Leak Memory Chapel

945 Lincoln Road, Montgomery, AL


Joe Randall Andrew

16 August, 19476 February, 2020

Joe Randall Andrew, age 72, of Montgomery, Alabama passed away on Thursday February 6, 2020. Joe was born August 16, 1947 in Dothan, Alabama to Gene Andrew and Pierce Andrew. Joe is survived by his wife, Ginger Morris Andrew; daughter Lesley Virginia Andrew; daughter Jordan Rae Gaines (Austin); and son Emory Randall Andrew; grandchild Peyton Landon, grandchild Annika Main, grandchild Kaelyn Main, grandchild Emmylou Gaines, grandchild Townes McRae Gaines and great grandchild Kaleeya Landon. Joe was preceded in death by; father Pierce Andrew and mother Gene Andrew; brother Jim Andrew. A visitation for Joe will be held Tuesday, February 11, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Eastmont Baptist Church, Montgomery, AL. Following the visitation will be a celebration of life memorial service at 11:00 AM. A graveside service is set for Wednesday, February 12 at 11:00 am in Sunset Memorial Gardens of Geneva, Alabama. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Montgomery Humane Society or the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.Leak-MC.com for the Andrew family.


  • Ginger Morris Andrew, Wife
  • Lesley Virginia Andrew, Daughter
  • Jordan Rae Gaines (Austin), Daughter
  • Emory Randall Andrew, Son
  • Peyton Landon, Grandchild
  • Annika Main, Grandchild
  • Kaelyn Main, Grandchild
  • Emmylou Gaines, Grandchild
  • Townes McRae Gaines, Grandchild
  • Kaleeya Landon, Great Grandchild
  • Pierce Andrew, Father (deceased)
  • Gene Andrew, Mother (deceased)
  • Jim Andrew, Brother (deceased)


  • Visitation Tuesday, 11 February , 2020
  • Celebration of Life Memorial Service Tuesday, 11 February , 2020
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, 12 February , 2020


Joe Randall Andrew

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William Wall

February 13, 2020

When I was coordinator is student assistance for the state of Alabama, I worked with Joe to provide opportunities for MAX customers. What a joy to work with Joe, who provided help to me in becoming a MAX customer. My prayers for his family. We all miss our friend, Joe.

Paul E Burkett

February 12, 2020

One of the greatest enjoyable fellas to fellowship with...Godspeed brother and friend Joe Andrew

Janice Hadley

February 11, 2020

I already posted once.
I wanted to tell the family I am sorry I was unable to stand in line to sign the book or see Joe. I will continue to keep you all in my prayers.

K.J. Harp

February 10, 2020

Joe and me served together many years in the army guard.Enjoy talking to him at gun shows.We had many laughs over the years.Rest in peace.

Sonya Beniot

February 10, 2020

I didn't know Joe for very long, but I admired his love for singing in the church choir,it touched my heart to see him sing to God.Joe struggled to sing when he was in the wheel chair he sat by the stage and when he couldn't sing a note he wept it hurt his ❤️ so that he couldn't sing.I admired his love,faith in Jesus.My deepest condolences to the family and friends.

Larry Boese

February 10, 2020


So sorry to hear about Joe's passing. Served his country with distinction, a wonderful family man, hard worker--and what a great sense of humor. Always enjoyed out time together along with Joe Panza for breakfast at the Wagon Wheel after our AFA meetings. Tried to solve the world's problems, but mostly had fun and plenty of laughs. I was blessed to have known him and called him a friend.
My deepest sympathy to you and the family.

Becky Boone

February 9, 2020

My honor to serve with Joe in the ALARNG. He was an outstanding NCO and a truly nice person. So many of our friends are passing on to bigger and better things. Joe is now in the house of our Lord and Savior. Amen. I salute you Joe Andrew.

Samantha Martin

February 8, 2020

My sincerest condolences to the family. I had the pleasure of working with Joe for several years at MAX and always enjoyed our talks and visits. Joe had a way of bringing joy wherever he was. Joe knew everyone and he made a connection for us that resulted my husband getting the position he now has. I will always be thankful to him and grateful that my life was blessed by knowing him.

Ben Latimer

February 8, 2020

Joe and I have been good friends since early childhood, growing up here in Geneva. I spent many nights at his house during the late 50s and early/mid 60s, as he did at mine. Our parents were good friends. Killer Joe and I went camping, rode the dirt roads of Geneva County at night hunting rabbits, trips to the beach, as well as wading Spring Creek with our .22s hunting snakes. We sort of lost touch when he moved to Montgomery, but remained friends nevertheless. He made the trip down from Montgomery for my surprise 60th birthday, and it meant a lot. Joe got his gracious, outgoing personality from his mother, Gene, who, like her youngest son, never met a stranger. He made friends wherever he went, seldom without a smile on his face. Joe, old buddy, you will be missed. Rest in peace, my friend.

Janice Hadley

February 8, 2020

I served with Joe in the AL ARNG. He was an exceptional leader, and good friend. He will be missed. I too am a widow now too. Your memories will bring you much comfort. I pray God give you comfort and peace during this season.