Andrea Cheyenne Titensor (Shye)


October 16, 2018

February 5, 1969-October 8, 2018

Although Shye liked almost everyone and was liked or loved by everyone, she didn't like or love anyone more than her furry friends, except her Granddaughter Jacelynn, who she absolutely adored. She gained her love for animals in part from her Grandmother Wanda Christensen, who passed in January of this year. Her grandma was instrumental in helping her gain her dual PhD's in "Pets have Drama" and "Pets have Demands," both of which she practiced every day and which have been passed to her husband Chad (who is utterly unqualified for the task and she is somehow survived by). She believed only one conspiracy theory in her lifetime, which she subscribed to via her Grandpa Andy Christensen, who passed in 1997 and, by her account, was the smartest man she ever met. He had a firm belief the cure for cancer was known and suppressed by "Big Pharma" (we all wish you had been proven right on that one Andy). Shye was known for her patience, tolerance and forgiveness, all of which she credits to her surviving mother Rondia Hall. These traits were instilled in her by her mother but were reinforced by her surviving siblings James Ernie Hall and Sandra Daneen Quintana who she loved, tolerated and forgave on a regular basis. These same personality traits allowed them to reciprocate. Shye's dry wit and often off-balance sense of humor came from her surviving father Paul Jim Hall, also by her account the smartest man she ever met. She got away with many politically incorrect jokes by paraphrasing them with, "My dad used to say...". Shye's son Colten, who she loved dearly, is currently employed at BOP in Phoenix, AZ and due to circumstances beyond her control owes his soul to the company store for several more years. Her one regret is not living to 90 to witness Jacelynn, Dallas, Deja and the rest of the children live their beautiful lives.

She had a wonderful sense of humor, and displayed compassion and honesty in all she did. She loved to laugh and had a great sense of humor. She was loving, generous and had her own vision of spirituality. She was always there to help and gave more than her share. Her loyalty and honesty brought her many friends from all walks of life. She will be missed by all that knew her. Shye was also preceded in death by her brother Stephen Carver Hall, her paternal grandparents James and Betty Hall and is survived by many nieces, nephews and greats who she loved and is loved by.

A viewing will be held at Myers Mortuary 845 Washington Blvd in Ogden on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 from 11:00-12:45 pm. followed by services at 1:00 pm. Interment Evergreen Memorial Park for family and "like family".

In lieu of flowers please send donations to Best Friends Animal Society.

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