In memory of
Patricia Ann Andrews
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In memory of
Patricia Ann Andrews
Patricia was born on February 15, 1925 and passed away on Thursday, September 14, 2017. Patricia was a resident of Spirit Lake, Idaho at the time of passing. Highlights of her life: Born February 15, 1925 in Fresno, California, to C.J. and Winnie Ryland; 1947: Married Harold Wilder, raised 4 children; 1960: widowed; 1964: Masters Degree, Claremont Graduate School (botany); 1970: Met future husband, a podiatrist, and took his classes on spiritual concepts; 1972: Married Dr. Fred Andrews, achieved Doctorate in Botany CGS, Assistant Curator of Botany, Pomona College; 1973: Curator of Botany, San Bernardino County Museum and City of Riverside; 1976: reti. Tricia's Celebration of Life will be a potluck on September 30 at 3:00 PM at Aspen Springs Assisted Living, 3254 Spirit Lake Cutoff Rd, Spirit Lake, ID 83869.
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Priest River, ID 83856
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In memory of
Patricia Ann Andrews
Patricia was born on February 15, 1925 and passed away on Thursday, September 14, 2017. Patricia was a resident of Spirit Lake, Idaho at the time of passing. Highlights of her life: Born February 15, 1925 in Fresno, California, to C.J. and Winnie Ryland; 1947: Married Harold Wilder, raised 4 children; 1960: widowed; 1964: Masters Degree, Claremont Graduate School (botany); 1970: Met future husband, a podiatrist, and took his classes on spiritual concepts; 1972: Married Dr. Fred Andrews, achieved Doctorate in Botany CGS, Assistant Curator of Botany, Pomona College; 1973: Curator of Botany, San Bernardino County Museum and City of Riverside; 1976: reti. Tricia's Celebration of Life will be a potluck on September 30 at 3:00 PM at Aspen Springs Assisted Living, 3254 Spirit Lake Cutoff Rd, Spirit Lake, ID 83869.
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Sherman-Knapp Funeral Home and Crematory - Priest River
118 Wisconsin
Priest River, ID 83856
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