Brentwood-Roesch-Patton Funeral Home

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George "Andy" Andrew Stewart Jr.

July 13, 1958June 30, 2020

George Andrew “Andy” Stewart Jr., age 61 of Hermitage, TN lost his life on June 30, 2020, after a battle with pneumonia, and other serious medical conditions. Kay and his sister Terri, were at his bedside, as he left this Earth and entered Heaven. Andy was the son of the late George Andrew and Maxine E. Stewart, Sr. Andy is survived by Kay League his sweetheart of six years; Bud (brother-In-Law) and Terri Braswell (sister); (nephews) Josh Helms and wife Dana, and Jacob Helms and wife Emily; (great nieces); Jacqueline, Haley, Natalie and Jayden; (great nephews) Jacob and Jared. Andy was born in Atlanta, Georgia and raised in Roswell and Marietta, Georgia. He attended Greater Atlanta Christian School, and graduated in 1977, with a Tennis Scholarship. After high school Andy attended David Lipscomb College. He graduated in 1981 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business. After college, Andy began a successful 30 year career in the Steel Industry. He worked as a Steel Salesman/VP for several large steel companies, and traveled the United States. Andy was an avid golfer, playing as much as he could. He loved cars, and he loved boats. For several years he traveled on the BAJA boating circuits, and participated in several boat runs in Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. He was also a football fanatic, being a huge fan of the Georgia Bulldogs, the Atlanta Falcons and the Tennessee Titans, in that order. His health began to decline in his 50's and he was no longer able to work. Andy met Kay during that time, and he loved Kay and her family dearly. When able, they would travel to the beach and to the mountains. Graveside services will be held Friday, July 17, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. at Westview Cemetery in Atlanta. Andy’s cousin, Rev. Charles Brown is officiating. Memorial donations may be made to Hermitage Hills Baptist Church’s Radical Heart Ministry, 3475 Lebanon Pike, Hermitage, TN 37076, in Andy’s memory.


  • Graveside Service

    Friday, July 17, 2020


George "Andy" Andrew Stewart Jr.

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Lisa Chambers/Kennamet

July 15, 2020

My Thoughts & Prayers go out to Kay & Andy's Family, May you Rest In Peace, wish I could have met ya, I heard alot of Great things about you & I know God has received another ANGEL with his WINGS....May God help Kay & your Family in this time of Sorrow🙏❤

Perry Hytken

July 15, 2020

I knew Andy for over 30 years in business. We enjoyed playing golf during all these years in mfg 4 man scrambles. Andy was a good man and a great friend and will be missed . Rest in peace till we meet again.

Ray Oliver

July 15, 2020

I am so glad I got to see Andy last year. My wife Cherel and I were in Nashville on vacation and met up with Andy and Kay. We had not seen each other in many years. It was great to talk about old times at Mt. Gilead Campground. The Stewart's and Oliver's had cabins 1 & 2. Revival services, hitting softball, going to the spring, and of course eating delicious home cooking. Good wholesome memories!

John Stewart

July 4, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Andy's death. I am a little bit dumbfounded about the news. Was he a casualty of the Wuhan virus?
I do not know what else to say, I did not know Andy that well, as he moved to Nashville, TN soon after finishing school.
I am so very sorry for your lose, being the oldest of our generation, I thought that I would go before any of the rest of our cousins.
I love you very much. Take care of yourself, and I have something I got from my Dad, that belonged to your Dad when he was a boy.
I will give it to you when I can get up to Between, GA.