Andrew started his life in the Atlanta area. He attended St. Martin’s Episcopal School through eighth grade and moved on to Mount Vernon Presbyterian School for his high school education. He continued his path at Georgia Southern University and would be graduating in 2021. He was active in Sigma Alpha Epsilon where he enjoyed spending time with his brothers. His immense number of friends brought him joy as he created an extended family full of love.
Andrew was the most loving brother, son, grandson, nephew, and friend anyone could ask for. Andrew cared deeply for his family and loved spending time with his sister, Sarah Beth, who also attends Georgia Southern University. He absolutely loved the outdoors, especially hunting, fishing and golf. His smile lit up every room he walked into, and he radiated positivity wherever he stepped foot. He created rooms full of laughter every day no matter the situation. Andrew was a deep thinker and had a great amount of curiosity and imagination when it came to the outside world. He loved the stars and the sky which is where he is watching over us now.
He is survived by his sister Sarah Elisabeth Stovall, his father, Martin Spann Stovall, his mother Lauren Comer Stovall, his paternal grandparents, Patricia and William Stovall, his maternal grandparents Jane and Larry Comer, and many more loving family members and friends. We love and miss you, and we will feel your presence every single day for the rest of our lives.
A Celebration of Life for of Andrew will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Mental Health America of Georgia in memory of Andrew.
For further information on the Mental Health America of Georgia please visit their home page.