Van Alstyne Leader
May 5, 1983
Services for Bob Andrew, 75, of Howe were held April 28 in Earnheart
Funeral Home in Whitewright with burial in Pilot Grove Cemetery.
He died April 26, in Wilson N. Jones Hospital in Sherman.
Mr. Andrew was born in Whitewright, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Bryan Andrew, and married Belle Dixon on May 3, 1925, near Whitewright.
He was a retired farmer and automobile dealer, and was a member of the
Pilot Grove Baptaist Church.
Surviving are his wife; brother, Jack Andrew of Whitewright; sisters,
Mrs. Nell Hunnicutt of Dallas and Mrs. Lena Jewel Tree of Sherman.
Sunday, July 5, 1992
Whitewright - Graveside services for J.W. Andrew, 80-year-old retired
sheet metal worker of Whitewright, were held Saturday in Pilot Grove Cemetery.
He died Friday at Wilson N. Jones Hospital in Sherman.
The Rev. Rodney Stanford officiated.
Arrangements were by Earnheart Funeral Home in Whitewright.
Mr. Andrew was born in Pilot Grove, the son of Jmes Campbell Andrew
and Maude Elizabeth Williams Andrew. On July 18, 1936, he married
Captola Conner in Pilot Grove.
He had been employed by Ling-Temco-Vaught in Grand Prairie for 26
years, and was a member of the church of Christ.
Surviving are his wife; son, Connie Andrew of Whitewright; daughter,
Joan West of Currituk, N.C.; brother, Less Andrew of Sherman; sister, Frances
McCormack of McKinney; and three grandchildren.
Tuesday, September 1, 1992
Graveside services for Leslie Andrew, 90, of Sherman, will be held
at 10 a.m. today in Pilot Grove Cemetery. He died Monday at Wilson
N. Jones Hospital.
Arrangements are by Earnheart Funeral Home in Whitewright.
Mr. Andrew was born in the Pilot Grove community, the son of James
and Maude Williams Andrew, on Oct. 21, 1921; he married Beulah May Honeycutt.
He was a retired, self-employed used car dealer and a member of
the Church of Christ.
Surviving are his wife, Beulah May of Sherman; son, Leslie Andrew
Jr. of Sherman; sister, Frances McCormack of McKinney; three grandchildren,
six great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.