Rev. Emerson Brooks Andrews

June 9, 1922December 12, 2013

Rev. Emerson Brooks Andrews Of Jackson departed to his new Heavenly Home Thursday December 12, 2013 age 91. He was born in Arthur, Ohio on June 9, 1922 and lived a full life and touched many hearts along the way. He was a Servant of God, Archway Cookie Distributor, special policeman, scuba diver, hunter and fisherman. He served honorably in WWII and was very proud of his service to his country and was featured in a special interview with WWII historian, Larry Martin (In Their Own Words) through the Jackson District Library. He was very much loved by his family and friends and will be greatly missed. Preceded in death by his loving wife Gloria, parents John and Helen, brothers Harold and Eddie, infant brother Glen and sister Lucille. Survived by his children John (Petra) Andrews, Diana Parks, Carole (Allen) Gittere, David (Nancy) Andrews, Jim (Kathy) Andrews and Gloria (Tom) Rose and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. A special thanks to all his caregivers at Allegiance Health, CareLink, Jackson County Medical Care, Tom and Gloria, Diana, Sarah and Thomas for working so hard with so much love to make him comfortable, may God bless you always. A celebration of his life will held at Apostolic Outreach Center 807 Longfellow Ave. Jackson, Tuesday December 17, 2013 at 12:00 P.M. with Pastor Scott Eberle officiating. Private burial Roseland Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home Monday 6-8 P.M. and at the church Tuesday 11:00 A.M. until time of service. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Apostolic Outreach Center.


  • Visitation Monday, December 16, 2013

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Nancy Strous- Avery

January 9, 2014

U will always hold a special place in my heart. U may be gone but never forgotten. I love u

Irma Ojeda

January 2, 2014

Just fond out so very sorry Uncle Eiddie and family

Sharon Hulbert,Baumgardner

December 31, 2013

I remember this wonderful man from so many,many years ago. Diane was one of my best friends and was we play at her place or downstairs at Gramma Andrews banging on her piano. In later years I would see Brooks and he remembered me from long ago. It was a joy to always talk with him. I so remember the Archway cookies and donuts and of course his Archway truck.Heaven has gained a wonderful man and he is with his beautiful wife now. Brooks may you rest in peace and know you will always be remembered with wonderful thoughts.

John Truszkowski

December 19, 2013

RIP Uncle Brooks

Patty Bryant

December 17, 2013

Bro. Brooks Andrews

He was a great man, and a wonderful man of God.
He served his country well, and he served God with all his heart!
I believe he touched the lives of everyone he knew. I know he touched mine.
He was always so sweet and kind, so cheerful and encouraging.
He always had a smile on his face for everyone.
He would shake my hand, and say "You know God is so good!"
Yes, God is so good Bro. Brooks, and you were such a good man of God.
You were a beautiful example of Gods love for everyone to see.
It is a blessing, and a great honor to have known you.
I love you Bro. Brooks!
God bless you always!!!
May our dear Lord bless your family, and comfort their hearts over the pain of losing you.
May they hold onto their wonderful memories of a great man of God, an awesome Grandpa, Great Grandpa, Dad, Pastor, Friend.
You were so much to so many.
You will be greatly missed, and always loved!

Patricia Partin

December 17, 2013

Pastor Brooks, You will be sorely missed. My heart is sad and happy at the same time. I know that you are in Heaven walking the streets of gold and with our Lord Jesus Christ. You will never be forgotten but always will be missed!
Patricia (Schuette) Partin

Bruce Porter

December 17, 2013

Brooks, may your memory be eternal.

Steven Rice

December 16, 2013

From one soldier to another, Thank you Brother Andrews for your service to your country and for your service to bring the word of God. Speaking with you about your time in service and your experiences with God impressed upon me to continue on my own path with God, but to also continue worshiping with the congregation at Apostolic Outreach Center. May God continue to Bless & comfort your family as they mourn your passing. Let them take great comfort at knowing you now dwell in the House of the Lord. Peace to you Brother and Peace & comfort to your family. Until we meet again, God Bless You all.

Susan Hill

December 16, 2013

Thinking of You with love and admiration
Uncle Brooks.
Susan (Weakley) Hill

Bonnie Sauls

December 16, 2013

My Uncle Brooks was the salt of the earth. Growing up with him has left lasting wonderful memories of Church and holidays with my Grandma Andrews and roller skating with Him, Aunt Gloria and all my Cousins...what fun we had.
Rest in Peace.

Bonnie (Andrews) Sauls