We are heartbroken to announce the loss of our beloved Noi, Susie Andrews (Ngoc Nguyen).
At the young age of 74, Susie passed onto her next life on Saturday, June 25, 2022 in her Orlando, Florida home where she had resided for the past 30 years. After battling cancer for 9 years, Susie is now at peace with God; she is deeply loved, revered, & missed by all who knew her.
Susie (Ngoc) was born in Vietnam on October 2, 1947, she lived her life as a Christian Buddhist, serving God & always taking care of others. Susie was a devoted Wife, Mother, & Noi (Grandmother/Great Grandmother). She cared for her Grandchildren as if they were her own children. She was and will remain the bravest, smallest, yet the toughest woman in our lives. Her love was larger than life; it flourished like the plants in her gardens. She was the most generous person you could ever meet and dedicated her life to those around her, making sure to always prepare for the future.
Mrs. Susie Andrews is survived by her loving husband of 48 years, William R. Andrews, Jr; her three sons, Trung Nguyen (Ti), Patrick J. Andrews, & Frank E. Andrews (Leigh); her eight Grandchildren, Andy Nguyen, Raven Dianne Andrews, Kyla Isis Andrews, Amber Nguyen, Ethan Kase Andrews, Jenna Andrews, Annabelle Grace Andrews, & Cash Eric Andrews; her Great Granddaughter, Dahlia Rae Schultz; her brother, Le T. Nguyen, Sister-in-law, My Hue Nguyen, & nephew David Nguyen. Susie had an extended family with many siblings & lifelong friends all over the world that she held in her heart as sisters & brothers.
Susie was a savvy businesswoman with successful endeavors in real estate & jewelry; she owned multiple small businesses including SA Jewelry & Family Jewelry. She consistently shared her knowledge & encouraged younger generations to embrace opportunities for education & to invest in the future.
Susie lived a full life & expressed gratitude openly. She was an unbelievable cook & will be remembered for her endless effort to make certain everyone had everything they needed. Above all, Susie was a spiritual, kind-hearted, beautiful woman who will never be forgotten. Our family is deeply grateful for all the time we had together.