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August 16, 2018

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April 12, 2016
April 10, 2016
Mrs. Andrews and her husband sat behind us for many years at William & Mary football games. She was very patient and kind to put up with all my yelling and jumping up & down! When, after a few years of coming by herself or with a friend, she stopped coming to the games, we and others in the section wondered if she had passed away. While visiting Doug's mother several years ago at The Chesapeake, we met in the lobby and she cheerfully said "I'm still here!" She still listened to games on the radio, and we offered to take her any time. We always knew she was a very intelligent lady---interested in and knowledgeable about many things. When we read her obituary we knew why. What a wonderful life! Our thoughts and condolences to her family.
April 9, 2016
April 6, 2016
Wishing you wonderful memories of a life well lived. Eleanore and my mother were friends, first in the garden club and later at The Chesapeake. She was a lovely lady!