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Edward M. Andrew Dies

Edward M. Andrew

Edward M. Andrew, affectionately known as “Andy,” died on Friday, July 10.

Edward was the son of Hudson Andrew and Eulalie Joseph (deceased). He is also predeceased by brothers: Hugh Parillon and Cuthbert Andrew.

He is survived by his wife, Iola Andrew; daughters: Cassandra, Marlene and Janice; sons: Collin, Robin and Mclean; grandchildren: Marcelle and Veonard Richards, Frankie Liburd, Jamaal, Marius and Breonica Andrew; sisters: Merle, Veron, Corrine, Mavis, Corina (Nanan), Catherine, Sharena and Avanel; and brothers: Regginald, Edmond, Ashworth, Charles, Deverille, Mervin, Anthony, Mark, Nicholas, Neville, Roy and Rogers.

He is also survived by nieces and nephews: Ermine, Kimn and Leon Bazil, Dale, David, Mike, Ozzie, Beverly and Martha Daniel, Asha, Diane, Olivia, Oliver, Rita, Roosvelt, Jefferson, Annie, Philbert, Ceasarina, Corinthia, Nicole, Ronald, Fitzroy, Junior Andrew and Gilet Joseph; sisters- and brothers-in-law: Mignonette Daniel, Felecite Andrew, Duncan Bynoe, Agnes Andrew and Johnny Forthye; special friends: Pastors Andrews, Michael John and Gloria Josiah, Dr. Gene and Catherine Brathwaite, Phil Rogers, Pastor and Mrs. Silton Browne; and a host of other family members too numerous to mention in Antigua, Dominica and Miami.

The family appreciates your support and condolences. A memorial service will be held at a later date, and you are asked to wear a face mask and adhere to social distancing guidelines.

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