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Tracie Rae Andrews

September 30, 1974 until March 11, 2024

Tracie Rae Andrews

Tracie Rae (Bijolle) Andrews was born in Hollywood, Fla., on September 30, 1974, and lived her life helping others, until she passed away on March 11, 2024, in Fayetteville, AR, following a brief illness.

Tracie spent the majority of her nursing career with Hospice, caring for elderly patients in their final stages of life. She served seven years with Emerald Coach Hospice, in Crestview, Fla., and the final eight years with Circle of Life Hospice of Northwest Arkansas.

After spending the final 18 years of her life sober from alcohol, she dedicated her spare time to helping others recover from alcoholism. She touched the lives and enjoyed a common bond with several women throughout the Florida Panhandle and Northwest Arkansas.

Tracie enjoyed spending time with her family, embracing a close bond with each of her three kids, while traveling, exploring. and attending Arkansas Razorbacks games with her husband.

She had a fondness for her cats, Sundae, Susie and Jax. She loved watching humming birds at the feeder and spent many nights gazing at the beauty of the moon.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Lillian Ellis Huffine, her father, Donald Bijolle and her step-father Ted Huffine, as well as her sisters, Debbie and Terry, and her brother, Jerry.

She is survived by her husband of 28 years, Steve Andrews, her daughters, Jordyn and Baylee, and her son, CJ, all of Fayetteville, Ark. She is also survived by her sisters, Donna and Cathy, her nieces, Mylissa, Tiffany and Summer, and her nephews, Jason, Randy, Guy, Chris, Nathan and Jesse.

She also leaves behind many devout friendships with her sisters in recovery, as well as her many co-workers and extended family.

A memorial service will be held to celebrate Tracie’s life on Sunday, March 24, 2024, at 2:30 p.m., inside the fellowship hall at the Church of the Nazarene, 9 S. Cherry Street in Farmington, AR. The church is located behind Cronuts Donuts on Highway 62.

The service will be followed by a covered-dish pot-luck dinner, and all are welcome to attend.

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