|Birth: ||Nov. 16, 1939|
|Death: ||Aug. 31, 2012|
Patsy was the daughter of Elizabeth Bridgeford Roberts. She was first married to Donald Gene Redmon whom she married November 1955, in Jeffersonville, Indiana. They were the parents of Donald Woodford "Woody", Michael Allen "Mikey", Paula Jane "P.J.", Edward Boyd "Eddie", and Deborah Ann "Debbie" Redmon. She later married William Morton Andrews on September 12, 1997.
Patsy grew up with her aunts, Nevera Jane Roberts and Brenda Joyce Roberts Lee. The three of them were close in age and affectionately referred to each other as sisters throughout their lives. Her family was her greatest love, starting with her maternal grandparents, Marion Gray Roberts, and Iva Mae Dickey; her mother, Elizabeth; her brothers, James Boyd Clelland and Edward O'Neal; her sister, Faye Louise Pittman Graves; and especially her children; her grandchildren, Joshua and Jamie Redmon, Jessica and Elizabeth Conway, and Travis D'Hondt; and her great grandchildren, twins Liam and Lillian Hacker, and Lucille Mae "Lucy" Redmon.
Patsy was a nurse for many years, starting as an aide working at both the old King's Daughters Hospital and the State Hospital for the Feeble Minded in Frankfort, Kentucky. In 1970, she went to nursing school in Danville, Kentucky and became a Licensed Practical Nurse. Over the years, she worked for the Veteran's Administration in both Lexington, and Louisville, Kentucky, as well as the Masonic's Home in Louisville. She also worked at the state laboratory in Frankfort in the mid 70s and again in the late 90s.
Patsy was always the life of the party. Her wit and charm was enjoyed by all those whose lives were touched by having the honor to have known her. She welcomed friends into her home and treated them just as she would her family.
(Bio by Deb Redmon 2012)
Elizabeth Bridgeford Roberts O'Neal (1923 - 1989)
William Morton Andrews (1942 - 2012)
Patsy Ann Roberts Andrews (1939 - 2012)
James Boyd Clelland (1941 - 2005)*
Faye Louise Pittman Graves (1959 - 2009)*
Beloved Mother of
Woody, Mikey, Paula, Eddie and Debbie
Deep in our heart you will
always stay, loved and
remembered every day
Plot: Sec. U, Row 24, Grave 30
Created by: Deb Redmon
Record added: Aug 31, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96324016