Andrizzi, William Paul


William Paul Andrizzi  (age 59)

Bill was called to our Lord August 29,2014 after enduring several months health issues and an unsuccessful recovery from heart surgery.

Born to Nicholas and Lillian Andrizzi April 5, 1955 in Los Angeles, California, Bill was one of five children and a triplet.  He married his high school sweetheart but after many trials in his early life the marriage ended in divorce.  He chose to leave California to pursue a long distance trucking career.  Bill always enjoyed being on the open road, very independent and adventurous. He traveled across this country making many friends and acquaintances along the way.  Eventually Bill made Dallas, Texas his home and over the past 20 years he cultivated great working relationships and wonderful friendships.

Bill is survived by his siblings Nick, Jim, Ross and Serena, sisters-in-law Judy, Gwen and Janet, nieces Krista, Cheryl, Yvette, Melissa and Michelle, nephew Robert, 3 great nephews, one great niece.  And his two loving and loyal cats.

We are grateful to the many family members and friends across the country for all your prayers during the past several months.  The true irony in Bill’s death is that he had one of the kindest hearts for the ‘down hearted’ and it was his heart that failed him.  He spent a good part of his life helping those in need who crossed his path and will be dearly missed and forever loved.  To our dear brother Bill, thank you for always telling it like it was, for shooting straight no matter what!

Every time you see an 18 wheeler take a moment to think of Bill.  He’s now in heaven driving for our Lord.

Please send family condolences and sign the guestbook on this website.

8 replies on “Andrizzi, William Paul”

Patty Andrizzi-Castro says:

I always had a soft spot in my heart for Billy…he was loved…he will be missed…he *mattered*. GONE WAY TOO SOON!

We love you Billy…give your MOM and your Dad a BIG HUG and KISS from ALLLLL of us.

Patty & Al

Anna Escobosa says:

Cousin’s, my heart goes out to all of you.

“Keep on trukin,” Bill with that great smile and kind heart. Hugs, Cousin Anna

Missy says:

Always in our hearts and forever our guardian angel now Uncle. Love you Forever Mississippi Missy

Paula Gruettner says:

Bill has been one of my best friends for almost 10 years. No matter what the situation, he always opened his home and his heart to me. I will forever remember his quirky smiles and his giving heart. He always wanted to make sure everyone and everything was okay around him. I am forever grateful and will miss him terribly. Thank you Bill for being such a great, giving person and a wonderful friend.

Love Always,
Paula, Sissy, and Missy (his cats)

Cheryl says:

You are more than an uncle to me. You are my friend and I know you are still with us in spirit. You taught me how to be humble and I know my open heart towards others, takes after yours. I love you and miss you Uncle Bill. Please listen for me, when I look up to Heaven to talk to you. “I’ll see you when I see you, talkin to you already! ♡♡♡

Stephanie Campisi says:

My heart goes out to everyone that Bill knew. He was my moms best friend & a great loving friend to our family. Bill had a heart of gold & now he is in the Golden Gates of heaven♡
Bill we will always love you & miss you dearly. For everyone that knew Bill my prayers for healing go to out to each of you. Love always & forever,
Campisi family♡♡♡
Rest in Paradise Bill

Carol Ann Bradford says:

Bill was a great buddy of mine he still lives on in my heart he truly was a blessing to my life as I battled an addiction that for some time controlled me it was bill that helped me beat that addiction between him and my husband I can finally say I’m drug free I owe my life to bill when I was at my worst he brought out my best he gave me his blessing when I got married said he was proud of me that means a lot to me my buddy has gone to heaven where his watching over me I promised bill I’d never touch cocaine again and even though I don’t have cravings anymore I owe this all to my only friend my buddy bill he helped me get back with my family because he believed in me it’s hard to say goodbye to bill because its not goodbye it’s see you later buddy I love you buddy your gone but trust me your not forgotten

Serena Andrizzi says:

bill, m y tap to you on my left shoulder after your death. your sister is going to miss you alot and vegas. i loved you so much an dalways will. where i go you go. tell mom and dad to make lazanna for you and say fuck it! love you broken hearted sister, serena diane andrizzi jones.

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