Andre Mobley was born in Philadelphia on November 6, 1963 to Regina Mobley and the late Eddie Mobley Sr. He was the oldest of 13 children; five of whom came from his father.
Andre was a man of character, strength, honor, love and faith. He took great care of his brothers and sisters, as well as his younger cousins. Being the oldest and because of the way he took care of them, they all look up to and respected him very much. He was their go to guy.
Andre received his education in the Philadelphia public school system, and it was in high school where he met the love of his life, Shanella.
Andre was a kid at heart. He was fun, loving and silly, caring and reliable, always there when you needed him, and most of all, he was all about his family. He loved family functions and was always taking pictures to create memories. He loved seeing people having a good time. He enjoyed his family vacations with his wife, daughter and grandchildren, as well as the yearly vacations with his baby sister and her children. He especially enjoyed the intimate ones that he took with just him and his wife.
Andre leaves to cherish his memories: his wife of 23 years Shanella Harris-Mobley; his mother (Whom he loved very much) Regina L. Mobley; his two children Tyjuan Harris and D'Asia Harris; two grandchildren, Syaire and Londyn Durbin; seven brothers, Eddie Mobley Jr., Robert Mobley, Lateef Mobley, Anthony Davis, Tyree Mobley, Marlon Mobley and Eddie Davis; Five sisters, Stacey Mobley, Nadine Mobley, Safiya Mobley, Laila Smith (Mark Floyd Sr.) and Renee Hodges; his mother-in-law, Ernestine West; five uncles, Robert (Joe) Mobley, Rick Smith (Gina), Ronald Stevens, John Lewis (Norma) and Anthony Price; ten brothers-in-law; three very close friends, who were more like brothers, Douglas McLaurin, Daniel Green and Rico Jones; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.