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Obituary of Christopher Scott Andrews
Christopher S Andrews, born February 7 1960, passed away on January 20, 2023. Chris was born in Wisconsin, but spent his childhood in the Chicago area, where he developed a life-long love of the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago Bears.
Chris moved to Tucson in high school, graduating from Cholla High School. After graduating , Chris joined the Army, serving first as an MP before switching to a recruiter position. He served in Germany, Pennsylvania and in Arizona before leaving the military.
Upon leaving the Army, Chris settled in Tucson and worked in customer service and in supervisory positions, excelling at both positions until his retirement in 2021. He obtained a certificate in Computer Repair from Tucson College and although he stayed in customer service, he kept the computers of his family running smoothly.
After his retirement, Chris focused on his love of music, first teaching himself to play guitar, then expanding to building guitars.
Chris is survived by his wife of 23 years, Tommie, and the blended family they created when they married in 2000. He is survived by daughters Jennifer Andrews, Stephanie Feuerstein (Ben), and Aimee Richards (Eddie) and his sons Richard Stanfield and Benjamin Stanfield. He is also survived by his stepmother Betty Andrews, his sister Kim Harrington (Craig), and brothers Daniel Andrews and Patrick Andrews, his nephews and nieces, and great-nieces and nephews,
He is preceded in death by his father Donald Andrews, his mother Joan Best and stepfather Paul Best.
Without a doubt, one of Chris’ great loves was his grandchildren, and he was devoted to them. He was never too busy or too tired to spend time with them, either out in the yard playing with them, or inside with them either playing beside him or curled on his lap. He was their playmate and champion cuddler. He will be missed.
Funeral services will be Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at 9:45 AM at Bring’s Broadway Chapel, 6910 E Broadway in Tucson, AZ. Burial will follow at the Southern Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery, 1300 S. Buffalo Soldiers Trail in Sierra Vista, AZ