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Frank R. Andregg, Jr. passed away at his home in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico on October 11, 2020. He passed at the age of 68. He was born on June 18 1952. He was born and raised in Ouray, Colorado to his parents Frank R. Andregg, Sr. and Verna Mae Wilbur.

He spent most of his time with his grandmother, Emma Alice Beals. During his lifetime he joined the Army at the age of 18. After his military service he became a miner, mining hard rock and coal in Colorado.

Frank moved to New Mexico in 1983 where he became a certified diesel and auto mechanic, and a certified welder. He had a CDL license and was a heavy equipment operator. He owned the Date Street Shell gas station, and was a carpenter by trade.

Frank is survived by his three children: two boys, one girl Wayne) Robert W. Andregg, Samuel L. Andregg,and Sarah R. Andregg; 12 grandchildren: Taylor, Christopher, Tristan, Remi, Josh, Emily, Bisbee, Tyler, Sadie, Shae, Caroline and Phillip; two great-grandchildren: Paisley and Allison; and two brothers.

Frank is preceded in death by his parents, Frank R. Andregg, Sr. and Verna Mae Wilbur; his grandmother, Emma Alice Beals; and his sister.

There are no services planned at this time.

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