In memory of
Stephen Brian Andrews
In memory of
Stephen Brian Andrews
In Loving Memory Stephen Brian Andrews Oct. 12, 1972 - April 23, 2021 Stephen Brian Andrews (48), beloved father, son, and brother passed away April 23, 2021. Born in Walnut Creek, Calif., Oct. 12, 1972, the youngest of two boys. In 1979 Steve moved with his family to Portland, Ore. Very early he formed a love for the Pittsburgh Steelers, which was his lifelong NFL team. As a teenager, he became interested in live music, particularly punk rock. From this influence, he was drawn to the drum kit and taught himself to play drums. Steve played drums in many Portland bands. During these band years Steve bartended at EJ's, one of the live music venues in Portland in the 1990's. Between bartending and playing music, Steve, commonly known as "Little Stevie," was a common fixture in the Portland music scene. Steve loved hard work, physical labor, and construction. Steve's carpentry skills served his family and friends many blessings over the years. He loved to help others on home projects which was part of his many gifts to his friends and family. At his core Steve was a giving person, as a result he gave much more to this world than he took from it. Steve married Jennifer Gibson in September 2008. In 2009, Eli Andrews was born, the first of Steve's beautiful children. In 2012, Emmett Andrews was born. Shortly after Emmett was born, the family made the move from Portland to St. Helens, Ore. In 2016, Amelia Andrews was born. Fatherhood was Steve's greatest joy in life, and nothing made him "light up" like seeing his kids. He is remembered with love by his children; former wife, Jennifer Andrews; parents, Ray and Jan Andrews; brother, Ed Andrews and wife, Megan. He will be dearly missed. www.columbiafh.com/obituaries/ Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
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Columbia Funeral Home & Cremation Center
681 Columbia Blvd.
St. Helen's, OR 97051
In memory of
Stephen Brian Andrews
In Loving Memory Stephen Brian Andrews Oct. 12, 1972 - April 23, 2021 Stephen Brian Andrews (48), beloved father, son, and brother passed away April 23, 2021. Born in Walnut Creek, Calif., Oct. 12, 1972, the youngest of two boys. In 1979 Steve moved with his family to Portland, Ore. Very early he formed a love for the Pittsburgh Steelers, which was his lifelong NFL team. As a teenager, he became interested in live music, particularly punk rock. From this influence, he was drawn to the drum kit and taught himself to play drums. Steve played drums in many Portland bands. During these band years Steve bartended at EJ's, one of the live music venues in Portland in the 1990's. Between bartending and playing music, Steve, commonly known as "Little Stevie," was a common fixture in the Portland music scene. Steve loved hard work, physical labor, and construction. Steve's carpentry skills served his family and friends many blessings over the years. He loved to help others on home projects which was part of his many gifts to his friends and family. At his core Steve was a giving person, as a result he gave much more to this world than he took from it. Steve married Jennifer Gibson in September 2008. In 2009, Eli Andrews was born, the first of Steve's beautiful children. In 2012, Emmett Andrews was born. Shortly after Emmett was born, the family made the move from Portland to St. Helens, Ore. In 2016, Amelia Andrews was born. Fatherhood was Steve's greatest joy in life, and nothing made him "light up" like seeing his kids. He is remembered with love by his children; former wife, Jennifer Andrews; parents, Ray and Jan Andrews; brother, Ed Andrews and wife, Megan. He will be dearly missed. www.columbiafh.com/obituaries/ Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
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Columbia Funeral Home & Cremation Center
681 Columbia Blvd.
St. Helen's, OR 97051
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