January 8, 1972 - November 18, 2021
André Tworek, 49, died Thursday, November 18, 2021, at CHI Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney, Nebraska. André Tworek was born January 8, 1972, in Columbus, Nebraska, to Paul and Katie (Kudryk) Tworek. He was a big brother to his brother Shelby and sister Tiffany Tworek. André graduated from Columbus High School in 1990. André lived in Columbus, Phoenix AZ, Lincoln and Kearney NE. He worked many different jobs including over the years; UPS, FedEx, multiple construction companies, a drilling company, and most recently working for the Tradesmen International in Lincoln where he had been working on becoming a Journeyman.
André had a love for fútbol and football. His favorite football teams are, of course, the Huskers and the Seattle Seahawks. André loved to play darts and started dart leagues where ever he would go. Meeting up with friends and having a good time was where you could find André on the weekends. André was always willing to help. If a friend or family member ever needed anything, he was there with no questions asked. He was never too busy day or night to lend a hand, all you had to do was call. He was willing to give you the shirt off his back to help you out.
In 2010 André moved back to Lincoln to start a new life with his Columbus High School crush, Jennifer Karnik and her son Colby Schmuecker. André's new family liked to travel, take photos, spend time with friends and have movie nights together. André usually always had neighborhood get-togethers in the garage on Saturday nights.
André leaves behind: Parents - Paul and Katie Tworek of Phoenix, AZ, Brother - Shelby Tworek of Phoenix, AZ, Sister - Tiffany Tworek Scottsdale, AZ, Committed Companion - Jennifer Karnik of Lincoln, NE, Niece - Alexxis Warrington of Boulder, CO, Nephews - Daxen and Reid Tworek of Phoenix, AZ, Step Son - Colby Schmuecker of Lincoln, NE, Many Aunts and Uncles, Cousins and Friends.
The funeral service was held on Tuesday, November 23, at Gass Haney Funeral Home with Rev. Cory Burma officiating. Condolences may be sent to www.gasshaney.com