ANN MYRA ANDREWS

Ann Myra Andrews, resident of Bellevue, Washington, passed away on May 19, 2019 at the Evergreen Healthcare Hospice in Kirkland. She was 80 years old. Ann was born in Bournemouth, England to Basil and Myra Harris. She married her husband Tom and moved to the USA with him and her three daughters in 1965. They lived in Renton for a year and then moved to Bellevue. She was a homemaker and had another child, a son in 1974.

Ann enjoyed bowling, she was her league secretary and won several trophies. Ann also enjoyed various handcrafts and created artificial flowers, crocheted bedspreads, jewelry and art projects over the years.

Her survivors include her husband Tom, her children Carol, Jacqueline, Marianne, and David, five grand children and three great grandchildren. Ann was a kind and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother and is missed by them and her friends. If you wish you may make a donation to Children’s Hospital in Seattle in her name.

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