Vivian Lorraine Claycomb Andrew
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May 6, 1926 - April 4, 2012
Vivian Lorraine Claycomb Andrew was born May 6, 1926, and returned to her Heavenly Father April 4, 2012 after a short illness. Vivian was born in Columbia City, Columbia County, Oregon to Walter Frederick Claycomb and Pearl Elizabeth Green. She was their ninth and last child. When Vivian was very young the family moved back to Jerome, Idaho, where she grew up.
Vivian graduated from Jerome High School and married Wilburn "Bud" H. Andrew of Shoshone. To this union was born children, William Henry Andrew and Pamela Jean Andrew. This marriage was later dissolved.
She is survived by her son, Bill (Brenna) Andrew of Gooding, Idaho, and his children; LaVona Andrew of Boise, Idaho; William (Mindy) Andrew of Mililani, Hawaii; Rachel (Curtis) Jones of Boise; ReBecca (Joshua) Gutches of Meridian, Idaho; Vivian's daughter Pam (Dan) Stowe of Provo, Utah and her children; Robyn (Zackary) Ludlow of Payson, Utah; Amber (Tyler) Martin of Tremonton, Utah; and Michael (Sydne) Stowe of Provo, Utah. She has six great-grandchildren: Michael's sons, Ethan & Kayson Stowe; LaVona's daughter, Rowan Andrew Tain; ReBecca's daughter, Iella Gutches; Wil's daughter, Ashlyn Andrew; and Robyn's son, Brayden Ludlow. She is also survived by several nieces, nephews, cousins and their spouses.
She was preceded in death by brothers Ted, Randall, Pete and Rullen, and by sisters Chloe Branch, Ruby Patton, Carrie Graham, Madelin Zbinden and half-sister Roberta "Bobby June" Claiborne. She will be buried between Ruby and Bobby June.
Vivian was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and enjoyed every calling that she held.
A graveside service will be held on Monday April 9, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. at the Jerome Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Dustin Godfrey and the staff at Hove Robertson Funeral Chapel in Jerome.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you donate to: Mountain States Tumor Institute, 190 Bannock St, Boise, Idaho 83712; City of Hope, 1055 Wilshire Blvd. #1200, Los Angeles, CA 90017; the
, or any worthy cause.
Published in Idaho Press Tribune on Apr. 7, 2012