Andrew Ybarra

Andrew Ybarra

1975-2022

It is with great sadness that we said goodbye to our beloved Andy on July 20, 2022, following his courageous battle with cancer.  God blessed us with his arrival on December 29, 1975, at the Torrejon U.S. Air Force Base in Madrid Spain to Tim and Rose Ybarra.

Andy leaves behind a large and loving family; his wife Yolanda, his parents Tim and Rose , brothers Tim Jr.(Angela), Gilbert ( Krystal),  children Nathaniel , Valerie, Cesilie, Andrew, David, Jesse, Sofia, Garrett, Lenaya and Carmen, granddaughters; Ava, Neila, Neveah, Layah,  Adelina , and Avianna, as well as many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and a multitude of dear friends. 

The family finds comfort in knowing he has joined his beloved grandparents in heaven, Marcial Ybarra Sr., and Mike and Rosie Villalobos who were no doubt waiting with open arms.

After leaving Spain, Andy lived in Los Angeles California, before spending most of his years in Merced and Modesto California, where he met his wife, Yolanda. They later built a life and home in Artesia, New Mexico where Andy quickly became a well known and loved community member. 

Andy enjoyed life and always brought and found joy wherever he was. His most treasured times were spent with his family and friends, whether it was camping, enjoying a Raiders or Warriors game, the peacefulness of fishing or just sitting listening to music and enjoying one another’s company.  His smile was constant, and his laugh was unmistakable. Andy had a caring and selfless heart, always taking the time to reach out to others even during days when he was in pain.  His desire for his wife, children, parents, and family to know he loved them, was of utmost importance to him.

We feel your love, we see your smile and we hear your laugh sweet Andy. You fought the good fight. May you now rest in peace in God’s embrace, until we meet again.  We love you.

Memorial Service will be held Friday, August 5th, 2022, at 1:00, Allen Mortuary in Turlock California.  Celebration of his life will take place at Yosemite Lake Fish & Game Building, Merced California 4:30 p.m.

A livestream/ recording will be available at https://www.viewlogies.net/allen/LPX4k76jb?pin=279162

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The family wishes to thank all who prayed faithfully for Andy’s healing, and now continue to pray for his rest with God. Flowers (local florists only please) are appreciated as are donations to Cancer Research Non- Small Cell Adenocarcinoma, in Andy’s name.

8 Comments

  • Mimi Ortega July 29, 2022 12:16 am

    My Beloved Primo , I can’t stop thinking about you , remembering your laugh your smile. Now you in the presence of the Lord and with Grandma n Grandpa and Angel. RIP Primo. Love Mimi

  • Julia Zamora July 29, 2022 1:32 am

    My dearest friend, in this life I have encountered some of the most extraordinary people. You definitely are on that list. May the lord welcome you with open arms and may your family be at peace knowing you’re suffering has ended. Much love to you Mr Ybarra….keep it Gangsta , even in heaven 💜

  • Jennifer Ybarra July 30, 2022 3:14 am

    Andy I can’t stop thinking about you I’m in disbelieve were one of a kind ill tell you that! I close my eyes an I can remember your smile & hear your laugh..it always put people in a good mood. You were the most down to earth person I’ve known always willing to lend out a helping hand to anyone. Always treated me like family no matter what & looked out for me an my girl’s. I will hold all my memories of you close to my heart, you will definitely be miss. May you rest in Heaven dance with the Angels🕊 till we meet again Andy ❤️
    Prayers to the whole family & friends

  • Dalinda Saich July 30, 2022 10:00 pm

    My Andy, I will love you forever and will miss you every day. Until I see you again, rest with grandpa. Your Nana

  • Amanda Maese August 4, 2022 10:55 pm

    My brother in law, your positive energy and your welcoming smile will always be remembered. You are someone who lived life to the maximum. I hope you will watch over your children and wife from heaven above. Never forget❤️ u.

  • Aharel Moreno-Rubi August 5, 2022 7:53 pm

    To my beloved friend you were always more than just a homie you were like a Brother to me when I was young I remember shadowing you around and laughing at your jokes and your hilarious laughter you were always in a good mood,I also want to thank you for thinking of me still after all these years before you left us and asking Vero how I was doing when I wasn’t around you always showed love to my family only a true friend a Brother will ever do that, I love you Carnal I’ll never forget you until the next time we meet again,RIP my Brother. Alex R

  • Monica Talamante August 5, 2022 9:22 pm

    Andy you will be greatly missed. Every memory i have with you is filled with love, laughter, and that smile 😁. You had an energy that just always made me feel welcomed and loved. My condolences are with your entire family. Gone but never forgotten.
    Much Love
    Monica Talamante

  • Alicia Salazar August 6, 2022 3:55 pm

    Andy, I will always remember your smile, always with a good attitude..I remember when you would always come to my home..I was cooking you gave me good compliments of my food, homemade tortillas and my chile con carne, refried beans, how come ….doesn’t cook like you, teach her please..gladly Andy but she don’t want to..but you’re welcome to eat at my home. I will miss you Andy, have always kept you in my prayers, you’re in a better place with Jesus. I’ll see you, when I see you. 💔🌿🕊

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