping a desert and having a good cup of coffee or screwdriver in his hand. I can still hear him laughing in my mind, exclaiming ” Beautiful! ” when he really enjoyed something. He always thanked us for stopping by and was always a joy to be around. My warmest memories will be of him smiling, even on his last day. I loved him deeply and will miss him greatly.

  3. It is easy to see that Andy was a very special person with a big heart! I feel honored that I was able to meet him.

  4. Andy Jr. – I remember when we were kids playing games at your house, your dad would get home from a hard day at work and would always ask what we were doing and how things were going. He was truly interested in the people around him. It showed just how much he cared about his son and his son’s life. He will be missed. My prayers are with you.

  5. Dear Marie and Family, Our sadness is shared with you and your family. My parents always spoke so fondly of Andy and you. They are suffering a great emotional lost on losing one of their dear family and friend. I know a part of their hearts are broken,we too,share their grief. The times Stuart and I spent with you and Andy were not many but always a delight and honor to be a small part of your lives. We will remember those cherished memories for all times to come. Marie, you truly have been blessed having shared your life with Andy. Our sincere sympathy and love, Marie Yeseta and Stuart Byles

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