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Dolores R. Andrews, 93, of Conrad MT formerly of Malta MT passed away peacefully October 11th 2017 at the Pondera Medical Center of natural causes.

    Rosary will be 7:00 P.M., Sunday, October 15 at the Kirkwood Memorial Chapel. Mass will be 10:00 A.M., Monday, October 16 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Interment will be in the Malta Cemetery. The luncheon will follow at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Condolences for the family may be left at www.kirkwoodfuneralhome.com.

    Dolores was born November 7th 1923 to Frank and Mary Fuchs in Idaho. She married William Andrews in November of 1949. They ran a successful farm Northwest of Loring MT for 36 years where they raised their 3 children. They moved to Malta in 1985, where she was a library assistant for the Malta Elementary School for 11 years. Dolores was an avid gardener competing in the Phillips county fair with her produce and flowers for many years. She enjoyed playing cards with all of her friends and family. She was an animal lover that had an amazing connection with all dogs. In 2015 she moved to Conrad MT to be closer to her children. She was an amazing woman who could always put a smile on your face without trying. She thoroughly enjoyed spending time with family and friends.

    She is survived by her three children, Diane Andrews of Havre MT, Paul (Peggy) Andrews of East Missoula MT, and Ernie Andrews of Conrad MT, 6 grandchildren, and numerous other family members and friends.

    She was preceded in death by her parents Frank and Mary Fuchs, 2 brothers Kenneth Fuchs and Carol Fuchs, 1 sister Marlene Fuchs, her beloved husband William Andrews, and a Daughter in law Rita Andrews. She will be greatly missed by all.


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From: Sharon Kindle

Delores was a joy to be around; from just visiting and admiring her flowers and garden to traveling with her in the WIFE organization. She held offices at the local and district level and whatever she took on, she was informed.
One truly great lady. Always had a smile for everyone.


From: Esther Ruud

My sincere sympathy to each of the family .

Dolores was truly a great lady. She was a joy to be around. Yes, we really valued her in the WIFE organization, she was not only a hard worker, but she was a very dependable worker.

Those of us who knew Dolores were not happy to see her move to Conrad, but we knew she would be happiest near her family.

What nice memories Dolores has left all of us.


From: Claire & John Wendland

Diane-So sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. You and your family have lost an important matriarch! May the meaningful and happy memories you share bring you much comfort in the days ahead. Mother's hold a special place in our lives forever. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. God grant you strength and peace in the days and weeks ahead. Your friend-Claire


From: Cindy Henderson

Ernie, Rahn, Lacy, BillieJo, Paul, Diane & family,
Sorry for the loss of your dear mother, grandmother, it is a loss that is never easy, no matter when or why it happens. I have you in my thoughts and PRAYERS. HUG each other today is here but tomorrow is never promised.
Thinking of you,
Cindy






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