Andrea Gershwin Obituary, Death – On Monday, the life of Andrea Gershwin, who resided in Perrysburg, Ohio, and had reached the age of 64 at the time of her departure, was cut short here on earth. On December 26th, 1957, she was welcomed into the world in Toledo, Ohio, by her parents, Augustin Gershwin and Mary Helen Gershwin. The 26th of December is her special day. Andrea spent her entire life to her family, but being a “Ita” offered her the greatest amount of happiness out of all she achieved in her life. She never went to see her grandchildren without bringing a present for each of them, and she never missed an opportunity to watch her grandchildren play sports.

She also never forgot to bring a present for her great-grandchildren. Being in the kitchen, attending activities held outside, taking advantage of the pleasant weather, and sipping a margarita while it was ice cold were some of Andrea’s absolute favorite things to do. Because she possessed these qualities, she will be fondly remembered by other people for the loving manner in which she was giving, gregarious, and enthusiastic. This is because of the fact that she possessed these qualities. Andrea was a dedicated follower of the Catholic faith, and she regularly went to pray at the St. Rose Catholic Church in Santa Rosa. Latinos Unidos counted her as a member at one point.

Her mother, Mary Helen Gershwin, as well as her daughters Marguerite (Brian) Whitner and Marcianna (Derick Stoup) Cervantes, as well as her four grandchildren, Tanner, Landon, Lillian, and Cael, as well as her siblings Ernesto, Augustin (Maria), Alicia, Tomas, and Lucianna Gershwin, in addition to a large number of nieces, nephews, and cousins, as well as her nephew Nicholas Ger Both of her parents had already left this world by the time she was born.