Patricia Irene Andrus
|Posted 2017-05-19 by Judy Wight Branson|
|The Daily Courier, Prescott, Arizona|
Wednesday, May 17, 2017, page 7a
Patricia Irene Andrus, 92, born March 17, 1925, in Greenfield,
Massachusetts, died May 7, 2017, in Prescott, Arizona.
A private cremation will be held at Bradshaw Chapel, in Prescott
Arrangements by Ruffner-Wakelin Funeral Home.
The Daily Courier, Prescott, Arizona
Sunday, June 25, 2017, page 8a
Patricia Irene Andrus, of Prescott, Arizona, passed away May 07,
2017, surrounded by family.
Born to Forrest and Lillias Carpenter in Massachusetts, March 17,
1925. Patricia is preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Vida
and Esther; husband, Jesse; son, Steve; daughter-in-law, Diane;
granddaughter, Rene; and great-grandson, Riddick.
Pat is survived by daughters Althea (John) Haynes and Susan (Mark)
Whitener, 8 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, 22 great-great-
grandchildren, plus sisters, Ruth Marston and Althea Maynard.
She worked for the Social Sec. Admin. Retiring from the Forestry
Service where she ran the ‘base camp’ at several fires. Patricia
loved camping with her husband and family.
Pat spent the last 10 years at Prescott Samaritan Village. Loving
life at “The Village” she lovingly called herself a “lifer”. Pat’s
family would like to thank PSV for their love and care.
Also thanking the grandchildren who kept mom loved and smiling,
Rhonda Smith, Brenda Schelldorf and Sharon Felker, plus all their
children for many Sunday-Fundays of her life. Her grandchildren;
David Andrus, Will Adams, Shawn Weaver Sr. and Kevin Weaver were
farther away but loved her just as much.
Pat was an awesome Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, and
Great-Great-Grandmother. She will sadly be missed by all who knew
Information provided by survivors.
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