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OBIT:ANDREA HUSEBY

Andrea's Obituary

ANDREA HUSEBY The family of Andrea Huseby sadly announces her passing on February 8, 2002 at the age of 32, from injuries resulting from a car accident. She and her husband Chris were on their way to the Opening Ceremonies of the Olympic Games. Andrea was a resident of Danville, where she had lived for six years with her husband. Andrea was born in Hayward, grew up in Niles, and was a life-long Bay Area native. In 1995 she joined Irwin Home Equity in San Ramon where she went on to develop and head the telecommunications department for many years. Last August she left to pursue the study of classic Mediterranean art, archaeology, and history at the University of California, Berkeley. She was a junior and expected to graduate next year. She loved the ocean, collecting antiques, and adventuring around the world. Her gentle manner and warm smile and laughter will be greatly missed by her devoted husband J. Christopher Huseby, her loving parents Geraldine and Paul Wright of Brentwood, her sisters and their spouses, Jamie and Peter DeLucchi of Castro Valley, and Stephanie and Scott Carstairs of Brentwood, her brothers and their spouses, Robert and Diane Wright of Brentwood, and Jon and Sue Wright of Modesto, her youngest brother Peter Wright of San Ramon, her Grandfather Mike Long of Salt Lake City, her nieces and nephews Kyle, Chase, Taylor, Scott, Morgan, Logan, Ciara, and Shelby, and Aunts and Uncles. A memorial celebration of Andrea's wonderful life will be held at The Church on the Hill, 20801 San Ramon Valley Blvd., San Ramon, Ca, 94583. on Saturday, February 16 at 11:00 am with a Luncheon reception immediately following the service. Internment will be private and the family respectfully requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Andrea Huseby Scholarship Fund, Attention: Debbie Whiteman, The Irwin Home Equity Foundation, 12677 Alcosta Blvd., Suite 500, San Ramon, CA, 94583. The Andrea Huseby Scholarship is chartered to help working adults return to school to complete their academic studies.
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