Andrea Thornberry Obituary, Death – Audrey L. Thornberry was born on November 11th, 1930 in the town of Pierceville, Indiana, to parents who went by the names Alex Schmaltz and Anna Schmaltz. Audrey L. Thornberry was named after her grandmother, who was named Audrey L. Thornberry. Audrey L. Thornberry was born to Alex Schmaltz and Anna Schmaltz, and she was their daughter. It had been exactly three years since she had been born when she passed away on June 24th, 2015, which was the date of her passing. She was the woman that Richard T. Thornberry had previously married, and the two of them were parents to a child together as a result of their union. Richard T. Thornberry is the father of the child she bore him. She had completed the necessary coursework to become a licensed practical nurse and had been working in that capacity for a significant amount of time while employed by the Little Sisters of the Poor.
She was qualified to work in the field as a licensed practical nurse because she held the appropriate certification. She is survived by her sister Viola Demaree, her daughter Denise Thornberry, her son Richard W. Thornberry (and his wife Diane), a granddaughter named Andrea Pierce, three grandsons named Matthew Smith, Michael (Stephanie) Thornberry, and Christopher (Allyson) Smith, three great-grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews. She is also survived by a number of great-grandchildren. In addition, she is survived by quite a few of her grandchildren’s children and grandchildren. In addition, she is survived by a sizeable number of children and grandchildren that her grandchildren have produced.
On Monday, June 29, 2015, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m., there will be a visitation held at Flanner and Buchanan-Oaklawn Memorial Gardens (Good Shepherd Chapel), immediately followed by a private family service that will take place at the same location. Both events will take place at the same location. Our family would like to express their gratitude to the medical professionals who work at Hickory Hall at Hoosier Village for the exceptional care that they provided to both of our family members, our mother, and our grandmother. Both of our family members are currently recovering from their illnesses. These wonderful people took care of both of our family members when they needed medical attention. Both of the members of our family who spent time living at the facility received this kind of care at some point during their stay there.