ORLANDO, Fla. — Barbara Ivers Andrews of the Orlando Lutheran Towers, East Church Street, Orlando, Fla., went home to be with her Lord on Friday, Nov. 14.

She was born in Lewiston and graduated from Lewiston High School. She was a daughter of Walter and Gladys Foss Ivers, both of England.

She married Erland W. Andrews on May 9, 1948. They traveled the country and the world while he made a career in the U.S. Air Force. In Europe, they traveled to all the places where Erland served during World War II, and especially loved Austria. In 1970, they settled in Orlando after living in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Texas, North Dakota, South Carolina and California. They purchased one of the first season passes at the newly built Walt Disney World and enjoyed frequent visits.

She enjoyed many activities at the Orlando Lutheran Towers and loved attending the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, where she had season tickets for many years. She enjoyed reminiscing with others about her travels and was always pleased to have visits from her family. Her life was very full and rewarding, and her family loved her dearly.

She was a graduate of the Auburn Maine School of Commerce and Pierce College in Los Angeles, Calif., retiring as a legal assistant for the Office of the Attorney General.

Barbara was a member of First United Methodist Church of Orlando and the past president of the residents’ council at Orlando Lutheran Towers. She was a member of Xi Gamma Lota, Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi; AFSA Auxiliary and AARP Chapter No. 18; as well as the Widowed Persons Service.

Survivors include her sister, Elizabeth I. Nadeau, of Brunswick; brother, Raymond Harold Ivers, of Coward, S.C.; and several nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her beloved Andy on Nov. 13, 1994.

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