Heidi Maxine Andrade
Dec 17, 1953 - Mar 28, 2020
Heidi Maxine Andrade was born on December 17, 1953 in San Francisco California and went home to be with the Lord on March 28, 2020 in West Sacramento, California surrounded by her loving family.
Heidi was born to Euan “Tuffy”Pierpoint a professional bantam weight boxer and Adelaide Dill whose father was one half of the famous comedy vaudeville show “Kolb and Dill” in the 1930s. Her professional career in corrections spanned many years, first as a correctional officer at Folsom Prison and later doing promotions for the California Correctional Peace Officers Associations “Tough Man” shows. Heidi was most proud of her family. Her sons Jermon Sr, and Lemarr and daughter Deadra, daughter-in-laws Diane and Amy Williams, the children she shared with the late love of her life, Antonio Andrade Sr, Yvette and Antonio Andrade Jr and Elizabeth Marquiz, and her loving grandchildren Jermon Jr, Jasmine, Jamal, Luke, Lemarr, Marco, Isaiah, Jessica, Jacklyn, Antonio, Valentino, Erica, Salina, Jonathan, Alexandria, Tasha, Karina, and Keanna and many great grandchildren that brought her much joy. Heidi also leaves behind her beloved sisters Melanie and Dee Tyler, brother Clark Pierpoint and her nieces and nephews.
Heidi was a faithful member of Rivercity Apostolic Church in West Sacramento for over twenty years. She was willing to do whatever was needed of her, and gave selflessly of her time and resources in the church ladies auxiliary leader, church fundraisers, Sunday school, Church school, as a church pillar and a prayer warrior. Her prayers could be heard echoing through the building as she poured out her heart for her friends and family. She will be greatly missed by everyone who was blessed to have known her.
There will be a celebration of life service held at: Rivercity Apostolic Church 1205 Merkley Avenue, West Sacramento, California for all of her family and friends. With a private graveside gathering at East Lawn Memorial Park 4300 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, California