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After her military service, Johnnie H. Andrews returned to Pennsylvania. She was the wife of Davis Brundidge. She was an active member of the LeGrand Social Club and served as the organization's secretary. In 1961, she ran unsuccessfully for the Inspector of Election for the First Ward in Ford City, PA. She was employed at Big River Manufacturing. Johnnie H. Andrews Brundidge died in Kittanning, PA, and is buried in Ford City Cemetery.
Sources: see Johnnie H. Andrews Brundidge at Find A Grave; U.S. Veteran Compensation Application Files, WWII (Ancestry); see Johnnie Brundidge in the article "Hand and Kendra to battle for Ford City Burgess post," Daily Leader-Times (Kittanning, PA), 04/17/1961, p.4; see Johnnie Brundidge Obituary at Legacy.com.
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“Brundidge, Johnnie H. Andrews,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed January 18, 2022, https://nkaa.uky.edu/nkaa/items/show/300004491.
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