ANDREWS, Walter Theodore 1870-1944
ANDREWS, THOMPSON, BAILEY
Posted By: S. Bell
Date: 8/28/2013 at 00:58:34
[Waterloo Daily Courier, Sunday, January 16, 1944, Waterloo, Iowa]
Walter Andrews, 76, of 1303 West Twenty-second street, Cedar Falls, died at 3:30 p. m. Saturday in Sartori hospital, where he was admitted Tuesday night after a neighbor, Miss Alda Clark, found him unconscious in his home.
It was believed he suffered a heart attack, fell and cut his head. He was found shortly after 5 p. m.
His daughter who was in Gulfport, Miss., at the time visiting her husband, Lt. Ray Andrews, will arrive here early Sunday morning. His twin brother, Willis, also will come from Lajunta, Colo.
The body was brought to Kearns Garden chapel here.
[Waterloo Daily Courier, Monday, January 17, 1944, Waterloo, Iowa]
Funeral services for Walter Theodore Andrews, 73, who died Saturday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. R. T. Andrews, 1303 West Twenty-Second Street, Cedar Falls, will be conducted at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday here in Kearns Garden Chapel by Rev. Gerald E. Knoff, pastor of the Interdenominational Church at Iowa State Teachers College. The body will be placed in the crypts of the chapel for burial later.
Born Apr. 1, 1870. at Lisbon, Ill., son of E. D. and Emma J. Thompson Andrews, he moved with his family to Waterloo during infancy and resided at 221 Elm Street. He married Gracia Bailey of Waterloo here and was an employee of the Associated Manufacturers, Inc. He was a member of Grace Methodist Church and had resided for the past two years with his daughter in Cedar Falls.
Survivors are a twin brother, Willis of Lajunta, Colo.; a brother, Lt., Col. Earl D. Andrews, ; a daughter. Mrs. R. T. Andrews, Cedar Falls; and two grandchildren.
His wife preceded him in death in Waterloo in 1905, and one son died in infancy in 1902.
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