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February 11, 2013
Ask us to identify the top singer from 5 years ago... Ask us who sung Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy... The Andrews sisters certainly left their mark in history, and touched multi generations of music lovers. I think they'll hear Patty ccoming long before she reachs those pearly golden gates.
February 06, 2013
My Dad was in Company B of the 701st Tank Destroyer Batallion. He, too, recently passed at age 92, & knew every word to her every song right up to the end. RIP, Patty--you have a lot of soldiers awaiting your arrival in Heaven!
February 05, 2013
My Mom and dad loved the girls.records were played in are home all the time and loved the moves the sisters were in. Dad loved the U.S.O. Shows during WW2 if he wasn't stuck in the cold an mud. I was born in 1963 and grew up loving the sisters from older movies and records. I had a kids crush on Patty. God bless her family and she is at peace with her Maker Emil Bux U.S.Army and Chicago police dept. What a great and ausome time to have lived in.GOD BLESS
February 05, 2013
The greatest era of great singers and songs! They don't make them anymore. But.... "I can dream, can't I? "
February 04, 2013
My mom loved your music and I always remember her singing Don't sit under the apple tree with anyone else but me (that's all the lyrics I remember to the son) anyway she also told me because she loved your voice so much she named me after you. It was an honor to be named after someone such as yourself. Blessings in the light to you. I'm sure you will join the choir of angels in heaven.
February 04, 2013
Patty will be missed. I always loved to hear her sing and watch her in the moves.
February 04, 2013
My prayers go out to you at this difficult time. I have always enjoyed listening to the Andrews sisters music .
My deepest condolencs
February 04, 2013
We are sorry for your loss. It is never too late to express our appreciation for the many sacrifices Patty and her sisters made for our country and their many contributions through music that brought joy to many. May the God of love value the life that she lived and grant her to be one of a great crowd of citizens in his kingdom arrangement.--Matthew 6:9-10. Remembering Patty for my mother who was also born in 1918, and who loved and enjoyed Patty's music through radio and movies.
February 04, 2013
One of my fondest childhood memories of growing up in the 1970's was coming home from church on Sunday and watching Abbott & Costello movies cable. I fell in love with Patty Andews when I was 10 years old. God bless!
February 03, 2013
ur prolly b4eakin hearts & makin every 1 smile u r, here with us.

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