Andrew Brian Wiesen

  • Jul 9, 2020 I am so sorry to read about the loss of your dear loved one, Andrew.
    My sincere condolences to you, your family and friends. At this time may you find comfort from Revelation 21:4, where it states, that death will be no more.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow.
    Sylvia S.
  • Jul 8, 2020 John Paul, Mrs. Gardner Wiesen, Mr. Wiesen - Praying for your family\'s healing, strength, and peace during this difficult time. You all are surrounded by many of us who care about you. God bless you. Nancy M. Wright, League City Elementary
  • Jul 5, 2020 You changed my life for the better and I think I just might miss you deeply for the rest of time. But we had a conversation once about Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.... time is only relative, right? Anonymous
  • Jul 2, 2020 It was an honor to be Andy\'s principal. Our collective Wildcat thoughts and prayers are with the family.

    Once a Wildcat, Always a Wildcat.

    Jamey Majewski
    CCHS/Principal
    Jamey Majewski
  • Jul 2, 2020 Andy, One in a million, billion or even trillion doesn’t even describe you bro. You were one in a million lifetimes I can best put it. You were a brother, 100% love when we came around each other, a real genuine being, and that’s one thing I will miss and cherish the most about you because that is real rare. I just pray & ask that you watch over all of us that love you down here on earth bro. Rest in paradise, until we meet again brother. Dynell Hayward
  • Jul 1, 2020 I took Andy hunting for the first time ..we hyped up how much fun it was and how much he would like it. Long story short it happened to be one of the worst hunts in history haha ..after walking miles thru knee high mud to get to our spot Andy Had understandably dozed off with all of his shells in his lap..by the time the first ducks came by andy was still fast asleep and we shot . He woke up loosing all his shells in the water ! We didn’t see a single bird after that. By the time the hunt was over and sure in his mind he’d never hunt again Andy packed up and was the first one to start walking back. He put his head down and was miles ahead of us. That to me captured the essence of Andy. No matter how hard the walk was whether it was CrossFit, school or football ..He always put his head down and was miles ahead of all us. The world needs more people like Andy and he deserved Too and did live an amazing life. I don’t think it would be a bad idea if we all lived for him everyday. Take what you Admired about him and make it apart of us and our lives, I know the world and all of us would be better for it. I know I will. So let’s celebrate and carry a piece of Andy with us throughout our lives and give him the life he always deserved. ..Till next time 16 . I love you and I’ll see you around Joey Abatecola
  • Jul 1, 2020 My brother , I love you . You were the greatest/ best brother to play with and live life with ....fly high 16 Davon Smith
  • Jun 30, 2020 Amazing young man. Sheri HW
  • Jun 30, 2020 All American Andy. You are loved by so many and for good reason. Im thankful for the times we shared and thankful for what a great uncle you were to my daughters. You will be missed dearly but I have no doubts about where you are now. Love ya bro CJ Allen