I am sorry for your loss. I hope you can find comfort in the words written at (Jeremiah 29:11,12)
Now once again singing with her Sisters this time as an angel in Heaven .Rip Patty Great voice now silenced here on earth.M&E S.
God Bless you for all the uplifting joy and hope that you and your sisters brought to the thousands of soldiers in WWII. May the Lord bless of all your generations here now and those to come.
I was born in the 1970's but like to listen to the music of the 1940's. The Andrews Sisters will always be my favourite from that time period. I wish I could've met Patty just to hear the stories of when she and her sisters toured while the men were serving in the armed forces during WWII. May god rest all of their souls.
You and your sisters made a tremendous contribution to the world during WW2 and I miss hearing your lovely voices. RIP.
A NC fan.
You have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear love one.
The meek one themselves will possess the earth, and they will indeed find their exquisite delight in the abundance of peace.
i love listening to the andrews sisters.there the only ones can sing boogie woogie bugle boy and others with perfect harmony
May you rest in the arms of the Lord and bring the sweet sounds of the music of days gone by , to heaven! I loved you and your sisters all those years ago, in the Abbott and Costello movies. Peace!
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You and your sisters will be in our mind for ever
Many memories my mother and I listening to & singing along with u & your sistes or watching a movie u were in. Along with your family of you, I have of my mother. God Bless
May your family be comfort together at this time of lost, certainly she help to appreciate ...Isaiah 2:verse 4
Ms. Andrews, You & Your Sisters Boogie-Woogied Into All Of Our Hearts. Rest In Peace, Ma'am. See You On The Other Side.
your songs will live on fore ever god bless
as the bible says at Luke 43:23 we will see Patty in paradise
always liked hearing you sing when i went for my walk
I was young(1956) but I rememberhearing the songs on the radio & loved them RIP Patty & all them GIs in heaven hear you at them pearly gates!!!!
Thank you dear Patty to you and your sisters God bless you.Yours voices sound also in my country Romania.
To say "thank you" for so many years of wonderful entertainment just doesn't seem enough. However we will forever appreciate the contributions both you and your sisters have made to the music industry. RIP Patty....
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.
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!
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
The greatest era of great singers and songs! They don't make them anymore. But.... "I can dream, can't I? "
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.
Patty will be missed. I always loved to hear her sing and watch her in the moves.
My prayers go out to you at this difficult time. I have always enjoyed listening to the Andrews sisters music .
My deepest condolencs
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.
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!
ur prolly b4eakin hearts & makin every 1 smile u r, here with us.
the andrews sisters was one of my favorite groups...loved their style and harmony....God be with you in this time of sorrow.
Yet another ending to a great past.
So sorry to hear about your loss. May God be with you all. We know she will be greatly missed.
To the Andrews family of Patty Andrews
I'm so sorry for the loss of your love one Patty. As I was reading her obituary, I didn't know she was actually the real group called the Andrews sisters. I only thought it was just the for the movie because I'm much younger. It's no wonder they all looked so much alike and head great harmony.
My most fond memories of her was when Patty and her sisters would sing Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B". Every time that movie came on, I watch it to hear Patty and her sisters sing. After that many others did that song because it was so energetic and fun.
Patty will surely be missed by all she touch and especially the men at war during those times. I Offer you my condolences and pray that God will continue to Bless each of you at this difficult time.
I may be only 45 yrs old, but I enjoyed watching all the old classic movies. You will darely be missed, my heart and prays go out to your family.
Dearest Patty...may you give as much joy to the choir of angels as you have for your earthly fans! You and your sisters were a blessing for our Armed Forces at home and overseas. You legacy will live on in our hearts. Blessings and strength for family and friends you leave behind.
With great admiration, Cheryl, an avid fan.
I loved your music. Somebody remembers, someone cares, your name is whispered in someone's prayers.
Dear Andrews's Family hello there my name is Faith Tobin and I'd luv to express my condolences's by saying I'm sorry for your'e loss.luv,Faith
This girl did it all.with just a beautiful voice she briefly ruled the world.Rest in peace doll.
Dear Andrews family we are sorry for your loss.May the peace God gives through prayer
May she rest in peace. I'm not from the Greatest Generation but I've enjoyed this genre of music (big band) from the time of earliest memories. God Bless her and take her into his arms for she has added her voice to the heavenly orchestra.
Thank you Ms. Andrews for a wonderful fulfilled life being there for others. My Mother loved your music and instilled it into me, and now my 2 daughters know and love you and your sisters through recordings and movies with Abbott and Costello. May God be with remaining family members, and move over one space Heaven's Choir, Patty is ready to sing!
I grew up listening to the Andrews sister. My mom loved this kind of music and so I would listen and grew to love and enjoy and appreciate it. Thank you.
No doubt Patty was an outstanding lady who put others' needs ahead of her own. Isaiah 35:1 would bring sense of comfort and something she can sing about in the New World.
Thank you for all the wonderful music and memories. God be with you.
Enjoyed you sisters over the years thank you.RIP
Andrews Family,My deepest condolences go out to you on the loss of Patty,May the God of comfort and peace be with you all.
I know You were a SPECIAL singer and person. I hope and Pray You have a GREAT after life in HEAVEN. Rest in PEACE My love. May God have a special spot for You in His Kingdom!!!
The Andrews sisters were really gifted vocalists. Notice what John 5:25 says, “... The hour is coming... when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God and those who have given heed will live.”
The love & joy that these dear women brought to soo many during dark times will always be remembered! Many condolences to the Andrews family. May our God of comfort, hope & peace be with you
My condolences to the Andrews family. May the God of all continue to strengthen the family during this difficult time. 1 Corinthians 1: 3 ,4
I have a picture of Patty sitting on a blanket with my mother. They were friends. It is dated 1944, and in North Adams Mass. I really will miss you Patty. Rest in peace.
The Andrew Sisters have held a special place in harmony. Other groups could imitate them, but never achieve their natural fun loving talents. As a child of the 60's, I discovered their special voices on my own. In my early 50's now, my love of their songs hasn't lessened. May those girls rest until they can join each other again, singing and laughing again in paradise!
I saw movies and TV movies.
I taught popular cultural units in my United States history courses and one of my favorite topics was Entertaining the Troops (during World War 2). The Andrew Sisters rendition of "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B" always drew enthusiasm from my students.
I will always treasure the wonderful music and songs you and your sisters performed. You made the world a much lovelier place to live in.
I met Patty Andrews years ago. A delightful lady. One that I will miss.
Condolences to family & friends.
Love their music! Saw the play about them last year. I have Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy on my
favorites YouTube list. Play it whenever I need
a pick me up. Thank you !
The Andrews Sisters were my parents favorite group. I am only just discovering them through their movies and CD's. Patty was supremely talented. She was the best all-around singer, great dancer and commedienne. Their song " There Will Never Be Another You" speaks volumes of her talent. Although she lived a long life, I am still profoundly saddened by her passing. America has lost a great talent and a even greater American. God bless Patty Andrews and condolescences to her family and friends.
I am very sorry for the family's loss, as well as that of the many others who loved and admired Ms. Andrews. One thing that has been a great comfort to me is the promise that all our tears and pain will come to an end. I am happy to have something good to look forward to for the future, and I hope you can to.
Loved the Andrew Sisters music and remembering them in the Abbott and Costello movies. Thank you for the memories.
MAY THE TRUE GOD HELP THE FAMILY TO COPE WITH THEIR GRIEF AND MAY HE GRANT YOU PEACE IN THIS TIME OF SORROW.
Rest in Peace Patty Andrews!! I loved your music even as a kid!!!
You will always live in our hearts and prayers.
I grew up with the Andrew sisters. I enjoyed their music. They will be missed. R.I.P. Patty. At least she isn't suffering.
Rest in Peace Patty. You will always be remembered for your songs, movies and the special shows you and your sisters performed for the troops during WWII. Thank you!
I grew up listening to the Andrew Sisters. My deepest sympathy goes out to your family. Rest in peace Patty Andrew.
Another great legend in music has passed away. I have their albums in my record collection. I do like the music of the 40,s especialy jazz swing type music from the films of that decade.I appreciate the nostalgic type of music of the 20,s to the 60,s. I will miss her and the Andrew Sisters music.
I am sure they are singing somewhere and I will seek that out in time...Goodbye Patty....
I am sorry for your loss.
May I add my deep respect and admiration for the great talent and immeasurable entertainment I, and many others, have derived from this wonderful lady. God bless the family & bring you many great memories.
My parents introduced me to the music and style of the Andrews Sisters in the 60's, when I was young. Talent is timeless...God rest Patty and comfort her family and friends.
Ladies and Gentlemen we have lost one of the great Andrew Sisters. I could listen to their records 24 hours a day around the clock. All the great ones have left us Patti Page Julie London Anita Oday. To me and all Americans Patty Andrews represents the true USA. She and her sisters did everything from selling War Bonds to entertaining our troops in foreign lands. Take particular notice of how well the Andrews Sisters blended their wonderful voices together. They needed no loud Rock Bands to Back them up. Their voices were an orchestra in themselves. And back then men treated ladies with all respect and women acted like women. No ear piercings. Just plain good old USA respect. I will always remember the Andrew Sisters as the FOREMOST in Singing Groups. They had it and all of the troops respectedn them. Back home in USA the fans loved them. They were an American Icon. Patty Maxine Laverne We will be with the THREE of YOU not only IN APPLE BLOSSOM TIME but FOREVER. Thank You Patty and all the Andrews for being the Spirit of American not just yesterday but today tomorrow and Forever.
I hope your life in heaven is AMAZING! I loved all three of you so much!! Patty, have fun in the after life all of our thoughts and prays go out to you.
I grew up to the Andrews sisters music. I loved them all, but Patty was my favorite. May God bless her, and her entire family. She will be in my prayers.
We grew up watching the Andrew Sisters on Abbott and Costello movies in the early 70's when were just kids. Patty is now up there with her sisters singing in the Lords choir. Rest in Peace Patty you are sadly missed. Thank you for being there for my late uncle and late father in law. You brought them joy when they needed it with the war. Thank you!
Our deepest sympathy goes out to your family
We will miss Patty and her lovely voice. I was not born yet when they sang but watching some of the war movies especially with Abbott and Costello well they were great. All the sisters are now in heaven together and singing in the Lords choir of angels. Rest in Peace Patty.
Another Great Entertainer from the Golden era has left us, there aren't too many left. I loved watching the Abbott and Costello movies with the Andrew Sisters. God Bless and Thank you.
the songs will be forever God bless
May you rest in peace Patty. The pleasure and comfort provided to my Grandfather and the military can never be replicated. Wish the current generation appreciated your wonderful legacy as much as I.
Condolences to all family, friends and admirers alike.
I loved boogie woogie bugle boy. Me and my show choir did a tribute to the andrews sisters, and I felt like I was honoring them. Rip Andrews Sisters.
i love your songs and performances.
To say you touched many lives would be a gross understatement. You will be sadly missed. Thanks for the memories.
As a very young boy in the 1940's, being home bound due to polio, my only outlet to the world was the newspaper and the radio. I loved listening to the radio, especially music. Many of the record being played at that time were by the Andrew Sisters and as time went by, I healed to a point that I could move my arms, leaned to play the piano and went on to entertain many with the songs I heard the Andrew Sisters sing during my youth. They, more than most entertainers, contributed to the 'song list' I used in the 1960s. God now has a great singing trio to praise his name.
We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
I was born during the war (1944), and grew up listening to the Andrews Sisters music as a young boy. They were Great !
Heaven has added another great voice to it's choir.
RIP Patty. Thanks.
THANK YOU FOR FOR ALL YOU AND YOUR SISTERS DID FOR OUR ARMED FORCES.
my parents loved you guys.
Thnaks for all the really great music.
My father was a combat veteran of WWII; I grew up listening to the sounds of the Andrew Sister, and, even now, I love to hear those wonderful voices. The Greatest Generation gave us some of the world's greatest music, and the Andrew Sisters were certainly a part of that genius. I can see our boys now…dancing along the streets of Eternity to “He makes the company jump when he plays reveille. He's the boogie woogie bugle boy of Company B.” The music of the Greatest Generation is forever…
I heard the sound of a thousand bells ring and from that, a thousand angels came... RIP
To the Andrews family I'm so sorry for your loss I hope you can find a measure of comfort in prayer during this difficult time. 2 corthians 1:3,4
I was very little when WWII broke out. I read the news papers, listened to the radio, saw the Newsreels at the movies. And how I loved the Andrew Sisters. You were America when we needed you.How wonderful the Andrew were, I too loved Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and everything you all sang. Now you are singing in heaven. Three more of God's Angels.
There's some happy singing in Heaven tonight ! They were a one of a kind trio, never to be duplicated.
What a loss, truly a Red Blooded American girl, she and her sisters made me love music, and I'm from the 70s generation, but grew up watching 40s, 50s, and 60s movies and listening to their music. Wow them up above Patty, you are all together now, wow the crowds up there, again!!
Loved your voices and songs. You, Maxine and Laverne were what was right about America. True patriots.
Your incredible vocals combined with those of your sisters inspired and raised the moral of nearly every Sailor, Soldier, Marine and Airman who participated in WWII. You are all back together and playing in the finest band with the most outstanding harmonies. I can only imagine how many heavenly encores there will be tonight with the reunited "Andrew Sisters. Godspeed and may you all rest in peace.
here;s to the best girl band ever. thanks for the films and songs.
Rest in peace Patty, you will never be forgotten !!! Mom & Dad listened to your music when I was growing up, we love it !!!
As a female vet, your "Boogie Woodie Bugle Boy" still brings a smile to me. Corkey Addcox, Mt. Shasta, CA.
so sorry to hear about this nice and good lady now she with god
we have lost the last of the best singing trio ever. i remember listening to them in the forties. of course i was just a kid. rest in peace and you and your sisters will never be forgotten
The legacy of the Andrews Sisters will not perish. Thank you Patty and rest in peace.
RIP Patty and I salute you back. Thanks for all the wonderful music. We will always have that.
WWII is over officially. RIP, Patty.
Being a WWII baby (1943) I grew up on all the music of the 40's. Mom & Dad now deceased loved your music. Beer Barrel Polka a family favorite always...I now play "Rum & Coca Cola" for my 18 month old granddaughter and she loves the beat. You and your sisters were the best...A Real Class Act...I wish we had those acts today....God Bless and we will never forge.....
Thank you for all you have done for this country and it's people. We salute you.
Patty, you and your sisters will be sorely missed, but will live on forever in our memories.
Rest in Peace dear lady.
The Andrews Sisters were one of the greatest acts in the history of entertainment. Patty Andrews will be missed. My condolences to her family and friends.
Your gift will not be forgotten.
Your music defined a generation and hearing your songs reminds me of my mom and dad and a more innocent and hopeful America. God Bless you and I hope to hear you sing in Heaven.
I HAVE BEEN A FAN OF THE ANDREW SISTER'S, FOR MANCY YEAR'S .THEY WERE WONDERFUL,AND REALLY LOOKED LIKE THEY LOVED TO SING, AND WE THE FANS LOVED THEM. IT WILL BE GREAT LOST NOW WITH PATTY GONE . THEIR RECORDS WILL LIVE ON , AND THEY WILL BE MISSED. LOVE LINDA
May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time
still have the 78 rpm records of my sisters. Your sound will never leave all of the world. RIP
Patty, may you rest in harmony.....
Loved your singing.
A dime got me into the local movie house where I was able to see my favorite trio! Thank you Patty, LaVerne and Maxine.
Thank you for sharing your great talent with all of us. We are grateful. God bless.
Time marches on but memories remain. We will remember their lively and sweet renderings.
ALWAYS REMEMBER YOURE SONGS
I did not know you personally, Patty, but surely enjoyed your singing. Thank you for all the service you gave to the Veterans, living and deceased. May you rest in the arms of the Comforter.
sorry for your lost MAY THE GOD OF PEACE BE WITH YOU FAMILY AND FRIENDS MY SYMPATHY GOES ALL,PHIL4 ;6,7 GA.
I was very young during WW II but I always assoicate the Andrew sisters with Bob Hope and his GI tours God Bless....
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Hearing the name of Patty Andrews brings back so many wonderful memories of the times and the music of the Andrews Sisters. Thank you for all the happiness you brought to our soldiers away from home and to those of us around the radio! To your family and friends, know many around the world are sending you their love and support at this difficult time.
Always love there songs,will never forget good family people REP
Heaven now will hear their wonderful voices. What a great trio we heard and loved. They broke the mold with that era, it was great. RIP all of the Andrew Sisters!
WWII 2 sweet hearts are now gone. RIP
Thank you for many wonderful memories. My mom turned me on to your music and I have continued to love it. God Be with your family.
Im sorry to see you go. I enjoyed you as a teenager, and loved all of you. There will never be any one to replace you.
The heavenly choir has another star! Goodbye Patty and thank you for all the songs that soothed our brow and comforted our hearts.
I always loved her music she was a great talent and made millions laugh smile and tap their feet you will be missed
Always enjoyed The Andrews Sisters,They were great.Hope they get back together in Heaven.
wow what a photo,sisters are always cool. ready too buy bonds for the cause. Thank you for sharring music with us all.
thank you Patty for the wonderful music, may you rest in eternal peace
The Andrew Sisters Music Ment so much to so many people . We and generations to come will enjoy your sweet sounds of a special time for always. Your singing toutched the hearts of The "Gratest Generation"
An American ..aged 76.
for the 3 grate ladys God Bless them
God Bless You,Sweet Soul.
I remember the sisters in Abbott and Costello movies...hilarious. Besides Bugle Boy, I think I heard Rum and Coca Cola a lot during WWII. It's our favorite song and my wife's favorite beverage. Beat me Daddy is another favorite. Great era, great music, great talent.
I have a collection of "Abbott & Costello"(who I love and grew up watching) movies of which the Andrew Sisters are in most of them. I am a member of 3 sisters and we would imatate the Andrew Sisters, with the 2nd oldest one being.. "Patty"!! My regards for continued Blessings to the family.
The passing of Patty Andrews brings us to an end of a wonderful trio of great close harmonizing sisters who had disdinctive style and sound.Their entertaining of troops,civilians, and U.S. War Bond drives helped get Americans through WW11 and brought happiness to many, a wonderful legacy!
When growing up I loved any picture that had the Andrews sisters in it. I loved Patty's antics as she always tried to get her man. I know she has rejoined the group in heaven. May they make joyful noise beyond those pearly gates. My condolences to the families of all three.
My condolences to her family and friends. The world has lost yet another great artist - but she and her sisters will never be forgotten.
So saddened to hear of Patti's death. Will always remember the music. RIP
Miss Andrews was a great entertainer. She lived her life on her own terms and she spent that lifetime doing what she loved to do, and did best: showcasing her prime talents while entertaining and endearing herself to millions with her God-given skills and her wonderful, upbeat personality. My condolensces to Pam Dubois, who was so dedicated to Patty for so long. May the good Lord bless and keep The Andrews Sisters.
Loved all the Andrews Sisters! Have all their music.
BB in Ohio
You will always live in our hearts and prayers.
Bye patty, you are with the Lord and other family members NOW. You and your sisters were wonderful.
"Don't Sit under the apple tree" will always bring back good memories. Hug
your sisters and rest in peace.
Deeply saddened another national treasure gone. My parents loved the Andrew Sisters so I hope they are enjoying seeing them and hearing them in Heaven. God Bless and Rest in Peace
Thanks for what you did for our country in a time of need.
What a sad time - the Andrews Sisters were my favorites growing up - they had the most beautiful voices and they were so pretty!!!! Now they're all together again and singing for the Lord - what a wonderful sound!!!! Thank you for all the times I heard you sing - I still have some of your records - they are precious to me!!!! Condolences, thoughts and prayers to the family and friends!!!!
You and your sisters are what real women look like. Full body. You girls were beautiful. All of America loved you.
My condolences are with your family for
your loss,and I know that the God of peace and comfort will be with you during your time of grief,.(Phil.4:7)
Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.
Thank you for your contribution to society. RIP
My condolences to the group and family
I'm sorry to hear of the passing of your dear loved one and I would like to express my deepest sympathies. May "the God who supplies endurance and comfort" supply the family with much comfort and peace during this time. Rom.15:5
Thank you for all you did for our Men and Women in Uniform. Our Men and Women in uniform who are now in Heaven can once again listen to you and your sisters. RIP.
the best singing group of all times..love ya Patty....a real friend..mitch
Now all 3 of you, can sing to the Lord, my grandparents, and my parents. May the Angels rejoice. You'll be deeply missed.
Thank you for the many years of joy you and your sisters gave to me. I'll always remember your music. RIP, A Fan in Minnesota
As a little girl in the '60s, watching my daddy shave, we would sing "Don't sit under the apple tree" together all the time. Why, I can just picture the Stage Door Canteen welcoming back the Andrew Sisters. Please sing that song for my Dad ... he'll know it's from me.
Godspeed, Patty and RIP. And thank you for giving me such memories.
This group was the greatest. Thank you for sharing your talent with the world. Your music and talents will live on.
My sympathy to the family.
There will never be another girl group like the Andrews sisters. May you rest in peace. You & your sisters are now singing for the Lord in heaven.
To the family of Patty Andrews.
My sincere sympathy in your loss. What wonderful memories I have of the group singing during the War years, and beyond.
My prayers are with you during this very sad time of your lives.
I am very sorry for your loss. Please except my condolences. During this difficult time you can gain comfort and support by leaning on God for support. Turn to God in prayer and his word the Bible.
great music and personalities for a trio of sisters in that era. thank you. M.E. THOMAS
sorry for your lost and my god be with you in your time of need.
To the family and the friends I'm deeply sorry for your lost and hope you will be able to cope quickly with the lost a great bible verse at 1 Corinthians 15:21 that is great to read
The Andrews Sisters were a class act in every sense of the term. I extend my thanks to Patty and her sisters for their service to our country.
I loved The Andrews Sisters songs. They were from my parents era. But when I got older I started to like that kind of music and even bought a cassette of their greatest hits. That really hooked me on that music! They were my favorite womens singing group. Seems the war years music to me sounded like some of the best music written.
My Deepest Sympathy to all of Patty's family.
Thank you for all the beautiful music and the joy you brought during a dark time.
Thank you for the music of our youth. Condolences to the family and to all who loved her and her sisters.
Growing up my parents used to listen to the Andrew Sister's all the time and listening to them it was a joy to listen to them they were a wonder group of women I ever heard and even in movie's to.My favorite song will always be Boogie Woolie Bugle Boy. Patty you will be missed by all that loved you. My Deepest Sympathy to all friends and family.
My aunt introduced me to the Andrews Sisters' music and I have loved it ever since. We have lost another outstanding member of the Greatest Generation. May she rest in peace.
My love and prayers go out to the family of Patty andrews. May you experience the comfort that God gives to those that throw their burden on him.
TO THE ANDREWS FAMILY,
MUCH BEAUTY FROM THE HEART AND SOUND OF THESE THREE SISTERS. LISTENED TO THERE RECORDS OFTEN AS DID MY GRANDPARENTS. LOVED THEM AND MAY THEY ALL NOW BE AT PEACE. GOD BLESS THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO OUR WORLD.
TONY AND ELLEN VETERE - PGH. PA
Patty Andrews and The Andrews Sisters not only was a musical group that I admired, they seemed like a friend as well. I am glad to have received an autograph from Patty in 1996. Patty is gone now but she will live forever in her music.
He Will Raise You Up On Eagle's Wings,
Bear You On The Breath Of Dawn,
Make You To Shine Like The Sun,
And Hold You In The Palm Of His Hand.
An Old Friend
Patty Andrews music comforted a war-time generation. Today, society is still at war in many ways. But may we and Ms. Andrews' family take comfort in God's promise to 'end all wars on the earth.' Psalm 46:8,9
Thanks for the Memories and Andrews sisters
I know of no one else who captured the spirit of America with such grace and
beauty than Patty. Gene Mclane.
Patty and her sisters were always a special treat during our annual 4th of July Parade. Tho they were not physically at the reviewing stand the three ladies dressed in appropriate military wear of that time gave a stirring rendition of the Andrew Sisters famous songs. RIP Patty.
The Andrews Sisters, were the best...Patty, rest in peace...you have joined your sisters again, you will be making beautiful music together....
My parents were born in 1927. My dad was in WWII. Thank you for your talents and for helping keep the soldiers spirits up. My mom said The Andrews sisters were the best! We grew up knowing your songs too.God Bless all of you. Be sure to sing alot in heaven. Lots of people up there have been waiting for you!
It's been a joy to listen to you and to your sisters through the years. You will be missed forever. RIP
May the eternal light shine upon her....
Once upon a time, music was music.. and how I wish those who were part of that time knew how much they were appreciated. She gave her talents to our country, and God gave her a wonderful long life as a blessing. God bless.
THIS IS AN ERA WHICH WILL NO LONGER BE, WITH THE COMPASSION THAT NO ONE UNDERSTANDS TODAY, A GENERATION WITH HEART AND SOUL, CERTAINLY THIS FINE LADY CONTRIBUTED SO MUCH TO OUR SOLDIERS !
Loved watching their movies, hearing their songs and even got to witness two of the sisters on Broadway. Now they are together again and probably putting on some great shows. Thanks for the memories.
Thank you for your gift of music. God bless you and your loved ones.
My deepest sympathy to the family of Patty. May the God of all hope and comfort be with you during this time of difficulty,
Our dear Patti, you will be missed. Prayers go out to the family.
How well I remember seeing you perform at Radio City Music Hall back in the fifties. Patty Page appearing with you and your sister's that very same show. "Thee" very best entertainment of the times. Shall not be forgotten.
I remember the andrew sisters as a young boy growing up during ww2.very sad but will always be with us.thoughts and prayers to family.
I loved your music,Talant going to Heavan
L.H. New Orleans,La.
You girls go right on singing together in Heaven. Will miss your voices together and thanks for all my childhood memories of The Andrew Sisters.
My sisters and I used to pretend we were the Andrews sisters when we played as children and I was always Patty. You will be missed and you were someone who I looked up to. R.I.P, Love to your family. Sandi Ulm
Jim Ford---God has another leed singer
GOD BLESS PART OF AN ICON OF THE PAST.
Our loss is heaven's gain. Thank you dear lady for setting such a great example. Condolances to family. God Bless.
We're so very sorry for your loss.She was a very good singer and dancer.May she rest in peace.
I danced to your music when I was a baby, the boogie woogie was my first dance as a wee little one.
With deepest sympathy to the Andrews family during your time of grief...God is for you a refuge and strength, A help that is there to be found during difficult times...May God provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead.
To the family-God Bless you. We are losing all the greats from the greatest generation. Always enjoyed the Andrews Sisters.
You and your sisters will all be missed each day. You were wonderful and brought so much joy to all of us to enjoy for so many years. May you rest in peace along with your sisters and blessings to the family.
My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends. I remember when I was growing up that if the Andrews sisters were going to be on TV, everything else came to a stop as the show would be watched without interruption. I loved there songs and their contagious smiles that always just made you feel good.
I was just a little girl of 7 and I would sing all their songs and I always said I would get married in Apple Blossom time and I did May 15 1954 and married for 55yrs my husband passed in 2009 I just loved that song and the Andrew sisters rest in peace
Enjoyed you and your sisters, as did many others. I'll be seeing you in apple blossom time.
Patty, I am sure you are having a joyous reunion with Maxine and LaVerne and - with Bud (Abbott) and Lou Costello.
I am sure Heaven is filled with sweet harmony.
Loved these sisters. Still play their music. Seems like the end of another era and it saddens me.RIP Patty.
The Good Ole Days...Thanks for the Memories :) Now you are all together
singing up in Heaven.
My spympathies go out to the families.
A little part of all of us dies with Patty Andrews. The Andrews Sisters' wholesome family style was a part of Americana for several generations. Thank you for sharing your gifts with our soldiers, our country and the world. You and your sisters will be remembered fondly by this baby boomer.
My Dad introduced me to The Andrews Sisters. They had such great harmony. I loved it when they were on the radio with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. So sad she is gone, but so glad that their voices will last forever.
God Bless.... Now you are with your sisters to sing all together again now as True Angels in Heaven
RIP Ms.Andrwews! Thank you for your service to our country and entertaining all of us for so many years! God Bless!
Saw your sister and you (and a very young John Travolta) on stage on Broadway in "Over Here" and enjoyed it. Thank you so much for the memories. Bei Mir Bist Du SEHR Schon!
A true American and Patriot.
THANK YOU ANDREWS FAMILY FOR SHARING THIS GRAND LADY WITH THE WORLD. ANOTHER ANGEL ADDED TO THE HEAVENLY CHOIR. GOD BLESS YOU & MAY YOU FIND COMFORT IN KNOWING OTHERS SHARE YOUR LOSS!!
It seems like yesterday we were singing to the songs of this famous trio...I know they brought great joy to those who fought in WWII...May Patty rest in peace knowing that she and her sisters were a great insperation to our brave military. Condolences to her family.
Thank you for your service to our Country.
I remember listening to the tunes sung by Patty and her sisters; especially those that they made so famous. Thank you Patty for all the joy that you brought to so many. May you forever enjoy peace in the hereafter.
Rip patty . Yous brought a lot of happiness to a lot of young men who were fighting for our country . God bless you .
God bless Patty's memory. She and her sisters did such wonderful things for the troops and brought a lot of joy to everyone's lives. I loved watching her on the old Abbott & Costello shows. What a talent and what a loss to this world. Our loss is heaven's gain.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Her passing is definitely the end or an era. The Andrews Sisters were wonderful and legendary. God rest her soul.
May You sing with the Angels,We Salute Patty.
A long and wonderufl life, thank you Patty for all that you and your sisters have done for this Nation when they needed it most....LOVE to you ALL!
A talented, gracious lady and a true American. RIP Miss Patty.
Thank you and your family for sharing your talents with the world. Bobby (PR)
God bless! One of the greatest from the "greatest generation"
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
I loved your voice, music, great songs, and especially your humor. Many lovely memories for me. Having been born in 1941, I grew up listening to your music. Thank you.
To your family, my sincere sympathy on your loss.
Patty and her sisters are the type of people we in America today..God bless Patty and her sisters
We have lost an era of no returns....For Patty's family we will have you in our prayers. She was a funny lady and it will be missed. God bless the father for all is his.
Our prayers to the Andrews family. May the God who gives peace be with all of you.-RO.15:33
You and your sisters were super singers and gave a lot of support in WWII. I had 5 Uncles in that was war and I'm sure that they listed to your records. God bless you and your sisters and all the family.
Mrs. Patty we be missed in the musical word she live a long life she was one of the trio's who sung during the war time MAY YOU AND YOUR FAMILY FIND COMFORT DURING THIS TIME of SORROW. PSALM;68:20
Their up there now singing for the boys that did't come home god bless them all
S Chapman Pennsylvania
I had no idea she was still living. Oh, how sad. Even though I was born in 1942,I always loved the Andrews Sisters, especially, Patti. May she rest in peace.
Sorry for your loss of your dear love one,
God do promise us a wonderful hope .
The Andrew sisters were a huge part of my youth, after dinner every Sunday the records would come out, we would dance, sing to all the great music especially the andrew sisters, Apple blossum time is still my favorite song ever.......RIP Patty
May God bless the memories of the Andrew Sisters and thier unwavering commitment to our Troops and the United States of America. +May you rest in eternal peace+
Godspeed Patty. We will not forget you.
Thank you ladies for all the love and warmth you gave all out service men and allies during difficult times, and thank you for being wonderful mentors for the young girls that idolized ya'all go in peace with God
I love watching old movies even though I am 59 and love hearing them sign RIP and GOD BLESS
You will be missed Patty. Loved all your songs and still have many records.
I'm so sorry for your loss. I have many great memories as a child singing along with their albums. I always wanted to sing like Patty. The world has lost a great voice and entertainer. Thank you Andrew Sisters for your sharing your gift with us. Heaven has some awesome singing going on right now.
Patty is now with her sisters singing for our troops,those that never made it back home & those that have passed on since.
They brought so much joy with their singing,dancing & all around entertainment. Guess its'"Apple Blossom Time" in the heavens about now.
To the family of Patty Andrews, My heartfelt prayers are with you all, at this most difficult time. Continue to remember and cherish the wonderful memories of her in your heart and through her music and career. The Andrew Sisters were a great talent when I was growing up I enjoyed listening to their music and watching them on television, they all will be sadly missed.
May the "God of all comfort be with you".
To one of the greatest female singers ever....your Bugle Boy will live on thruout all time, thru generation, and generation...I even listened to it in my Army days in 1971....My dad who served in World War II would bounce all of us kids on his lap singing Dont sit under the Apple Tree, and Bugle Boy....
Thank You, and your sisters for bringing joy in our heart, and lightenibg up our soldiers .
May peace be with you and in.jesus arms thruout eternity..
Dearest Patty: I am shocked to hear of your passing. My Mom was a WW II Brat and had all of your 78 records and sheet music. I grew up listening to the 40's music, and I still love it. Thank you for also taking care of the troops. They all loved the Andrew Sisters, and yes, my Mother could do the Jitterbug too. RIP.
you left us a gift of joy and great memories.
The Andrew Sisters will go down in history as well as they should. Other than Kate Smith will there ever be a more memorable and devoted entertainer to our country. I was and always will be a devoted fan. RIP and God love you and your sisters.
God Bless you Patty and your sisters, for all you had done for the spirit of America during WWII. Hope you are sitting under the apple tree right now,,,still singing.
I've always had a special fondness in my heart for the Andrews' Sisters because of my last name. I will truly miss their voices and memories of them. Rodney S. Andrews
i have all your records u were a great lady.
God bless u
Ms brandy redwood city calif
I'm 81 years old... WWII was going on as I grew up with you... God Bless and I hope that there is a place in Heaven for you and your sisters to sing!
The greatest trio, together again---Boogie Woogie in heaven, what a thought!
Thank you Patty---love, til we hear you and the girls again,when we come home!
I recall the sisters beautiful harmony, and the perfect way their voices blended. I listened to them as a child, and a great lady has passed. My condolences to her family.
RIP, Patty. America salutes you and your sisters for bringing our men and women through a very hard and difficult war. God Bless you all!
Always Loved you , rest in peace Dear!!
Patty you will always be in the hearts and souls of are boys GOD BLESS
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
RIP. Thanks for the great music that you and your sisters put out. I throughly enjoyed it.
So now the sisters are together and dancin' up a storm followed by Bob Hope telling jokes with a putter in his hand. A great scene that thousands enjoyed for decades. Thank you all for your service
I'm very sorry for your loss. I'm 62 yrs. old and remember that song when I was a very young girl and I steal love it boogie Woogie Bugle Boy in Company B <3
To entertain and bring such joy to thousands, especially during WW2,is a God Given Gift, may you R. I. P.
MAY GOD BLESS with wonderfull memories in are minds and warmth in are hearts
Such wonderful music and memories which will live on forever. Patty is missed. 1Peter 5:8.
You sure did shine in your lifetime you all were a blessing to many
My dad talked about the Andrew sisters and how they made his time in WW2 much easier. God bless you and your sisters. May you all Rest in Peace.
To the familly of Patty Andrews,
I sent you deepest sympathy on her passing. My sister an next door neigbor often pretened to the Andrews sister when we were young. Thank you for the joy your family gave to this nation through the years.
A truly, truly great American.
rest in peace God Bless we love you!
Radio shows, USO tours, millions in record sales, a greatful nation salutes a great lady. Your service to your country was greatly appreciated by soldiers on the front lines and in hospitals around the world. God bless the Andrews Sisters for being there for America...
Th three of you got a lot of us through the South Pacific during WW2. God Bless you for ever.
may you continue to be comforted by the love and support of God, family and friends. (1Corinthains 1: 3,4
I am 51 years old and I watched every movie I could ever find with the Andrews sisters in it because I so love the entertainment they provided. So very thankful they gave up their lives to entertain all of us. She will be missed greatly. R.I.P. My sympathy goes out to their families.
God Bless You and your family, Patty
My dad once was once part of a cowboy band in Minnesota in the 1930s and the sisters sang for him personally while visiting someone on a farm. I don't know the details, but am grateful they did that. I was born in 1947 and my earliest radio memories were listening to the Andrews Sisters. Have always enjoyed their unique style. They will be missed.
What a truly Great American. Our Nation will miss you and your sisters. May God Bless you.
Ohhh, the end of era. I enjoyed her
so much. Sorry about her death.
RIP Patty with your soulful sisters. You gave a renewal of spirit and love to our troops - even through all the years - and to all who embraced and were lifted by the energy of your music. Thanks for uplifting the love that all Americans feel for the USA.
Another Singing Sister
Edison, New Jersey, USA
This is so sad, my dad promoted the Andrew Sisters back in the 50's & 60's...Always listen to there music when I was younger....RIP, Patty....you will be missed...
i have a picture of you, my husband and i on my tv in the livivng room. we were on an amtrak tour and we saw your show, and after you sat for a picture with every one. you had a lovely voice.
This sad to hear, I believe back in the 50's & 60's my dad promoted them, he always was talking about the Andrews sisters...
May the Heavens ring with sounds of music as the sisters reunite! God Bless
I loved the Andrews Sisters. They had style, were fun and Patty's voice was wonderful. Enjoyed their films, their songs with other celebs. They are missed. Patty can join her sisters and perform in Heaven. God Bless you, Patty!
MY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY LEFT BEHIND... I LOVED HER MUSIC AND LOVED WATCHING HER ENTERTAIN THE TROOPS... SHE WILL BE REUNITED WITH HER SISTERS.. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE TO LISTEN TO YOUR MUSIC, YOU WILL BE MISSED..
God bless you Patty with eternal life through Jesus Christ. We will miss you girls and our own family and friends from the Greatest Generation.
they brought smiles to a lot of GI sad faces.."bless 'em all"
God Bless you, you made our country proud!
Thanks for the memories with your songs, sense of humor and the way you jiggerbugged. Rest in Peace. God Bless.
May God grant your family comfort & peace during this most difficult time.
I'm listening to "I can dream, can't I" right now remembering Patty and her sisters. Now reunited...
Me, being a babby-boomer have also danced and sang along with Patty, Maxine, and LaVerne; 'The Andrews Sisters'. There will 'never' be anyone else like you girls/women here on this Earth. Thanks for all you have done, especially for all of the Servicemen in the past. May GOD be with you and your friends! Also 'Thanks-For-The-Memories. Rest In Peace.
God bless you, dear Patty, and your lovely sisters. You inspired many music lovers through the years. "You loved us much too much....."
sorry for the passing of Patti.
These 3 ladies did a great job entertaining soldiers during WWII... God bless u Pattie. Enjoy the bliss of Heaven.
Oh the singing in Heaven right about now!! God Bless you!
The gift of music is greater than any other. So many songs--love songs, zany novelty songs, polkas, hymns, latin-beat--all performed in beautiful harmony. What a legacy to leave a weary world.
SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. I REMEMBER MY MOTHER SINGING AND DANCING AROUND THE HOUSE TO YOUR TUNES. ALMIGHY GOD ALSO REMEMBERS THE JOY YOU SISTERS BOUGHT TO SO MANY
PEOPLE. HE PROMISES A RESURRECTION OF ALL OR OUR LOVE ONES WHO HAVE FALLEN ASLEEP IN DEATH.
There's some mighty nice harmonizing going on in Heaven right now. What a
Another member of the greatest generation goes to Heaven! Patty and her sisters served our nation by keeping up morale, at home and on both fronts! Rest in peace! The sisters are together again!
RIP You and your sisters brought so much joy to so many. Heaven must be jumping tonight so many GI's there that loved you so much
the passing of Patty.
Rest in peace Dear Lady.
Thank you - THANK YOU !
for your help during WW II.
What a wonderful life. she will always live in the Light.
Thank you for a beautiful contribution to American history. Your songs will continue to be enjoyed for many generations.
The Andrews Sisters were at the height of their popularity long before I was born. But they have always been a big part of my life. They were the best. They will all be remembered fondly. Rest in peace.
Just listening to a couple of there songs the other day patty was the brassy one with a special talent that's hard to explain but she was something special . What a great act,one we'll never see again god blees them all now that they are to-gether again. John masso atco n.j.
So sad to hear of your passing. I remember onc time when I visited Frank Daley's Meadowbrook and thesisters were there visiting also, Patti asked me to dance and I was too shy and refused. The girls were great and I think the best around. Thank you for the memories girls.
Thank You for the Music...I know you now get to sing with your sisters again... R.I.P.
I was named after you Patty Ann. My mom and dad loved you and you will be sorely missed. Your singing brought joy to their lives and they passed tha along to us kids. We love you.
May God bless you forever and ever. Amen.
You were loved by my parents and I grew up listening to all of your wonderful music. You and your sisters did so much for our country and I am happy knowing that you are all together once again. Rest in peace after a job well-done.
Thank you for what you and your lovely sisters did for our servicemen and women during WWII. You have left us many happy memories. Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine on her! God bless her family!
The Andrews Sisters gave our soldiers something wonderful to hang on to while overseas at war. God bless them.
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2.
Thanks for the wonderful memories and all the fun.
So sad, she will be missed by a lot of GIs
May you rest in peace, you will be missed.
You and your sisters were inspirations of heavenly bliss to so many. I recall my folks who have passed on enjoying The Andrews Sisters treasury of songs. I recall so many of my past relatives who served in WWII adoring the beautiful and warm songs of tht era, that you and your sisters performed and recorded. I still have those old recordings and they'll be past down to my grandchildren. Heaven will enjoy all of you together once more. RIP Ms. Andrews.
To the Andrews Family,
The Hearer of Prayer is always there for us in good times and in sorrowful times. May you keep your prays ongoing to him for strength.
GOODBYE PATTY, YOU WERE PART OF MY CHILDHOOD AND I'LL MISS YOUR SONGS.
I know many vets will agree, we have lost a national treasure.
A beautiful voice silenced from a time in our history that was memorable. The Andrew Sisters were one of a kind and I remember Patty's voice how beautiful it was. Their harmony was unbelievable. You have earned your reward, Patty. You will never be forgotten by your many fans and your beautiful voice made in Heaven.
Your songs touched many hearts. There was no singer better. Rest in Peace.
RIP. You were one of the greats.
She was part of something special. The Andrews Sisters gave our troops a part of home when they couldn't be there and those back in the States a piece of their servicemen and women abroad all through one common bond - music. And we are lucky to still have that music living in us today. Thank you Patty and your sisters for what you gave to us.
We loved your music even though my husband and I were born in 1945. You and your sisters were a favorite of ours. Our heartfelt sympathy goes to your family. You will be missed by so many. Thanks for all the joy you brought to our soldiers when they really needed it.
THEY WERE THE BEST AT A TIME WHEN THE COUNTRY NEEDED THEIR MORALE BUILDING MUSIC TO GET IT THROUGH THE HARD TIMES. RIP, PATTY.
Thank you Patty for all of the beautiful music and sound's you and your sister's gave to us ll. I loved you all. Resy in peace.
I will always remember my parents taking me to their show in Seattle. I was about 10 years old. My parents and I loved their singing and songs...............rip Patty.
Great artist will be greatly missed. A great fan of yours, Gary Toms
I remember their beautiful singing. I am sad that they are no longer with us. The music was so beautiful back then.