1962 - 2020
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Rebecca Andrews Christopherson passed away on Tuesday, November 24th after fighting COVID pneumonia for a month. Rebecca was born on August 5th, 1962 in Oklahoma, OK while her parents were on a business trip. She grew up in the Houston/Conroe, TX area and graduated from Conroe High school. She graduated from Baylor University with a degree in Psychology and from UT Arlington with a Master's in social work. She worked at MD Anderson Cancer hospital counseling families of cancer patients. She eventually decided to go back to Nursing School and graduated from Texas Womans University in Houston December 1994. She worked in the Medical Intensive Care Unit for many years, which she absolutely loved.

She is preceded in death by her loving Mother, Barbara Neal Andrews. Her loving Father Howard Paul Andrews Jr. resides in Conroe, TX. Her Sister, Melissa Alleyne Fink and her family (Husband Michael, Sons Will, Grant and Matthew) live in Highlands Ranch, CO. Her Brother, Trent Howard Andrews (Wife Cynthia, Daughters Claire, Abigail, Caroline and Katelyn) live in the Woodlands, TX.

She is dearly loved by her Husband, Dr. Chad Richard Christopherson, her daughter Aidan Andrews Christopherson and her son Bryce Harris Christopherson who presently live in San Antonio.

Rebecca was a once in a lifetime person with a drive and love of life that is very rare. She had a passion for helping people and served on many boards of organizations with a philanthropic objective.

She served as president for several and was a driving force for good. She tirelessly gave of her time and money to help other people.

Her "main job" as she put it, was always being a mother for her children and making sure they have the skills and drive necessary to succeed in this challenging world.

Not only her family is going to miss her, but everyone is also going to miss her.

Because of the pandemic, the family plans for a memorial service in the late spring or early summer.

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Published in Express-News on Dec. 20, 2020.
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December 21, 2020
Chad, Aidan, and Bryce...I know that words don't exist to comfort you. I was devastated to hear about Rebecca's passing. She was truly special, as she genuinely cared about everyone and gave so much of herself to all of us who were lucky enough to be her friends. I hope and pray that with time all the happy memories will bring you peace, comfort and later joy. I won't ever forget Rebecca and the friendship that I was so lucky to have with her. Her love for all of you is forever.
elizabeth nelson
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