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2643 Old Bridge Rd
MANASQUAN, NJ 08736
Phone: (732) 528-5500
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Robert Andrews

Robert Wallace Andrews

Sunday, July 29th, 1923 - Sunday, April 26th, 2020
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Robert W. Andrews, 96, passed away in Moorestown, NJ on April 26th. Born in Philadelphia, Robert grew up in Drexel Hill before going to West Chester University. He was a WW II veteran and served 2 years in Hawaii as a telegraph operator and a trumpet player in the Officer's Band. Upon returning to college, he completed his degree at West Chester. He then continued his education and graduated from Columbia University with his Master's degree in musical education. He spent most of his life in Manasquan and was a teacher for 36 years in Freehold Borough. During his career, he taught music and science. After he retired, he drove a limousine for many years. He enjoyed driving, photography and politics. His love of music continued all his life, but more than anything he was devoted to his family and his faith. Before moving out of the area, he was an active member of Community Bible Church.

Robert is predeceased by his wife of 69 years, Virginia (nee Goslee). Surviving are his son, Robert W. Andrews Jr. and his wife, Mary and his daughter, Susan Ezzi, and her husband, Rick. His 9 grandchildren and their spouses and his 15 great-grandchildren were his pride and joy.

Arrangements were under the care of Orender Family Home for Funerals, Manasquan, NJ. Interment took place at Greenwood Cemetery, Brielle. To send condolences to the family please visit www.orenderfamilyhomehome.net.
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Chris Velasco

Posted at 10:16pm
I had Mr Andrews for 5th grade and except for the one time that I had to stay after school to clap the erasers for talking in class, he was a great teacher. I remember one thing that he told us and this was from his experience working on the beach in Manasquan. A person will feel cooler in the summer heat if they wear a light-colored long sleeve shirt and pants. And I remember him wearing that outfit and a red hat while checking badges, too. My memories of his class always make me smile. God Bless him and the long life he lead.
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Ed Freeman

Posted at 02:06pm
I thank you Bob and Ginny for selling us your lot in Manasquan. It gave us, a young couple at the time a chance to start a family. We have lived here now 37 years and we have 3 children and 5 grandchildren and still remember having you as great neighbors. I know that you are now sharing your time with Jesus. Well done good and faithful servants. Fondly, Ed & Maureen Freeman.

Cora Janson

Posted at 03:37pm
Mr. Andrews taught me to play the clarinet. I know I frustrated him sometimes because I never got the hang of counting time, I always played by ear. Whenever I hear Pomp and Circumstance, I am reminded of him because all I can 'hear' is the second clarinet notes to play. Cora Evans Janson
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