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September 26, 2021 | Madison Heights, MI
September 26, 2021 | Madison Heights, MI
We are sorry for your loss. Although it has been many years since we have seen you, Andy’s smile and your sweet disposition are unforgettable.
You and your family are in our prayers and in our hearts.
Diana & Roland Blackshear
September 26, 2021 | Cypress, TX
What a terrible loss. My heart goes out to the family. Andy truly light up a room with his smile and laughter.
September 26, 2021 | Richmond, TX | Coworker
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. I worked with Andy as a customer of HCSS, and he was one of my favorites - always a pleasure to work with. My wife got the pleasure of meeting him at several of the annual meetings, and still remembers him as one of the nicest persons she's ever met. He will be missed!
September 22, 2021 | Tucson, AZ | Coworker
Jenna, I am so sorry for your loss. Andy was a very special person. Praying God will give you and the boys peace, comfort and strength during this difficult time.
September 21, 2021 | Waller, TX | Acquaintance
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
September 19, 2021 | Livonia, MI | Brother
I am so sorry to Andrew’s family for the loss of a great man! I went to school with Andy and his laughter and smile was so contagious, I’ll never forget it! Sending Gods grace and peace your way
September 18, 2021 | Lake Leelanau, MI | Classmate
Our prayers are for God’s eternal peace and comfort to blanket you, the boys and extended family and friends during this time. We have great memories of Andy that we will remember forever. Love, The Worchesik Family
September 17, 2021 | Cypress, TX | Friend
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Andrew Ouano, age 44 of Cypress, passed away on September 11, 2021. He is preceded in death by his parents Rodrigo and Alma Ouano. He is survived by his wife Jenna Ouano; sons Aiden Ouano, Anson Ouano, Aaron Ouano, Adler Ouano; sister Rhoda Roll and husband Mike; nephews Mark Roll and wife Katelyn, Myles Roll; niece Michaela Roll; mother-in-law Susanne Bywater and husband Dan; father-in-law Michael Simon; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Andy, born and raised in the Detroit, Michigan area, graduated from Bishop Foley High School in 1994. He continued his education at Michigan State University, class of ’99, with a degree in History. After college, job hunting brought Andy to Texas where he landed a teaching position at Waller High School. Following his first year of teaching, he met his wife, Jenna, while they were both in Boston for the summer. Andy and Jenna were soon married, and living in Cypress, Tx together. Over the next four years he would continue to richly impact the high school students and others around him. Andy selflessly decided to move careers in order to fulfill their dream of Jenna staying home with the boys. He began working at HCSS at that time in the Implementation Department. Eventually, Andy became the Instruction and Curriculum Lead, finding himself back in the teaching environment he loved so much.
However, Andy took the most pride in coaching his beloved sons as they got older. He happily led them as Coach Dad in soccer, baseball and basketball most every season. The boys loved having their Daddy as their coach, just as much as he enjoyed coaching them. He was their biggest fan. Andy not only influenced his own boys through sports, he left impressions on the hearts of all the players and coaches that had the privilege of knowing him. In his free time, you could find him using his talents building home projects for the family, playing games alongside his boys and always cheering on his MSU Spartans, Tigers, Lions and Pistons.
Andy was an extremely selfless man. He always considered the wants and needs of those he loved and cared about above his own. Andy embraced the joy and positivity in every situation he encountered. He had an infectious smile that beamed across his face in each moment. The impact he has made on others will last a lifetime. He made the world a much better place. Andy is truly loved by all who knew him. He will forever be loved and missed.
In Lieu of flowers, please consider donating to:
Texas Right to Life - 4500 Bissonnet, #305, Bellaire, TX 77401 or https://texasrighttolife.com/ways-to-give/honorariums-and-memorial-giving/
Rotary Club of Metro Mandaue 2006 - funds will be spent on a project of our choosing to honor Andy – www.facebook.com/rcmm2006.
Visitation will be Saturday September 25, 2021, from 6-8 pm at Canon Funeral Home. Visitation will be 2-4pm Sunday September 26, 2021, with Funeral Services at 4pm at Waller High School Stadium. In case of rain, Services will be held in the Waller High School Auditorium.