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Frank Baker Andrews Jr. ’52

Published in Jan. 24, 2007, issue

Frank Andrews died Aug. 8, 2006, in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., after a battle with throat cancer. His memorial service was in St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Laguna Beach.

Frank came to us from Morgan Park High School in Chicago. His Princeton career was interrupted after freshman year by a stint in the Army. He returned to graduate in 1956 and then attended the University of Chicago Medical School, graduating in 1960.

His early medical training continued through the Army Medical Corps in hospitals in France, Germany, and the United States.

Frank left the Army in 1967 and settled into private practice of radiology in Laguna Beach. He was instrumental in founding the Breast Clinic for Early Diagnosis in Mission Viejo, and became known as a leader in the women’s health field in Southern California. Frank retired in 2000.

Frank remained in close contact with many friends and classmates, especially his old roommate Ed Gregory, and his faithful golfing partners, Jack Dodds, Tom Dosdall, and Jay Master.

He is survived by his wife, Jess; children Robert, Evelyn, and Jocelyn; and five grandchildren, to whom the class extends its deepest sympathy.

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