Marilyn Lee Andrews

December 1, 1934January 4, 2012

Marilyn “Sue” Andrews, 77, of Cape Coral, FL, formerly of Lansing, MI went to be with her Lord on January 4, 2012. She was predeceased by her husband of 48 years, Rex W. Andrews. Sue retired from the State of Michigan, Department of Treasury after 34 years. She was a volunteer for the Red Cross and attended St. Andrew Church. She enjoyed spending time with family and friends. Sanibel was one of her favorite places to visit and she loved her pineapple seafood boat salad at Jerry’s Restaurant. Marilyn is survived by her two sisters, Joyce Hummel, Susan/Art Stone, her son, Michael D. Flint, daughter, Deborah/Bruce Collett, 3 grandchildren, Tracey/Dan McLeod, Stacey/Padraic Duffy, Jennifer Flint and 4 great-grandchildren, Kyra, Tara, Connor & Cameron and many other cousins, nieces and nephews. There will not be a funeral service. A Celebration of her life in Lansing, MI will be announced at a future date. She lives with us in memory and will forevermore. She will be missed. Rather than flowers, donations may be made to Hope Hospice, 2430 Diplomat Parkway Cape Coral, FL 33909 or Moffitt Cancer Research Center, 12902 Magnola Drive Tampa, FL. 33612. Please visit to sign the online guest register book. Arrangements under the direction of Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Cemetery, Cape Coral, FL.


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January 20, 2012

Sue will always be remembered by us as a
"gentle woman". She always took the
time to listen and respected our thoughts. Debbie and Mike "the battle is
over'for your mom and she is happy in heaven. God Bless all of you!

Dick (cousin) and Connie Becker
Battle Creek, MI

January 20, 2012

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Joe (Joey) Becker

January 19, 2012

My memories with my beloved kind and compassionate cousin Sue, go back
70 yrs ago in Lansing MI, where Sue and I set next to each other in school in
Lansing Ressurection, that is until the nuns found out that we were related, they
than decided to separate us ......our feelings were hurt so much, as we were
very close, and my dear Sue took the time to listen to any of my problems.
She was also very close to my mother Mary. Also looked and acted like my
wife Eileen who passed away this past

January 16, 2012

Richard Randall

Sister Susan,Husband Art Stone and Sister Joyce Hummel.

January 16, 2012

A great loss for everyone,Sue will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Sister Susan,husband Art Stone and Sister Joyce Hummel.

January 16, 2012

A great loss for everyone, Sue will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Joseph, Kobe, & Conner KAZAMER

January 16, 2012

I close my eyes as I wipe a tear,
I just keep wishing you were still here.
I will hold all the memories deep in my heart,
Through these memories we will never part.

I close my eyes as I wipe a tear,
I just keep wishing this pain would disappear.
I didn't get the chance to say my last good-bye,
I didn't think time would pass us by.

I close my eyes as I wipe a tear,
All of your love I will always hold near.
In my heart and my mind I will never be alone,
When my time comes...
I will meet you in Heaven.

John & Steve Kazamer

January 16, 2012

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

Joyce Hummel

January 16, 2012

I still love you the same as if you were here with me, laughing during the good times and crying during the bad ones.
I miss being able to call you any time and spend hours talking about everything under the sun.
As children we were practically joined at the hip, but we grew up and grew apart, as most siblings do.
We had our own set of friends and our own set of goals for our lives, but that still didn't change the fact that we were sisters.
There was nothing that I wouldn't do for you and nothing that you wouldn't do for me.
I always wish you were still here with me enjoying life, but I can understand why God would want such a beautiful angel on his side from now until eternity.
Just know that I Love and Miss You.

ray heriford

January 13, 2012

Sue and I worked together in the personnel office (Treasury) for many years. Sue was a very conscientious and dedicated worker. She had a big heart and cared about the people she dealt with. In what often was a cold, cruel bussiness, Sue always added her warmth, compassion and empathy in her work. Her sense of humor was refreshing and often helped to lighten the tension in the work place.

Being around Sue, it was easy to tell that her greatest love was for her children, Mike and Debbie and her grandchildren. She'd talk about them with pride and beamed whenever they visited her at work.

I was fortunate to work beside Sue for all those years. The employees and managers that Sue helped in her career were also blessed by her professional skills and by her humanity.

Sue made the world a better place for a lot of people. I'll always fondly remember the time and experiences we shared with the knowledge that Sue now enjoys the lasting peace she so richly has earned.

Thank you Sue for everything you have been and for all you have done for so many. Peace and love.