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Andrew Roland Kerr
February 19, 1944 - July 27, 2004



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Barbara A. DillardDonald & Kimberly Mouser
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By: Kenneth Dillon Jul 30, 2004
I'm sure you are very proud of Andy and his accomplishments and contributions to family and friends. He had a positive, enduring influence on my life. He was my boss as Director of Field Operations and a fellow Postmaster while in Houston and more closely, Livingston. I always saw him as a compassionate but strict boss and someone to confide in and seek advise from when times were tough in the Postal Service. He was missed when he retired and will be more so now in death.
By: Barbara A. Dillard Dillard Jul 30, 2004
Andy assisted me in my growth and developement in the Postal Service. He has an open door policy and offered the services of his staff and himself to me in accompolishing the goals. He taught us to perform at high standards. I enjoyed knowing him and working with him. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with the entire Kerr family.
By: ted haydel Jul 29, 2004
may the soul of this wonderful man rest in peace -- amen
By: Janie Palmertree Jul 29, 2004
I worked with Andy for quite a few years and I always enjoyed a very good working relationship.

Whenever I asked for his help he was always there. I wish I had known he had lived in

Panaroma as I would have enjoyed seeing him again.
By: Henderson Raipe III Jul 29, 2004
To the Kerr Family,



At one point during Mr. Kerr's Postal career, he was Plant Manager at the North Houston Processing and Distribution Center in Houston, Texas. During that period I was fortunate enough to be part of his management team. Mr. Kerr was a firm, yet compassionate and fair manager. It was a pleasure to work for someone who treated everyone with dignity and respect. Mr. Kerr will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

My condolences to the Family, and may God Bless.
By: Tammy Culak Jul 29, 2004
I worked with the U.S. Postal Service after Mr. Kerr had retired. However, I learned of him really quick. He was very well respected within the postal service and many enjoyed meeting and working with him. I can say that he also has a tremendous family and I know that he must have been extremely proud of them all. My prayers go out to the family at this difficult time. God Bless.
By: Bubba Cresswell Jul 29, 2004
My deepest sympathy to the entire Kerr Family. Andy played an important part in my postal career and I'll never forget him. He was an intelligent and tough boss and he taught me a lot.From railway clerk to Postmaster of Houston I know that the family was proud of his accomplishments. I will miss him.

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