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Andrina Marie Law

March 5, 1984 - May 24, 2020

Andrina Marie Law, 36, went to be with the Lord on May 24, 2020. Andrina was born on March 5, 1984 in Gillette, Wyoming. She grew up in Desoto, KS where she was raised by her adoptive parents Richard and Carla Parker. She also enjoyed a close relationship with Dean and Janis Reeves, whom she considered to be parents as well.

Andrina graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelors Degree in Social Work. After a brief period as a social worker in Johnson County, Kansas, she wed Aaron Law and together they moved to their first duty station with the Navy in Pensacola, FL. It was in Pensacola that her family grew by one when her first child, Andrew, was born. Next came a brief period in Lemoore, CA, where she had her second child, Niah. Once again, the Navy called, and Andrina and her growing family moved across the country to Virginia Beach where her third child, Rachel, was born. Andrina was a steadfast mother and partner throughout multiple deployments and training exercises—even having her third child while Aaron was deployed.

Andrina enjoyed sewing, crafting, and spending time with her children. Summers in Virginia Beach were spent exploring new places and taking trips in the old RV that she and Aaron owned. She loved lighthouses and the beach. Her children remember that one of her favorite flowers were the dandelions that popped up in the yard, and they would often happily bring her fistfuls of them just to make her smile. She will be dearly missed.

Left to cherish her memory are her three children Andrew, Niah, and Rachel, along with their father, Aaron; her parents Richard and Carla Parker; her brothers Alan and Cecil; and numerous other family and friends.

Services will be private.

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