Celebrating the life of

Elizabeth Ann (Ford) Andrews

September 13, 1950 - August 25, 2022

Elizabeth Ann (Ford) Andrews

Elizabeth Ann (Ford) Andrews passed away at home on Thursday, August 25th, 2022, surrounded by her family. “Lizzie” was born on September 13th, 1950, in Savannah, GA to Maggie T. (Pace) and James P. Ford was the middle child. She loved spending time with her family. Elizabeth graduated from Jenkins High School in 1968, eventually going to work for the telephone company, later working at East Coast Terminal as an Executive Assistant until her retirement. Her coworkers knew her as a kind and funny person, bringing life to the workplace. She was an avid bowler, bowling many years in a bowling league. She also loved spending time with her furry friends. She did not meet an animal that she did not love. Elizabeth was a long-time member of Epworth United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Arthur Andrews; her parents, James P. Ford and Maggie T. Pace; and her brothers, James E. Ford Sr. and Ernest W. Ford.

She is survived by her sisters Kathy (Mike) M. Rackley and Sandra A. Williams, and numerous loving nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel on Monday, August 29th from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m., with a memorial service at 5:00 p.m. with Reverend Nathan Godley leading the service.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Humane Society. 7215 Sallie Mood Dr, Savannah, GA 31406



I am so sorry to hear of Elizabeth's passing. Please accept my prayers and condolences for your family.

- Vicki Hotchkiss Garrett, Pooler, GA

Liz was something prays are with all of ya

- Delores James, Pembroke, Georgia

A candle has been lit!

I’m so sorry for y’all’s loss. Praying for comfort during this time.

- Sheree Hagan, Vidalia, GA

My heart is broken. What a precious friend and person Liz was. We had many good times at work and out of work. She was considered a family member to us. My children adored her. May God wrap his arms around her forever and ever.

- Cindy Griffin Cartwright , Fernandina, Fl

Out hearts are broken to hear about your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family my dear sweet friend !

- Shelton Calvert and Debra Boyles , Brooklet , Georgia

I am heartbroken to hear this news of Aunt Liz. I loved her so very much and have such wonderful memories of her babysitting us and being spoiled! And in SEMCO office again she would let us play at her desk and get us snacks! Her Christmas fudge was the best! Aunt Liz will be missed so very much. Sending prayers for the family.

- Vicki Lord, WOODSTOCK, GA

Remembering dear Elizabeth from our years together at Juliette Low Elementary School, and my rejoining at Jenkins High School, Class of 1968. She was such a delight - sweet, kind & funny. Having known Arthur through these years also, I was so happy to know that they had found each other as true companions. But, in these moments of loss, words are useless. May God rest her sweet soul. May peace be with her, her family and loved ones. God bless.

- Carolyn Sheehan, Tybee Island, GA

To Elizabeth’s family, I was deeply sorry to hear of Elizabeth’s passing. She was one of my classmates from Jenkins class of 68. She and I talked a while back about rehoming 2 greyhounds of her neighbors . I learned what a caring animal lover she was. I send Deepest Sympathies at this difficult time. Elizabeth will be greatly missed. The next school reunion will not be the same without her there. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Deepest Sympathies, Donna Sturgess Stewart

- Donna Sturgess Stewart, Palmetto , Ga

Liz was always a kind person to all. She was always sending a prayers and kind words to me during my illnesses. She was also very kind to my family when my youngest daughter was injured in a very serious accident and we almost her. She was always upbeat and positive. She will be missed but is in a better place.

- John Gill, Myrtle Beach , SC

Liz was always a kind person to all. She was always sending a prayers and kind words to me during my illnesses. She was also very kind to my family when my youngest daughter was injured in a very serious accident and we almost her. She was always upbeat and positive. She will be missed but is in a better place.

- John Gill, Myrtle Beach , SC

Prayers and are with Ms. Liz's family and friends. She will be truly missed. She always had a smile on her face and made me laugh at East Coast Terminal. She new her job inside and out before retiring. I will miss our talks on the phone.

- Kara Szydlowski , Savannah , Georgia

Such sad news. What a sweetheart. "Aunt Liz", that's all I ever knew her as, and she will always be that.

- Jay Griffin, Greensboro, NC

I am so heartbroken to here of Aunt Liz! She was so sweet and kind! She and my Mom used to work at Peeples & Semco. Sometimes I got to work with Mom I was excited to see my Aunt Liz! She would give me snacks and let me use her typewriter! It was always fun to go! I remember every Christmas she would make fudge and send home with Mom! Aunt Liz you were a lovely lady inside & outside! RIP Aunt Liz! God speed and I know will have special place for you in heaven!!

- Brenda ONeal , Savannah , Georgia

Liz was an angel before she left us. What a spirit! I was so truly inspired by Liz and will miss her forever

- Claire Malonson Fry, Savannah, GA

Very sorry!

- John G Hunter, Savannah, Georgia

I was sad to hear that Liz gained her Angel Wings. We met in 1997 thru business and continued a friendship over the years. We shared many laughs, our love for animals and bowled together for several years. She always had a smile to share, I will miss you my Sweet friend...

- sandra tribbett, Savannah, GA

Mrs. Mike, our hearts break for you. Sending you and your family our love and condolences. We will continue to keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

- Buddy and Charisma Underwood, Guyton, GA

Rest in peace Liz, you deserve it! God Bless.

- Jack Fitzgerald, Nevils, GA

Our thoughts and prayers are with Elizabeth’s family. She was a warm, valued friend who always had a smile and kind word. She will be greatly missed. Jimmy and Karen Traver

- Jimmy and Karen Traver, Aurora , Colorado

May God Bless their Family. She was a sweet wonderful person.

- David Denmark, ocoee, Florida

Phil & I are so very sorry for your loss. She was a grand friend and a great neighbor. We had grown apart in recent years due to both of us moving away from the old neighborhood. She was always kind and decent to everyone. She will be missed.

- Vicki & Phil, Port Wentworth, GA

To the family of Elizabeth, I am so sorry to hear of the death of Elizabeth. I spent many years as one of this precious girl's classmates. She was someone I was always glad to be around. She was an easy, sweet, kind and bright soul. I can remember how so many of us were delighted that she and Arthur fell in love. I last saw Elizabeth when our class took a photo at the original Jenkins High School. That was the day before the building was torn down to make way for the newest school. Ah- times do change. I am thankful that I was raised with such dear people and Elizabeth was certainly quite dear to all. I will think of her often. The photo of Elizabeth and Arthur that you chose for this obituary is just lovely. Gail Brown Rountree, Savannah, Ga.

- Gail Rountree, Savannah, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel