LizzieBell  Hunt-Andrews

LizzieBell Hunt-Andrews

September 29, 1930 - October 11, 2020

If you're about to throw away an old pair of pantyhose, stop. Consider: LizzieBell Hunt( Andrews) who entered eternal life on Sunday October 11,2020. Her spirit is carried on by her six children, 17 grandchildren, three surviving siblings and an extended family of relations and friends from every walk of life. We were blessed to learn many valuable lessons from Lizzie. Never throw away old pantyhose. Use the old ones to tie gutters, child-proof cabinets, tie toilet flappers, or hang Christmas ornaments. Also: If a possum takes up residence in your shed, grab a barbecue brush to coax him out. If he doesn't leave, brush him for twenty minutes and let him stay. You may read this and recall a letter from her that touched your heart, tickled your funny bone, or maybe made you say "huh?" She is survived by her children and grandchildren whose photos she would share with prospective friends in the checkout line: Tim (wife Janice, children Timmy, Joey, T.J., Miki and Danny); Kevin (wife Kathy, children Kacey, Ryan, Jordan and Kevin); Jerry (wife Gita, children Nisha and Cathan); MaryAnne; Peter (wife Maria Jose, children Rodrigo and Paulo); and Meg (husband David Vartanian, children Peter, Lily, Jerry and Blase); siblings Anne, Helen, and Robert; and many in-laws, nieces, nephews, friends and family too numerous to list but not forgotten. LizzieBell is reunited with her husband and favorite dance and political debate partner, Dr. Gerald L. Andrews, and is predeceased by six siblings.

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Small's Mortuary

950 S Broad Street, Mobile, AL

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