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Mrs. Esther Urey Andrews

The Andrews, Urey, Deputy and Lynch families announce the passing of our beloved mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, cousin and friend, Mrs. Esther Urey Andrews. Her passing occurred in the early morning hours of Thursday, June 17, 2010, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Mother Andrews, as she was known to her beloved United Christian Fellowship Church congregation where she was a Deacon, was born in Careysburg on September 20, 1935. She was married to G. Henry Andrews.

She was a lifelong volunteer for public service and was an organization director of the Red Cross chapter in Liberia, where she managed swim classes for children.

The passing is deeply mourned by her children: Mario L Andrews, Beatrice Andrews Chenoweth, Precious Andrews Greaves, (Harry Greaves), G. Henry Andrews Jr., Clayton Cooper, Peaches Andrews Madieu, (Danny Madieu), L. Douglas Andrews, S. Godfrey Andrews, Princess Andrews Howard, (John Wesley Howard), Alice Andrews DeShield, (Les DeShield) & Theresa Urey Brima . Her grandchildren: Siaka Chenoweth, Angel Chenoweth, Emem Umoden, Peaches, Hawa-Ellen, George and Peggy Dozier, Vanjah, Joan Marie & Destiny Andrews and Jaden Howard (PJ).

Brothers: T.R. Urey*, Alec Urey, Ben Urey*, William Urey*, Roosevelt Urey.
Sisters: Marie Urey Coleman, Genieve Urey, Anna Urey Phillips, Emma Urey Cassell, Early Urey Cooper*, Birdie Urey Weeks and Katherine Urey White Dennis.

Mother Andrews will be further remembered by a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, friends, relatives, sons and daughters that she embraced over the years, the Golden Girls, members of the Careysburg association, her life best friend, Mother Annie Smith, her neighbor and daughter Comfort Flomo, and most certainly by her beloved church of many years, the United Christian Fellowship Church, the UCFC's Senior Ministry, her UCFC pastors Courage Kai, Pokiah Roberts and her 'son' she has known since he was a 15 year old child, The Reverend Charles Goah.

In the USA

Friday, July 2, 2010
Viewing: 6pm - 7pm
Wake Keeping: 7 pm - 11 pm

Dayton Avenue Presbyterian Church
217 Mackubin Street
St. Paul, MN 55104

Saturday July 3, 2010
Memorial Service: 10 am

Contact in America

Feta White Holder: 763-458-8117
Peaches Andrews Madieu: 240-602-1535
L. Douglas Andrews: 763-354-0487
S. Godfrey Andrews: 336-987-6661
Alice Andrews DeShield: 703-851-4388

In Liberia

Wake Keeping at the Presbyterian Church in Careysburg

July 9 at 6pm to midnight

Funeral Services at the Presbyterian Church in Careysburg

July 10 at 11am

Repass at Wulki Farms in Careysburg

Wake: Friday July 2, 2010 - 6 pm - 11 pm
Funeral: Saturday July 3, 2010 10 am
Locations to be announced shortly.

Contacts in Liberia:
Precious Andrews Greaves: 231-06516253
Princess Andrews Howard: 231-06609316



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