He was preceded in death by his parents, Bartolomeo and Domenica (Daro) Truccone and sister Mary (Truccone) Bartels. He is survived by his loving wife Elizabeth (Teichman) Truccone: daughters Sophia Splawn and husband Chuck, Toni Rose and husband Robert both of Santa Fe: grandchildren Chevis Splawn and Joseph Rose: great granddaughter Chloe Splawn and nephew Raymond Bartels of League City.
Andrew was the son of Italian immigrant parents and grew up vegetable farming with them on Hwy. 3 in League City. After that he managed a dairy farm in Arcadia for several years which was the last operating dairy on the mainland in Galveston County at that time. He worked for Steelco / Sportsman Trailers for 35 years where most people knew him as “Easy”. Andrew had served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Galveston County Fair & Rodeo and in recent years had served on a few committees. He enjoyed gardening/farming all his life. The thing that mattered most to him was his family and his faith. He was a wonderful husband and an amazing father. He was loved by all that met him.
There will be a rosary at 9:30am at Shrine of the True Cross Catholic Church in Dickinson with a memorial mass to be held at 10:30am Saturday, January 24, 2015.