Elmer Timothy Andrews Jr.
July 3, 1935 – May 2, 2021
Elmer Timothy Andrews Jr., age 85, of St. Clair Shores, MI, passed away on Sunday, May 2, 2021, in Mt Clemens. Elmer was born July 3, 1935 in Harbor Beach, MI, to Elmer & Ethel (Haggert) Andrews. He married Jacqueline Lee Andrews on October 24, 1970, she passed on May 15, 2016.
Elmer is survived by children; D. Timothy (Brenda) Arnold, Barbara (Don) Cochran, John (Mary) Arnold, Sue (Pat) Carlo, James (Mary) Arnold & Janet (Matt) Fouchey, grandchildren; Dj (Star), Michelle (Mark), Lisa (Dan) Donald (Nicole), Jennifer (Justin), Christopher (Jennifer), Bernadette (Josh), Jennifer (Jason), Victoria (Samir), Anthony (Alicia), Daniel, James, Jason, Kristina (Mitchal), Valerie (Eddie), great grandchildren; Michael, Matthew, Jason, William, AnnaBelle, Jaylin, Ethan, Ashley, Olin, Angelina, Cameron, Malick, Ayden, Jaxon, Alyssa, Eddie III, several nieces and nephews. Elmer was preceded in death by his wife Jacqueline, his parents, children; Judy Arnold & Kenneth Arnold, and Grandson Matthew Skoda.
Elmer attended Harbor Beach Schools, Class of 1953 and Maryland University in data processing from 1962-1968. He served as MSG (E8) and retired from the United States Army, from April 11, 1958 to October 1981. A former Combat Engineer with the US Army from April 12, 1956 to April 11, 1958. He later retired from Henry Ford Hospital as a Production Analyst from April 11, 1984 to July 3, 2000
A Visitation will be held Sunday, May 9, 2021 from 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, MI 48066. Burial with Honors will be Monday, May 10, 2021 from 12:00PM at Christian Memorial Cultural Center, 521 E. Hamlin Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48307.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.kaul-fh.net for the Andrews family.
- Jacqueline Lee Andrews, Wife (deceased)
- D. Timothy (Brenda) Arnold, Barbara (Don) Cochran, John (Mary) Arnold, Sue (Pat) Carlo, James (Mary ) Arnold & Janet (Matt) Fouchey, Children
- Dj (Star), Michelle (Mark), Lisa (Dan), Donald (Nicole), Jenniger (Justin), Christopher (Jennifer), Bernadette (Josh), Jennifer (Jason), Victoria (Samir), Anthony (Alicia), Daniel, James, Jason, Kristine (Mitchal) & Valerie (Eddie), Grandchildren
- Michael, Matthew, Jason, William, Annabelle, Jaylin, Ethan, Ashley, Olin, Angelina, Cameron, Malick, Ayden, Jaxon, Alyssa, Eddie III, Great Grandchildren
- Judy Arnold & Kenneth Allen Arnold, Children (deceased)
- Mathew, Grandson (deceased)
- Elmer & Ethel (Haggert) Andrews, Parents (deceased)
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Monday, May 10, 2021
Elmer Timothy Andrews Jr.
May 8, 2021
A daughter could not ask for such a good father. You supported me through my whole life.all through the good times,bad times in my life decisions. You n mom gave me a good childhood all in general a good life. You n mom are precious yous will never be forgotten n I will cherish all the memories n forever hold them in my heart. I know you are no longer suffering. But the pain of you no longer here will always be here but the joy of you as my father will never be forgotten.You are now free.May you rest in peace n fly free. I love you dad. Forever in my heart,your daughter Janet
Michael Naber MD
May 7, 2021
I had the pleasure and honor to be Jackie and Elmers primary care physician for decades . They were both indicative of the strength of America . So nice ,friendly , appreciative , genuine , trusting , positive and giving of themselves to those around them . It is very important for me to realize that they had ultimate trust in me and I in them . So thankful to be their Doctor . May they both Rest In Peace .
May 5, 2021
I didn't get to meet Val's grandpa but I feel I meet him the way she talked about him. My sympathies go out to the family . Fly high ...
Fran and Tom Rentz
May 4, 2021
Tim was married to Tom’s cousin Jackie. In 1972, Tom was already stationed in Germany, when Tim got orders for Germany as well. Since Tom worked at headquarters, he arranged for Tim to be assigned to the same base in Heidelberg. Tim and Jackie were a huge help as Fran was expecting our second child. It was a great comfort to have family so close when we were so far from home. We shared many good times together. Rest In Peace “Sarge”.