October 22, 1996 - August 1, 2013
Andrea (Andie) Jean Studley, 16, of Richardson, died peacefully in her sleep on August 1, 2013. She was born October 22, 1996 in Plano, Texas, the daughter of Tim and Jeanne (Toppert) Studley. Andie was a rising junior at Wylie High School. She is preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Beverly Toppert, and paternal grandparents, George and Erma Studley. She is survived by her parents, Jeanne and Tim Studley; brothers Reid and Brett Studley, Uncle Larry and Aunt Deb Toppert, special cousins Alissa Toppert and Wes Toppert Polen, numerous aunts and uncles; Bob and Linda Toppert, Mrs. Chuck Toppert (Judy), Trudy, and Butch Helton, Lorinda and Charles Inman, Ileana and Fred Koerner, Violetta and Tim Hall, Gwenna and Doug Jacobson, Tom Studley and many cousins.
A loving daughter, sister, loyal and caring friend, Andie was intelligent, academically driven and athletically inclined. She ranked 4th in her high school class and received the 2013 Wylie High School Demonstration of Character Award. Other awards and honors include Academic All-District, she was an officer in Spanish Honor Society, in the Gifted and Talented Program, Vice President of the National Jr. Honor Society, a Star Student, in Rachel’s Challenge, and on the Wylie High School “A” Honor Roll every six weeks. A special honor was her selection and participation as an ambassador in the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Conference this summer.
Andie demonstrated great skill, hard work, and determination on and off the field. She was a fierce competitor and constant source of support for all of her family, friends and teammates at Wylie High School and Sting Royal ’97. She played to win. She was a member of the Wylie Pirate Varsity Soccer Team both freshman and sophomore years. She received All-District honors both years. She played for the Sting Organization for six years.
Andie always strived for perfection. She set goals and attained them. She was both ambitious and a “little bit” stubborn. As well as having fun she loved having her nails painted and shopping with her mom. She was beautiful and always had that smile. Andie will be greatly missed by all. Her parents would like to thank everyone for their outpouring of love and affection at this time of their loss. All of the administrators, aides, teachers, and staff at Wylie High School, Andie’s soccer teams, coaches and their parents, the team members, coaches and parents from the many sports teams Andie played on in her youth and all the neighbors, friends and family members have been amazing in their support. They would like to especially express gratitude for the friendship, love and support that Jennifer Hiddink shared with Andie as her best friend; and we are grateful for the care and love of Jacquie Hiddink, her children and Debbie Reinhardt-Young. This cannot be done alone.
The visitation will be at Aría Funeral Home from 6pm-9pm on Wednesday, August 7th. 19310 Preston Rd. Dallas, TX 75252. The Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 pm on Thursday, August 8th at First Baptist Church Wylie. 100 N. 1st Street, Wylie, TX 75098. A Wylie Education Foundation Scholarship has been set up in honor of Andie. Should friends and family desire, the family asks that you consider donating in lieu of flowers. Donations may be mailed to the Andie Studley Memorial Scholarship C/O The Wylie Education Foundation, Inc. 951 South Ballard Avenue Wylie, TX 75098.
Arrangements are under the direction of ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home 19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252, 214-306-6700.
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