Andy Serna of Muenster, TX passed away on Sept 16, 2021. He was born in Robstown, TX on September 21, 1956. He was a loving father to Maddie and Lexi Serna. Andy was put on this earth to be a Dad. He was proud of them from the moment they entered this world and bragged on them every second he could. They were his greatest joy. Andy was always so happy and so full of life with a grin that could light up a room. He was also quite the jokester and was constantly making people laugh. This made him a favorite to so many nieces and nephews. He was such an entertainer and had a passion for singing and bringing people smiles through music. He has been called home to sing with the angels.
He is survived by his daughters Maddie and Lexi Serna of Whitesboro, Tx, his siblings, Hilda Darwin of Bolivar, TX, Patsy Ball of Lake Kiowa, TX, Eddie Serna of Muenster, Tx, Roland Serna of Lebanon, TN, Jerry Serna of Sanger, Tx, Lisa Guay of Sanger and Danny Serna of Corinth, TX. And numerous nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his sister Diane Cruz, his parents Jeff Serna and Sara Gruschow.
His voice will echo in our ears and his love will remain in our hearts forever. Love you more Andy.
Andy was one of the sweetest man known. Everyone loved his music and the man behind the guitar. He was an amazing friend and a dynamic father to his girls. God received a beautiful Angel.
My sincere condolences for the Serna Family through this difficult time. I only knew Andy by passing in a short term job but, he and his brother left an everlasting memory that I will never forget. I always found it a joy to take time and visit with them. I really wished I could have had more time to know them more. Such great people like the Serna Family are such a blessing. Andy will definitely be greatly missed. Prayers for all of you
Andy will truly be missed by so many!
Prayers for the family. My late husband, Kevin and I loved to hear him play. I can hear him singing Silver Wings and Amarillo By Morning our two favorites. Andy you will be forever in our hearts. Eternal rest.
What an amazing person and a great friend. I can honestly say I’ve never met a more personable and truly authentic country musician than Andy. North Texas lost a really great “country troubadour”, and we all lost a really good friend. I’ll miss you Andy! Luv ya man.
.Andy was such a wonderful singer that just made your heart smile.We got to get to know when he played at Robson Ranch.Always came over to greet our crazy group that Andy and Vince became a part of our family…I never got the pleasure to meet Maddie but got to enjoy talking to Alexie…Andy girls were a big part of his live…He was a very proud dad of their accomplishments…We always enjoyed Andy and Vince coming to the house to play music of course my husband would play ..We was truly heart broke to hear about Andy…We will miss you terribly buddy …
Prayers of peace and comfort for all his family.
Our deepest sympathies to the Serna family. May God bless you all.
I feel like I have known Andy and his family most of my life. I remember going to the Red Barn for get togethers and parties when I was little with my parents and later as a teenager. I remember getting off work at The Ranch and dropping by Andy’s house to see what he and my dad were doing, as they played guitar and sang into the morning hours. Andy and my paths crossed periodically throughout the years. I have never known a Kinder, sweeter gentleman than Andy Serna. He was such a good friend to my dad and that meantso much. While he will be greatly missed, I’m glad that my dad has another opportunity to play guitar and be with his good friend again. God bless your sweet soul and rest in peace Andy.
I am so sorry Roland and to the rest of the Serna family I send my condolences
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the whole family.
We are sorry for the loss of your brother Andy.
May God carry you through this time in your life and cherish
all your memories together.
God bless and our prayers have been with you.
Lana and Jack Wiese
You surely will be missed
Andy . Wished we could hear you sing again. Sing loud with the Angels.
You did it now and are promoted to Heaven with the family. Rest in peace.
I met Andy while working at Tom Thumb back in high school. He kind of took me under his wing and showed me the ropes. I knew he lived on a ranch towards Muenster and one night after work he asked me if I wanted to go the the ranch. I thought to myself how cool is that. This older guy is inviting me to his house. Low and behold we end up at the Ranch in Muenster. I told Andy I can’t get in there because I’m only sixteen, Andy look at me and says, don’t worry, I know the owner! We were immediate friends…
I’ll always remember his beautiful smile and the fact every time our paths crossed he went out of his way to come over and chat about old times. Few people in this world were as kind as Andy Serna, Rest in Peace, my friend.
I remember Andy and his sisters from my teaching years at Muenster ISD. My condolences and prayers for peace and comfort to the Serna family.