Edward-Carr-Obituary

Edward Andrew Carr

Austin, Texas

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CARR, Edward Andrew (Andy) Andy passed away on July 4th, one day before his 72nd birthday, surrounded by friends and family. Born in Springfield, Missouri, Andy is survived by his brother, Harry Carr, and sisters, Dr. Jane Ann Carr and Judy Vanderbilt, and the love of his life, Architecture....

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Please except the respect of Ralph Pearson and Julio Sanchez who never knew Mr. Carr.

But finds humbling value in the wittiness of the impact of his passing through our friendship with Mr. Dana Copp who holds our respect and admiration in his and Andy's profession.

We pray for blessings and willful healing to all of Andy's family and friends.

ME, ANDY STEVE DUBI, ANN HINES, RICK...DOING WHAT WE DID BEST. NOT A CELL PHONE IN MY HAND, DIDN'T HAVE THEM THEN.

I lived in TCV between 1972 to 1979 and befriended Andy during that time.
I saw a lot of people come and go but Andy? Well, he was fixed personality that you couldn't forget.
We used to occasionally shoot pool on Greenville Ave. on Saturday nights and play poker poker till 2 or 3 in the mornings with Arnold Bernstein, Neil Beldon on occasions, Paul, and a few others.
I remember a time when Andy and I started a rent strike at TCV due to rent increases and paying for utilities...

He was my Uncle Andy and I loved having a good time getting to know him and Austin when I was an Art student there in the 80's. I love you, Andy, rest in peace, with the Lord JC God you have always known Who Loves You.

Our apartment door on Lemmon Ave. East

I'll tip my hat to my old roommate E. Andrew Carr and wish him a fond farewell. Andy invited me to share an apartment with him at Turtle Creek Village in Dallas, one of the greatest places to live if you happened to be in Texas in the mid-70s. Howard Mayer was the architect for these A-frame buildings that were manufactured in Sweden and assembled just across the tracks from the Kalita Humpreys Theater Center. It was a wonderful place to live because it was an urban community that worked, and...