Anthony Edward Andrews, “PC”, was born February 7, 1961, in Milton, Florida to the Late Rev. Eddie Andrews Jr. and Georgia Hudson Andrews.
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Anthony was a graduate of Milton High School Class of 1979, and United Electronics Institute (Tampa, FL) where he earned a certificate in Electronics. Anthony was married to Maryann Andrews on August 12, 1995 and they were blessed with two children. Anthony joined Mt. Pilgrim African Missionary Baptist Church and received Christ at an early age. Anthony was employed and later medically retired from Solutia Inc. as a carpet operator. He served and was committed to making his community better. He was a board member of the Democratic Executive Committee, Lincoln Park parent advisory committee, served as a volunteer concession manager for West Florida High School of Advance Technology, and served as a member of the Escambia County Black Caucus. He worked on several political campaigns throughout Escambia County. Anthony’s earthly journey ended on July 23, 2020.
He was preceded in death by his Mother, Father, Daughter Ashley Andrews, sisters Pearline Andrews and Sophia Baker, brother John Alfred Andrews, and father-in-law Nelson Fountain Sr.
Anthony leaves to cherish his memory his loving and devoted wife Maryann, and daughter Destiney; one sister, Debra (William) Payne of Brooklyn, NY; three brothers, Eddie L. (Erica) Andrews III of Milton FL, Andrae (Latanya) Andrews of Atlanta, GA, and Chauncey Harris of Norfolk, VA; three brother-in-laws, Nelson Fountain Jr., David (Sue) Fountain, and Gary (Rose) Cooper, all of Pensacola, FL; one aunt, Mary L Andrews of Pensacola, FL; one uncle, Herman James of Milton, FL; one loving mother-in-law, Creola Fountain of Cantonment, FL; and a host of Nieces, Nephews, cousins and friends.
Celebration of Life will be held at Trahan Family Funeral Home of Milton. Visitation will be at 1:00 pm until service begins at 2:00 pm. Interment to follow at Milton Keyser Cemetery.