In Memory

Richard Andrews

Richard Andrews

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09/26/16 01:31 PM #1    

Danny T. Ferguson


Sorry to hear of Richard Andrews passing, as a year’s grow longer our group grows smaller.



Jim Reavis

Minister of Visitation

Grayson United Methodist Church

555 Grayson Parkway, Grayson GA 30017

770-963-2944 ext 247


09/26/16 06:06 PM #2    

Jean E. Ziglar

Richard and have kept in touch throughout the years.  If not talking, we exchanged Christmas cards every

year/  The last time I talked with him, he was still working at Home Depot and we exchanged some

conversation.  He was seeing Kathy Jones Lane at the time.  I have not been able to get in touch with


Jean Ziglar

09/27/16 09:39 AM #3    

John A. Hutcheson

Richard and I lived within a block or so of each other, but he had gone to Moore School and I had attended Ardmore, so it wasn't until we both arrived at Reynolds in the 8th grade that we got to know each other.  We were close friends during our 8th and 9th grade years--a time when many of us knew him as "Buster" rather than as "Richard."  Our lives and interests thereafter moved in different directions, and I regret that by the time we graduated we were only vaguely aware of each other's doings.  Even so, when I ran into him in a grocery store during a visit to Winston-Salem sometime in the 1980's, we had a long and nostalgic conversation.  I've often wondered about him since then, and I'm saddened to hear of his passing.  R.I.P. Buster. 

09/27/16 08:34 PM #4    

Marilyn Elsie Miller (Morris)

I was in the 7th grade at Moore with Richard, then of course the 5 years at RJR.  I think he got the prize for most growth between the 8th and 9th grades.  I'm sure it was a foot! I've lost touch with so many of my friends at Reynolds but I'm glad we're keeping up with each other like this, even when the news is sad.

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