William Edward "Bill" Andrews Sr.
It's been a year since we lost Bill, not a day goes by that I don't miss this man. I miss his laughter and constant smile. We miss you greatly Bill. Love, Missy
I always looked forward to Bill coming int the branch to tell us about his trips to Cherokee. I would always hope that he had "Big Money" to deposit that day! We would discuss anything from banking to what was going on in my life and my son's life. Bill had a natural concern for me and I know it was real. I will miss his words of encouragement and I thank him for his influence! You are blessed to have had a man such as Bill in your lives and I would only hope that my son becomes a man of his intergrity! God Bless You All!
First Citizens Bank
Greensboro Main Branch
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Bill was always a bright spot in my day when he came into my office, and I appreciated the confidence he showed in me. That confidence was returned when he was my personal HVAC expert! He never failed to give me excellent advice and service. He went out of his way to communicate options and best recommendations. I so appreciated that. I think Bill really loved his life and all that came with it. He was a gentleman and a friend, and I know he will be missed by many.
Aunt Barbara, Gerri, Victor, Leigh Ann, Eddie and extended family - we lost a great man this past week. He is going to be extremely missed by everyone. He was always happy everytime I saw him, there was always a twinkle in his eyes like he was up to mischief. I'm going to miss his constant picking when he would walk through the back door for the cook-outs. My favorite memory of him was from last Labor Day when he reached across the kitchen table and swipped a co-workers left-over piece of Uncle Blandy's coconut cake and started eating it and jumped right in picking at her for leaving it sitting there for someone to just take it. So he took it. We laughed about it for hours afterwards because it was so shocking and out of character for the Bill that I had grown up knowing. I will miss him greatly, but one day we will all see him again. I love you all very much.
Love - Missy
My heart and prayers go out to the Andrews family in their time of loss. I first met Bill in 1976 when I came to Greensboro as the Chief Mechanical Inspector and he was working at McBain and Brown Heating and AC. I will always remember a man who had christian values and a warm smile for everyone he met.
I know Bill will be missed by his family and friends, but we know that he is now resting with his savior.