|Ann Krull Andrew|
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|Death: ||Oct. 13, 2006|
Ann (Krull) Andrew of Glastonbury, beloved wife of Thomas C. Andrew, died Friday, October 13, 2006 at Hartford Hospital. She was born in Oakville, CT, the daughter of Mary Grunwald Krull and Alexander Krull and grew up in the Oakville-Watertown area where she attended grammar school and high school. She was a graduate of C.W. Post College and before raising a family she worked as an assistant in the brokerage business and as a secretary at American Brass in Waterbury, Connecticut. She was a catcher in women's industrial baseball league and enjoyed sports and athletics throughout her life, attending aerobics classes until earlier this year. She passed her enthusiasm to her children and grandchildren. Ann moved to Glastonbury in 1964 and was an active supporter of music programs in the Glastonbury schools for many years while her children were in school. She enjoyed raising her family and keeping the family home impressively organized while her husband's work required frequent travel. She was an important figure in the lives of her nieces and nephews and her grandchildren. Her kindness and generosity will be missed by everyone who knew her. She was an avid reader, a fantastic cook, and maker of the best soup imaginable.
She is survived by her husband of more than 60 years, Thomas Andrew Sr.; by her brother, Dr. Edward Krull of Grosse Pointe, MI; by her daughter, Nancy A. Shluger of Glastonbury; and her son, Thomas Andrew, Jr. of Berlin, MA. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Thomas J. Shluger and Daniel A. Shluger of Glastonbury; and Hannah B. Andrew of Berlin, MA. She was predeceased by two of her brothers, Albert Krull and William Krull; her sister, Helen K. Senich, all of the greater Waterbury area; and her beloved son David K. Andrew of Glastonbury.
The committal service will be private. There will be a memorial service celebrating the life of Ann K. Andrew at First Church of Christ Congregational-UCC at 2183 Main Street, Glastonbury. There will be a reception for family and friends after the service. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be given to First Church of Christ Congregational-UCC, Glastonbury, Connecticut 06033.
Published in the Hartford Courant on 10/18/2006.
Created by: Lisa222
Record added: Oct 08, 2007
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