Roxann Rae Dandrow

August 17, 1953October 29, 2021

Roxann R. Dandrow, age 68, passed away Friday, October 29, 2021. She was preceded in death by her parents Howard and Mary Jane Northrop; siblings Clark Northrop, Ryal Northrop, Donna Tanner, Forrest Northrop, Leonard Northrop, and Robert Northrop. She will be deeply missed by siblings Marsha (Bill) Pettersen, Stanley (Kristi) Northrop; and many nieces, nephews, extended family, and friends.

Roxie loved to visit with friends and family and could make a friend wherever she went.

Per her wishes, cremation has taken place. In memory of Roxie and in lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Humane Society of West Michigan. The family welcomes memories and messages in their guest book online at


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Roxann Rae Dandrow

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Dianne Cameron

November 17, 2021

Whomever quoted that time heals all wounds obviously never met you Roxie. If anything, it hurts more.
I told you that day to "Get Your Ass In The Car I'm Taking You to E.R".
I never imagined you would never come back home.
We all miss you so much. It's not the same without you.
I miss you so much. Never again will I hear your "not so very quite" voice yell up to my apartment.
Not caring what anyone thought.

Dianne Cameron

November 17, 2021

God damnit Roxie, I miss you 😢
I started my day yesterday as I always do~
I rinsed out all the returnables, needless to say, My Son drank a 12pack of pop himself!!
I ALWAYS do it though because I love you. And quite frankly, your a loveable, spoiled brat.
Took them downstairs to put on you're patio table.
I don't know what to say.
There was no Kaley. Barking like a mad dog as I egged her on.
You in the background, not knowing I'm the reason for her uproar.
I could hear your voice Roxie.
Threatening her with everything in the book. Yet knowing, never would you do except shower her withvLOVES!
Roxie, there was no Kaley.
There was no fake threats from your overpowering voice.
That's when it hit me....
There was to be no more pop can ritual 🤬😢
What did I do with all those cans?
I threw them all in the trash.
In case your wondering, the trash man just emptied the bin.
There going to the trash pile in the sky. PLEASE, don't forget to get them this morning My Friend. LOVE &MISS YOU 💖

Good thing for Tylenol & "as seen on TV with Richie Bags, Dermaplast!!

Brittany Jackson

November 2, 2021

You were a fun, free spirited, loving person. I wish I would have came and visited you more. You'll always be in my heart ❤

Debbie Brenner

November 2, 2021

Roxie you we're such amazing friend. I can't even begin to tell how much I'm going to miss you. Someday we will meet again at the beautiful place we talked about. Love you 🌹

Laurie Zeeryp

November 2, 2021

You will always be remembered as that fun outgoing person that I can remember as my adopted “Aunt Roxie” since I was little! Bless you! Aloha till we meet again

Pat Schaefer

November 1, 2021

Roxie we meant when we first started to work at the Casino,you where so out going, friendly,hard worker, everyone Loved you.You definitely made the world a better place a happier place with that big beautiful smile of yours a smile that will be missed by us all. I hope you fly high Roxy enjoy heaven . PS on a side note if you happened to run into a Rich Schaefer
it's okay if you hang with him.Love You honey.

Susan Wisniewski-Bush

November 1, 2021

Oh Rox, 47 years of knowing you. Just started seeing you around again the last couple years. You ALWAYS made me laugh. Rest sweetly dear one.