Carina Louise D'Andrea

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Carina Louise D'Andrea September 20, 1982 - March 4, 2010 Carina Louise D'Andrea passed from this earth on March 4, 2010. At the time of her death, she was carrying a son, Joseph Kyle D'Andrea He did not survive. Carina was born in Grand Junction on September 20, 1982. She attended elementary and middle school on Orchard Mesa. She was a 2001 graduate of Grand Junction High School and lettered in Orchestra. She was an accomplished musician who played cello and electric bass. She was talented in many other ways. She attended Fort Lewis College and Pueblo Community College in Durango. She held a paralegal certificate. She was a Customer Care Representative at Star Tek, Inc. Above all, she was a free spirit, a loyal and trusted friend, and a person who was a bright light in the lives of many. Carina is survived by her mother and father, Cheryl and Ralph D'Andrea; by her sister and brother Jenny Fisher and Bryan Devenny; and by her beloved nieces and nephews Tyler Devenny, Dylan Devenny, Nate Fisher, and Kate Fisher. A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held on Friday, March 12, at 1:00 PM at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Friends are asked to bring some stories about how Carina impacted their lives. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Carina's memory to NARSAD, The Brain and Behavior Research Fund, at You may make donations online or print a donation form from that web site. Please specify that the donations are in memory of Carina, and that your contributions are to be earmarked for Bipolar Research.
Published in The Daily Sentinel on Mar. 10, 2010