Andrew Arnold Corso

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  • "Corso, you always knew how keep us laughing at basketball..."
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    - Sawyer Harrison
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    - Katy Collins
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When he walked into a room, the only thing bigger than his physical being was his smile.

Andrew Arnold Corso, 21, of College Station, Texas was embraced by the Lord in heaven on November 6, 2011. He was born in Webster, Texas on July 6, 1990. Andrew graduated from Montgomery High School in Montgomery, Texas and was attending Blinn College in College Station, Texas.

Andrew often said; "Everyone dies, but not everyone lives." He will be remembered by the way he lived his life. He was a friend to all and was always there for anyone who needed him and could change the complexion of your day with a wink and a smile.

He is survived by his parents, A. J. Corso and Lynn Justice Corso; his brother Justin Corso; grandmothers, Patricia Justice and Angie Corso; his uncle, Stephen Justice; Aunt Sunne Justice, her husband Dermot Doherty; cousins, Kyle and Jack Justice; niece, Hayden Corso, and many more family members and numerous friends. Andrew was preceded in death by grandfathers, Arnold Justice and Tony Corso, and his aunt, Lori Justice.

The Celebration of Andrew's life will be held at Saint Mary's Catholic Church in Plantersville, Texas on Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 3:30 P.M. A procession to Saint Mary's will leave Sam Houston Memorial Funeral Home, 20850 Eva St., Montgomery, Texas at 2 P.M.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Andrew to a trust fund set up for his niece, Hayden Corso whom he adored. Donations can be made through PayPal using the email address: [email protected]

You are invited to leave memorial condolences to his family on our website at


Published on from Nov. 10 to Nov. 23, 2011