Andy was raised in South Carolina. He graduated from College and Seminary. He owned and operated his own home remodeling business for several years, at which time he received a call from a church to work here in West Knoxville. Andy followed the call and spent the next 15 years serving in that church.
Andy’s experience as a contractor and minister lends itself nicely to working and serving people in real estate. As a contractor he knows the value of homes, he understands the homes potential, and understands what it takes to fix or update it. As a minister Andy learned that a job is more than just a means to make money, but an opportunity to serve people. He helped people navigate through big decisions in their life. He learned to give a caring and personal touch in every transaction while maintaining the highest level of integrity, loyalty, and professionalism.
One of the reasons Andy chose to work for Honors Real Estate Services is because of his long-lasting friendship with the Glafenheins. The Glafenhein’s were among some of the first people that embraced Andy and his wife when they moved here 15 years ago. Aside from the fact that they feel like family it is no secrete they run a topnotch company with a qualified team of people in place to take on whatever need arises in the field of real estate. This team approach combined with Andy’s past work experience provided him with the strength and confidence Andy needed to start his new career in real estate.
Andy has been married 23 years to his loving wife and is raising three teenage boys. He is an avid outdoors man and loves to travel. He organizes and directs a construction based mission camp every summer that utilizes hundreds of adult and teen based teams to serve countless widows and families in distress.