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Patrick H. McAndrew
Colonel, United States Army
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COLONEL PATRICK H. MCANDREW
Retired Army Surgeon, 78, Was Brother of Pershing Ex-Aide

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, March 1, 1946 – Colonel Patrick H. McAndrew, who retired in 1928 after thirty years’ service in the Army Medical Corps, died here yesterday in his apartment at the Sheraton Hotel.  His age was 78.

Born at Hawley, Wayne County, Pennsylvania, Colonel McAndrew was graduated from Manhattan College in New York and the University of Pennsylvania Medical School, class of 1893.  he practiced medicine in Scranton before becoming an Army Surgeon during the Spanish-American War.  He also saw service on the Mexican Border and in World War I.

Colonel McAndrew was a brother of the late Major General James W. McAndrew, who was Chief of Staff to General John J. Pershing in World War I, and the last Msgr. Richard A. McAndrew of Wilkes-Barre.

He leaves four children, Mrs. L. J. Greeley of Spokane, Washington; Major T. R. McAndrew, now in Manila; Miss Mary E. McAndrew of Washington, and Lieutenant Catherine K. McAndrew, who in on terminal leave having served in France as an Army dietitian, and two sisters, Mrs. John Creighton of Montclair, New Jersey, and Mrs. Thomas Howley of Dunmore, Pennsylvania.


MCANDREW, PATRICK H
COL MED CORPS USA RET
DATE OF DEATH: 02/28/1946
BURIED AT: SECTION SOUTH  SITE 4128-A
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

MCANDREW, AMELIA GENEVIEVE W/O PATRICK H
DATE OF BIRTH: 08/14/1877
DATE OF DEATH: 12/28/1945
BURIED AT: SECTION SOUTH  SITE 4128-A
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

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Posted: 7 January 2008