Joyce Ann Meyers Andrick, 84, of Warrenton, passed away on October 18, 2017.
She was born May 14, 1933, in Rensselaer, Ind.
Mrs. Andrick had been a real estate broker/agent for 33 years and last worked for Coldwell Banker. In her younger years, she was employed by the FBI as a fingerprint analyst, then transferring to secretary to the assistant director. Later, Mrs. Andrick worked as a congressional secretary. She had many talents, which included sewing many of the clothes that her children wore in their younger years. She was an outstanding bridge player (playing in the Fauquier County Duplicate Bridge Club ACBL District 6) ranking 12th in the world out of 32,000 pairs with her bridge partner in the ACBL’s International Fund game in June 2010.
Even though Alzheimer’s had robbed Mrs. Andrick of her memory, she was still able to play the piano, including the songs she grew up with, playing them effortlessly. She would entertain the residents and staff at Fauquier Health Rehabilitation and Nursing Center up until the time of her passing. The family thanks the staff for their wonderful care and embracing her as family.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul W. Andrick; a brother, Elwin Meyers, and a sister, Velma Meyers.
Survivors include a son, Paul W. Andrick Jr and wife Susan of Culpeper; two daughters, Amy Inskeep and husband Jim of Rapidan and Carla Manning and husband, James of Virginia Beach; a sister, Barbara Marshall of Indianapolis, Ind.; five grandchildren, Lauren McMillian and husband Vail, Tracey Pullen and husband A.J., Bethany Campbell and husband Brandon, Phillip Inskeep and wife Jennifer and Jacob Inskeep, and two great-grandchildren, Kara and Reagan.
The service will be private.
Online condolences may be offered at www.moserfuneralhome.com