Mason Andrews Biography
Died At Age: 87
Sun Sign: Aries
Born in: Norfolk
Famous as: Physician
Spouse/Ex-: Sabine Alston Goodman Andrews
children: Jean, Mason
place of death: Johns Hopkins University, Princeton University, Matthew Fontaine Maury High School
U.S. State: Virginia
City: Norfolk, Virginia
Mason Cooke Andrews, born in Norfolk, was indeed a man of high standards. With a perfectly set routine for his life, he was able to achieve most of what he had planned for the welfare and the development of the community. Andrews’s remarkable dedication to community service even outweighed his interest in education and medicine. It is said that at times he would focus on nothing else but what was meant to be the best for Norfolk. The person responsible for the transformation of this waterfront area into a busy entertainment and retail place was none other than Mason C. Andrews. His profession as a doctor, outlook of a civil activist and the attitude of a councilman was hugely appreciated and successfully to instilled a respect among the people around him. Scroll further and learn more about his profile and timeline.
MASON ANDREWS TIMELINE
Mason C. Andrews was born.
Taught Obstetrics and Gynecology at John’s Hopkins University.
Provided services at the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce and also at the Health Welfare and Recreation Planning Council.
New medical school and Eastern Virginia Medical Center authority took shape.
Andrews was the chairman of the Eastern Virginia Medical Center.
Andrews aided the Norfolk City Council.
28 December, Elizabeth Carr, America’s first test-tube baby was successfully delivered by in-vitro fertilization in United States.
Served as the mayor of Norfolk.
13 October, Mason Andrews passed away.
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