Andrea Nichole Eli-Halvorson was born on 7-16-1987 in Butte to Mother Barbara Virginia Reed and Father Richard Allen Eli.
She met Will Halvorson at Job Corps in Utah, and after returning home, they were married on May the 4th, 2014.
She studied in hopes of becoming an auto mechanic.
She was passionate about the Pride movement, and in general anything that involved equality, love, or fun. She loved games of all sorts, video games, board games, role-playing games, or anything else that brought her close to the people she loved. She loved cosplay, conventions, parties. She loved movie nights and cartoons.
Most of all she loved.
Eli always strove to be the best and most loving friend she could be. She enjoyed learning and always kept an open mind. If she ever became aware that her actions or beliefs might be hurtful or might simply not be the most loving, caring, and giving they could be, she would change in an instant. She was true to her beliefs, and her beliefs were that all people deserved to feel safe, wanted, and loved.
She died a after a 3 year battle with Leukemic Meningitis and Acute Myeloid leukemia.
It’s onset was rapid and unexpected, and led, in far to short a time to her early death on 8-19-2020 in Butte at St. James Hospital at the age of 33
She succeeded her father and is survived by multiple half siblings, her Daughter Ember White, and Son Zander Halvorson.
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