Andrea True

Inger Kissin, Singe Low, Sandra Lips, Andrea Travis, and Catherine Warren.
Birth Name:
Andrea Marie Truden
Birth Date:
July 26, 1943
Birth Place:
Nashville, Tennessee
Death Date:
November 7, 2011
Place of Death:
Kingston, New York
Cause of Death:
Congestive heart failure
Cemetery Name:
Calvary Cemetery
Claim to Fame:
Andrea True was a porn star turned pop singer who recorded a classic hit of the disco era, "More, More, More,"

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

Calvary Cemetery

10000 Miles Road

Cleveland, Ohio, 44105


North America


Grave Location:

Section 34, Lot 275, Grave 2

Grave Location Description

Section 34 is just to the side of back residential entrance. From the road look for the large “Rice” memorial and Andrea True can be found just to the left.

Grave Location GPS

41.4414301424855, -81.60444750



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