2017-10-18 / Obituaries

Fred Andrews

Fred Allen Andrews, 76, of 5687 Highway 216 S., Arlington, Ga., passed away late Friday night, Oct. 13, 2017, at Southeast Alabama Medical Center.

Mr. Fred was born in Dale County, Ala., on Nov. 26, 1940, to the late John Winston Andrews and Estelle Gayles Andrews. He was the former owner of Farm Air Service, an associate of Bruce’s Flying Service, past-president of both the GAAA and the SEAF, a member of both the Arlington and the Blakely Masonic Lodges and a member of the Hasan Shrine Temple in Albany, Ga., a member of the Half-A-Hundred Club and he was of the Baptist faith.

Other than his parents, Fred was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Angela Gayle Andrews; a sister, Sara Kornegay; and by two brothers, Thomas Andrews and Eddie Andrews.

Survivors include his wife, Glenda Harris Andrews of Arlington, Ga.; a daughter, Tammy Andrews of Blakely, Ga.; and a son, Bruce Andrews of Arlington. He has a sister, Barbara Williams of Dothan, Ala.; three brothers, J. W. Andrews and Lou Vera of Midland City, Ala., Gerald Andrews and Doris and Larry Andrews and Martha, all of Dothan, Ala. There are three grandchildren, Keely Caul and Scott of Las Vegas, N.V., Patrick Andrews of Bluffton, Ga., and Natalie Smith of Blakely, Ga.; and two great- grandchildren, Rylen and Elle Caul of Las Vegas, N.V.

Mr. Andrews funeral was held Tuesday morning, Oct. 17, 2017, at 11 a.m. in the Arlington Baptist Church with Rev. Ryan Mason and Dr. Gary Hadden officiating. Burial followed in the Oak Grove Cemetery, Arlington, with a Masonic Rites Service.

Active pallbearers were Bob McLendon, John Ray Stout, Charles Mathis, Tommy Davis, Mike Newberry and John McMurria.

Honorary pallbearers were Mac Gaines, Chuck Cowart, Bill Bryan, Bill Jordan, Bill Halford, Jimmy Webb, Wesley Webb, Rodney Joiner, Fred Ayres, Frankie Williams and Mickey White.

The family received friends for visitation Monday evening, Oct. 16, 2017, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. in the Hangar at Bruce’s Flying Service, Hwy 216 S. Arlington, Ga.

Manry-Jordan- Hodges Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

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