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Bill was also preceded in death by a son-in-law, Larry Hellwarth; an infant great granddaughter, Julia Andrews; a brother ... He enjoyed St. Louis Cardinals baseball, Indiana University basketball, bowling and he umpired softball for years. (The Daily Standard)
Daisy Andrews, 88, a resident since 1984 of Sebring, Florida, formerly of Warsaw, Indiana, a homemaker, died in Sebring on Saturday, December 30, 2000. Interment will be at Hughes Cemetery, Monticello, Indiana. No visitation or services are scheduled. (legacy.com)
Indiana, Rene, Andrews, Indiana, Annie Rose and Zachary, Huntington, Indiana; grandchildren, Chason, Peyton and Reece, Havre, Kora and Kai, Yuma, Arizona, Deven and Olivia, Andrews, Indiana; Kaiden, Albion, Indiana; siblings, Calvin, LaVergne, Tennessee ... (Havre Daily News)
She was a stay at home mom and loving wife. In her later years she dedicated many hours as a volunteer at St. Andrews Nursing Home. She was a member of the Graystone Presbyterian Church in Indiana. She is survived by her son Paul W. Wingard, his wife ... (Indiana Gazette)
Later she worked for Robertshaw in Indiana from 1966 to 1981. From there she worked six years in Johnstown at the Hiram G. Andrews Center until her retirement in 1987. In her younger years she enjoyed fishing and dancing. As she became older, Josie Ann ... (Indiana Gazette)
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