Andrew “Uncle Brother” Belter

Andrew “Uncle Brother” Belter
Andrew “Uncle Brother” Belter

Andrew “Uncle Brother” Belter, 34, of Amarillo, TX died Wednesday, November 18, 2020.

Services will be at 11:00 A.M., Monday, November 23, 2020, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd., with Pastor Donnie Lane, Jr. officiating. Burial will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery 6969 E. Interstate 40. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, Amarillo.

Andrew was born in Amarillo, TX on August 22, 1986, to Stanley and Barbara Belter.

Andrew was a lover of life, family, and business. He had a light that outshined even the darkest of days. He poured his life into everything he started. He was the owner and operator of Got Junk Thrift Store along with many other ventures along the way. He was the kindest soul and one to give far more than he ever needed, expected, or wanted in return. Even in this time, he continued to share his light with the world through organ donation.

Andrew was loved by many, including his partner Izaya Galvan and their fur babies, Lou Bear, Majesty, and Loyalty, with whom he spent the last few years living his best life. They loved to travel, explore, and just enjoy each other. He was loved fiercely by his nieces who knew he hung the moon and stars just for them. His brother and sister, who although older, knew he would catch them if they failed and help them try harder again. And his mom and dad, he was their baby and the piece that completed their family perfectly.

Survivors include his mother and father, Stanley and Barbara Belter; brother, Tony Belter and fiancée Becca Sharshel; sister, Ashley Glidewell and husband Billy; the apples of his eyes, his nieces, Maddelyn Belter, and Abbigail Belter; bonus nieces, Jordan Orr, and Reese Glidewell; partner, Izaya Galvan; fur babies, Lou Bear, Majesty, and Loyalty; and many other Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and Friends.

15 Replies to “Andrew “Uncle Brother” Belter”

  1. Thank Andrew for speaking life into me and my candle dreams💕 You were an amazing star who shined on everything you touched and our family will continue to celebrate your life💖 We love you & look forward when we meet again 💗 Francisco, Angelia, & all our fur babies

  2. I cant help but to smile anytime I think of you and all of the crazy, wonderful times we had together over the last decade. You were such an important part of my life and you made living in Amarillo actually tolerable. I’m not sure I’d be the same person I am today if I never met you and had the pleasure of becoming your friend. I will cherish your memory forever. You are so special. You are so important. You are so loved. Sending love and condolences to the Belter family, and his loved ones. Rest In Peace Andrew. I love you.

  3. SO SAD TO HEAR THAT MY FRIEND IS GONE SO SOON BUT I KNOW GOD NEEDED ANOTHER ANGEL YOU WILL SO BE MISS I KNOW I WILL NEVER SEE THAT BEAUTIFUL SMILE AGAIN, LOVE FOREVER MISS DONNA

  4. Aunt Janna and Uncle Wade loved you so very much. You were always so kind to give me from your thrift store items my desperate home care patients have needed. Your kindness and smile was always so infectious.
    But one memory really sticks in our minds when you was a little guy, went to pick you up to spend the weekend at our house with cousins Buster Sunny and Michelle and we had to have to hang your feet out the window cause you had “Stinky Feet”! I think you finally grew out of that Stink and became such a beautiful person that this family loved so very much.
    I know our Lord God and savior has great plans in the Heavens for you.
    We love and miss you, Aunt Janna and Uncle Wade Colvin

  5. Known you as kids growing up as neighbors. I’m so blessed to reconnect. The last few years. Never forget your spirit in life. God bless you.

  6. No one will fill the hole Andrew has left in my and many other lives.
    As a co-worker, no one was more energetic or more honest.
    As a friend, he fought for you but never, ever was compromised.
    His smile and the gift of making one feel he was always glad to see you will be sorely missed around Amarillo.
    Rest In Peace my dear, dear friend.
    Much love,
    Reba Jo Fleming

  7. Omgee. Friend believe it or not im taking this hard. I didnt know you much but we sure would laugh every time i went in to your store. Just the other day i saw you. You were excited about your vending machine.. Lol. And you were telling me about how u were going to make my Tornado Laundromat sticker. U said it would be done Tuesday. Until we meet again. Rest in Peace friend.

  8. Although I didn’t know you personally, you were always smiling and greeted your customers like we were your best friends! I can tell by your obituary that everyone loved you and your were special. May God bless your family and comfort them at this difficult time.

  9. “Drew” as Kelly always called you … we hope you knew how truly special you were! Because you were! You never knew a stranger! You always made us smile! This is not goodbye! We will see you soon. All our love and prayers for all of you Stan, Barb, Ash, Tony and Maddie and Abby and all of the rest of the family! 🙏🙏🙏🙏💙💙💙

  10. I am in shock! My heart hurts so bad. Please Dear Lord take care of this precious Angel. He will lead the way and I promise Andrew will make everyone smile in Heaven! He will be deeply missed. Prayers to all who has had the honor of knowing Andrew and most of all prayers to his immediate family. Amen. I love you Andrew. I will miss your beautiful smile..until we meet again.

  11. We loved you so much andrew. You will truly be missed and never forgotten. Thank you for always being someone full of light and love.
    We promise to be there for Izaya through all of this, thank you for loving him as great as you did. With all of our love…Santiago, Caitlin, and Khaleesi.❤️

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