In memory of
Adriana Jacinda "Cinda" Andreas
Adriana Jacinda Andreas "Cinda" Born on June 11, 1981 and was called home to heaven on May 19, 2020. She is survived by her mother Sally Andreas and Girlfriend, Pauline Olvera. Adriana was a proud member of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. She is preceded in death by her father Anthony Joseph Andreas Jr., Paternal grandfather Anthony Joseph Andreas Sr., Paternal Grandmother Virginia Gonzales, Uncle John D Andreas Sr., Cousins: Joshua W. Andreas, Jerome C. Andreas, Aunts: Deanna Andreas Toro and most recently, Mary Perez. Maternal Grandparents Thomas Del Rio Sr. and Antonia Medina Del Rio., Uncle Thomas Del Rio Sr. and very close cousin, Nino J. Garcia. Godmother Diane L. Chihuahua, Godfather James S. Saubel Jr. She leaves behind an Uncle Milton Gonzales (Lindy) Aunts: Joan Nobel, Jeannie Cabral, Patricia Cuevas, MaryAnn Andreas, maternal Uncle Frank Del Rio, Aunts: Stella Garcia, Annie Ortega, Lola Saubel, Isabel Franco, Leila Lopez and Lydia Saubel. Along with her siblings: Ronette R. Saubel (Bennie) "her Nette Nette" Ronald R. Saubel Jr. (Carol) "her Nonnie", Michelle L. Andreas "her sister", Antoinette F. Saubel "her Tecky", Desmond D. Saubel Sr. (Sherrie) "her Des", Anthony J. Andreas III, Paula Andreas-Brittian and Cheryl Andreas. Nieces: Summer D. Andreas, Autumn J. Andreas, Shalina C. Elizondo (Nathan), Racinda R. Saubel, Marina J. Elizondo-Bentiste (Joshua), Dominique R. Saubel, Alanna M. Ugapo (Mariah), Divina R. Saubel, and Niliana S. Saubel and Goddaughter Jacinda S. Townsend. Her loving nephews: Christopher M. Galvan (Shelly) Isaiah D. Galvan (April), Ronald R. Saubel III (Angelina) Adrian C. Andreas, Vaiala L. Ugapo Jr., (Patricia) "Ala", Godson Desmond D. Saubel Jr. (Katie)Great Nieces: Raina M. Galvan, Chrishelle M. Galvan, Cali M. Galvan, Aria S. Ugapo Great Nephews: Vaiala L. Ugapo III "Baby Ala", Joseph A. Ugapo, Ziah Durazo and Adrian P. Galvan and many cousins and friends. Adriana AKA "Cinda", left us at an early age, but accomplished many things in her short life. She graduated from Aquinas Catholic High School in San Bernardino CA, in 1999. Cinda (Dee Bo) loved to DJ with her best friend Brady Westbrook. They were a good tag team in those days!! Back in 1995-1996 the tribe had a contest for the members to create a logo for the Spa Resort Casino. She won! We were so proud of her. The tribe used the Olla concept, that you see on the logo today. Adriana helped the Agua Caliente Tribal Building Design Committee, with designing the outside tables around the year 2000-2001. She created the drawings on three tables representing the three clans of her tribe. Adriana was from the Painiktum Clan. The other two, are the Kauisiktum clan and the Wanikiktum Clan. They came out beautiful. She assisted, with the Agua Caliente Museum classes, for our tribal children, with Ginger Ridgeway. Adriana also chaperoned our tribal youth on a Unity trip to Montana, for the Traditional Native Olympics, in 2002. Outside of her tribal accomplishment/travels, she went to Tacoma, WA, in 2000 to see her Uncle Frank, with her Uncle Mike and Aunt Leila. They went on to the birth place of her Uncle Mike, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Which is West Holmes/Songhees Reserve of the Coast Salish First Nations Panelakut Band. She was amazed at how the Natives made their canoes and totem poles by carving cedar wood, by hand. Adriana traveled to Paris France in 1997, Rome Italy in 2000 and Germany in 2005, for World Youth Day Pilgrimage, with Precious Blood Catholic Church, where she previously attended grade school. Not to mention, all of the countless pow-wows on different reservations, traveling with her father, Anthony, and his group/family, to bird sing and bird dance. Adriana was full of life. A loving and kindhearted person. Always thinking of others first. She was our everything (our Deebo). We will all miss her dearly. A traditional wake was held on June 12, 2020 at the Agua Caliente Tribal Building and she was laid to rest on June 13, 2020, at the Jane Augustine Cemetery, next to her father, Anthony Joseph Andreas Jr. We would like to thank all of her family and friends for their condolences, prayers and mostly for understanding the private services that were held, due to the pandemic.
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