In Memory

Andy Haggard

Andy Haggard

Paul (Andy) Andrew Haggard



“I ain’t Skeerd,” are the words Andy Haggard followed until his journey here on earth ended. God ask Andy to join him in heaven on April 23, 2022, following a celebration with friends and family in Fredericksburg, Texas.

Visitation: Sunday, May 1, 2022, from 1-2pm at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel.

Funeral Services: will follow at 2pm at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel. Masonic services and internment will be at Waco Memorial Park following the funeral service.

Paul (Andy) Andrew Haggard was born in Prescott, Arkansas the son of John Paul and Margaret Haggard and brother of Ann Haggard. Andy was an outstanding football player for Springwood High School in Houston, Texas and was offered several scholarships. He went on to attend and play football for Navarro Jr. College and Southeastern Oklahoma State. However, providing support for family became more important.  He was a master electrician and florist, before becoming the co-founder of Construction Force.  Andy Haggard was a self-taught entrepreneur.

He was a Mason and a member of Karem Shrine where he passionately participated in transporting children to Shriner’s Hospital for treatment. “Your own acts of kindness and charity toward all mankind will serve as the best example for others who might otherwise be less considerate of their fellowmen.”   He served as an officer for Karem Shrine and was a past Colonel of the Motor Escorts. Continuously enjoying the camaraderie of his brothers.

Andy’s favorite form of transportation was his Harley trike.   Make no mistake “I ain’t skeerd” applied to the trip he was about to take each time he cranked her.   It was always balls to the wall and Hwy 6 including twin bridges always served as his own personal racetrack.

Andy could be described as a man that loved with his heart and soul, would give anyone anything if needed, willful, dedicated, loyal, passionate. Goals Andy wanted to accomplish became missions. His determination to complete these missions may not be accomplished in the way everyone thought it should be done, but if Andy believed it was needed and would serve purpose it got done.   Again, “I ain’t skeerd.”  Andy’s smile lit up the room and encouraged others to smile around him.  His laughter bounced off the walls becoming contagious. A gentle giant that was not afraid to laugh at himself, encouraging others to join in. Hearing Andy’s voice on the other end of a phone call saying, “Hay Man” and know he was saying those words with a tremendous smile immediately caused you to smile back.  He was not afraid to cry, sharing his heart and soul with the world.  REAL is the best word to describe Andy Haggard.

To his brothers, extended family, and friends Andy Haggard, led by example. Leaving behind a legacy of love and will dearly missed by all.

Andy was proceeded in death by his mother, father and sister.  Sandy Haggard his wife of 40 years.

Andy’s missions here on earth will be carried on by his wife and soul mate Connie Haggard, best friend and daughter Sam Smith, daughter Tabitha, their children and grandchildren along with children and grandchildren.  Along with numerous extended families, brothers and friends.

In lieu of flowers, Andy would appreciate donations being sent to Karem Shrine Transportation Fund 400 Karem Circle, Waco Texas 76710.  In memory of Andy Haggard, and his continuing mission of transporting children to Shriner’s Hospital for treatment.