Patricia Gail Andrew, 58, helped in family restaurants


Patricia Gail Andrew, who helped run her family's Anne Arundel County restaurants, died of a heart attack Tuesday at her Moravian Falls, N.C., home, where she moved in 1986. The former Glen Burnie resident was 58.

Born in Baltimore and raised in Pimlico, she was a 1962 graduate of Mount St. Agnes High School, where she later attended college.

She kept the books and ran the personnel department of several family-owned businesses, including the Bon-Fire Drive In in Gambrills and Lancer's Pub in Linthicum.

After her marriages to Michael Jester and Meyer Bernstein ended in divorce, Miss Andrew returned to her maiden name.

Services were held yesterday in Moravian Falls.

Survivors include her fiancee, Dean Minton of Moravian Falls; a son, Michael Bernstein of Atlanta; two daughters, Barbara B. Wolsey of Baltimore and Patricia Pittman of Gambrills; and four grandchildren.

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