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 In memory of our beloved Mother , Frenchie Mae Andrews who was born on December 5,1927 to Leta Henry and John Morgan she is the younger of two siblings.Her early childhood years was spent with her family in Arkansas and Kilgore,Texas.Her family relocated to Los Angeles,CA in 1940 as they was led by the Lord.Where she later graduated from Susan Miller Dorsey High School Los Angeles,CA. Frenchie accepted Christ in her life at an early age while attending Philips Temple AME in Los Angeles,CA. As the Lord guided her footsteps.She was a faithful member of the First Aiders and enjoyed attending Wednesday morning Bible Study until her health no longer allowed her to do so. Frenchie was blessed with two children her eldest son and daughter.She later met and married James Andrews and this union was blessed with six children.Given a hard working entrepreneurial spirit,Frenchie pursued a variety of careers.She had her own seamstress business in the early 1960's in Compton,CA.Frenchie later attended Compton Community College to attain her Vocational Nursing Certificate.She worked as a Licensed Vocational Nurse for over thirty years. Frenchie was a loving daughter,sister,mother,grandmother,great-great grandmother and a loyal friend to many viewed by many as stern and tough but she loved you unconditionally. Frenchie was peacefully called home surrounded by her family.Frenchie was preceded in death by her brother Eugene Montgomery,mother Leta Henry and two sons Walter Grier and Willie Andrews.Loved ones will forever cherish her memories are daughters Stella Bankston,Loleta Bell,Frances Andrews,Cynthia Andrews, and Belinda Andrews one living son Donald Andrews. Sixteen grandchildren, Twenty-nine great grandchildren and Three great-great grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews cousins and other family and friends.

August 24, 2022
August 24, 2022
Gone, but not forgotten. Love your niece, Cheryl

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August 24, 2022
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Gone, but not forgotten. Love your niece, Cheryl
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