OBITUARY

Geoffrey "Geoff" Miles Andrews

May 10, 1969April 2, 2021

Geoffrey Miles Andrews, age 51, of Dallas, Texas passed away on Friday, April 2, 2021. He was a long time resident of Dallas. Geoff was born May 10, 1969 in Houston and grew up in Pasadena, Texas. Geoff was a Texas Master Plumber operating G.M. Andrews Plumbing. He was passionate about his job, as well as his customers. He worked incredibly hard after the recent winter storm to restore plumbing all over the Dallas Metroplex. He was renowned in Texas and Louisiana for his pecan pies. He enjoyed fishing and golf and watching the Stars, Rangers and Cowboys. Geoff is survived by his mother, Georgia Andrews; father, Terry Ellis; brother and sister-in-law, Phillip and Kitt Andrews; uncle, Steve Embry; nephew, Garret Andrews; niece, Haley Andrews; niece and husband, Kendall and Ian Bond; grand nieces, Ellie and Poppi Bond; cousins, Chris Brock, Matt Brock, Sarah and husband Doug Clark, Kelsey and husband Michael Moseley; Angelica, Adison, Jordan, Gaiden, Gabriel, Jocelyn, Ophelia, and Willow. A graveside service for Geoff will be held Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 2:00pm at the Pavilion in Centuries Memorial Park. A visitation will take place Saturday, April 10, 2021 from 1:00pm - 1:45pm in the Kincaid Room at Centuries Memorial Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Geoff’'s memory to The Salvation Army. The world changes from year to year, our lives from day to day, but the love and memory of you, shall never pass away. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.CenturiesMemorialFH.com for the Andrews family.

  • FAMILY

  • Georgia Andrews, Mother
  • Terry Ellis, Father
  • Phillip Andrews (Kitt), Brother
  • Steve Embry, Uncle
  • Garret Andrews, Nephew
  • Haley Andrews, Niece
  • Kendall Bond (Ian), Niece
  • Ellie Bond, Grand Niece
  • Poppi Bond, Grand Niece
  • Chris Brock, Cousin
  • Matt Brock, Cousin
  • Sarah Clark (Doug), Cousin
  • Kelsey Moseley (Michael Moseley), Cousin
  • Angelica, Cousin
  • Adison, Cousin
  • Jordan, Cousin
  • Gaiden, Cousin
  • Gabriel, Cousin
  • Jocelyn, Cousin
  • Ophelia, Cousin
  • Willow, Cousin

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

  • Celebration of Life Service

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

Memories

Geoffrey "Geoff" Miles Andrews

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Steveo Flores

April 11, 2021

Geoff,
You were more than a friend to me, you were my brother and part of my family. I wish we had one more round of golf and maybe one more concert together. I always enjoyed our talks about life and everything under the sun. You always made me laugh. You were loved dearly and you will be missed even more so. Until our paths cross again, thank you for being my friend. Rest In Peace.
Steveo

Angel Brock

April 10, 2021

Cousin Geoff, you were one of the real ones, and I wish I would have been able to see you again. I will always remember our last conversation. I will take your advice and stop trying to figure everything out right now and just enjoy life. You cared, and you were one of the few who checked up on me and I want you to know how much that meant to me. I hope you are having fun and chilling with Eddie Van Halen and the other greats. I love you and my dad loves you so much. He tells me about how much you impacted him and I know you did so much for others. Rest In Peace Pecan King. We all love you and miss you.

john draper

April 7, 2021

What can an old man say about one of his boys. Geoff, Tom, Phillip, Richard, Eddy, Billy, Buddy and more. These were my Scouts. Other than my son Tom i spent more time with Geoff than any of them. Those were some rough times that made great memories.
Geoff and I were even roommates for a short time after my divorce. He was always welcome in my home. Heck we even dated sisters for a while. Mine was much older than his! Geoff was at my grandmother's funeral and stood with my fiancée along with Richard Wood. They were also in our wedding with Tom and Rodney. I was so proud when he got his Master's license.
We talked at time over the years and he always said he was going to get out to ranch. Sadly he never made it. I will truly miss you, Geoff.

DVI

Emory Rhodes

April 7, 2021

When I think of Geoff, I think of peacan pie! I remember when you met Bryan and I in Dallas, on our one year anniversary. You took us out to lunch at the Gas Monkey Grill, and then bought the kids a couple of souvenirs from the gift shop. I remember you bringing us donuts and your famous mini pies almost every Thanksgiving! Your laugh and smile were infectious, and you will be missed!

Richard Hayler

April 6, 2021

Geoff mate, Our hearts broke when we heard the sad news.
May you rest in peace dear friend.

Sarah Clark

April 6, 2021

Our visits were few as I got older and moved away. I will always remember the letters we shared as I was growing up. I will remember how much my mother Bonnie Denton Embry adored you and all your visits. You will be missed.
Sarah Embry Clark

Jeff Benton

April 6, 2021

Geoff and I have had many great times together through our youth and into adulthood. Lots a great stories that can be told. He also helped me through some dark times in my life. We had talks that lasted a couple of hours. He was easy to talk to and gave some good advice. I will miss him dearly and our talks. Rest easy my friend and ill be seeing you on the other side.

Joan Heath

April 6, 2021

I always did like you , until you started making pecan pies. Then you teased me every year with promises and pictures. But I never got a pie. Didn't see you much but I remember the last time I saw you, at your grandmother's house. You and I made a meringue pie and I was going to teach you how to make the meringue. It was a miserable flop and we laughed a lot. I am happy to have known you. You are the closest thing to a "hippie" that I'll ever know. Love U.
R I P my young friend.

Kelsey Moseley

April 5, 2021

Where do I start? You have always been my favorite cousin and one of my all time favorite people. You always seemed like Uncle Geoff to me growing up, and even to the kids now. Every time you came into town, it was the best day ever! I remember the times you took me to the mall and let me pick out the bubble barbie and the baby doll. I remember how you surprised me at Texas Road House on my birthday! The time we helped you surprise your mom at podnuhs and the look on both your faces! You loved to make people smile!! I can still hear your voice and your laugh. I wish I had saved every voicemail. I'm so glad my kids got to know you. Willow will know all about you too. Thank you for everything you did for us! You loved me no matter how many stupid mistakes I made. And I know you did that with many. Your heart was so big. I hope you knew how much you meant to me! I Iove you so much, Geoff! I hope you and Mom are having the best time up there!
Xoxo ❤ Special K

Scott Miller

April 5, 2021

My best friend for over 35 years! I loved him like my brother and will miss him deeply. We sat in homeroom together at age 14 and had many years hanging out from Pasadena to Dallas. You gave me a place to stay even though your wife at the time soon booted me out. We had some laughs about that one. Man, we had fun times from concerts in Dallas to tattoo conventions in New Orleans. You have my first back piece I ever did along with other artwork. You were always quick to volunteer for some tattoo work. Way too many memories to write. You will be missed! May peace rest on all those affected by Geoff's passing. A good man inside and out. I love you brother!

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