Wanda M. AndrewsJanuary 08,2013
Wanda M. AndrewsWanda M. Andrews
HANCOCK — Wanda May “Nan” Andrews, of Hancock, died Sunday, Jan. 6, 2013, at her home.
She was born April 6, 1925, in Worcester, the daughter of Henry and Mattie (Belville) Smith.
She was raised in the Randolph area and had lived in Rochester and Hancock since 1946.
She was married to Loren R. “Joe” Andrews in Rochester on May 16, 1942.
She worked at Weyerhauser Products in Hancock for 35 years, and was a past member of the Community Church of Hancock-Granville.
She enjoyed knitting, sewing, needlework and gardening.
Survivors include her husband, Loren R. “Joe” Andrews, and two sons, Reginald Andrews and Richard Andrews, all of Hancock; several half-brothers and sisters; eight grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. She was predeceased by a son, Roy. Graveside memorial services at Woodlawn Cemetery in Rochester will be announced in the spring.
There are no calling hours.
Memorial contributions may be made to Visiting Nurse Association Hospice of VT & NH, P.O. Box 976, White River Jct., VT 05001.
Private online condolences may be left at www.dayfunerals.com.
Arrangements are by the Day Funeral Home in Randolph.
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