William Clayton Andrews

February 4, 1960 - December 7, 2022

02/04/1960 - 12/07/2022

Past Services

Sunday December 11, 2022
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Mt. Olivet Baptist Church
Mt. Olivet Road
Zirconia, NC
Funeral Service
Sunday December 11, 2022
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Mt. Olivet Baptist Church
Mt. Olivet Road
Zirconia, NC
Sunday December 11, 2022
3:30 pm - 3:45 pm
Mt. Olivet Baptist Church Cemetery
3589 Mt. Olivet Road
Zirconia, NC 28790

William Clayton Andrews “Bill” was born on 4 February 1960 to Clayton and Iva Andrews in Ocala, Florida.

After dodging this issue on so many occasions, he left this world on 7 December 2022 in the arms of his loving spouse, Ellen.

He was preceded in death by his Father, Thomas Clayton and his Mother, Iva Andrews. His Brother-In-Law, Doug Wampler, a Sister-In-Law, Leslie Andrews and a Niece, Natale Weston Andrews. He is survived by his Loving Spouse Ellen Levi. His Brothers, Bob Andrews and Tim Andrews with wife Carlie. His Sisters, Teresa Doan with husband Larry and Brenda Wampler. Three Brothers from different Mothers, Jeff Ard, Brian Ard and John Gauze. His Nephews, Bobby Jr., Jason, Stephen, Wesley, Chase, Clayton, Matthew and Bruce. His Niece’s Stephanie, Shelby, and Makenna.  His Step Children, Cati, Calvin and Kimberly. Five Grand Nieces and Five Grand Nephews.

Bill was a Twelve-Year Veteran of the South Carolina National Guard where he served for and loved this Country.

Bill was the Owner and Operator of “Andrews Enterprise” in Hendersonville, NC.  A Small Engine Repair Shop and Monitor Heater Sales, Installation and Repair Facility.  He loved and valued all his customers and was always willing to take a few minutes to talk about anything with them.

Bill Loved his Family and Friends and He Loved the Outdoors.  Riding Three Wheelers, Four Wheelers or Motorcycles. He Loved Hunting, Fishing and Shooting as well.

Bill didn’t Sugar Coat Anything! He told you how He saw it and if you ask……he would explain the facts as to why he saw it that way.

If you had to describe “Sir William” I would sum up his life this way!

“He Did It His Way”!!

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Steve DeWolf
4 months ago

So sorry to hear of his passing. Bill kept my lawn equipment running great for 23 years. Many times I’d take a power trimmer or blower to his shop, and he’d stop what he was doing and very often fix it in minutes. “What’ll I owe you,” I always asked. “Nothin’. I’ll get ya next time,” he always said. I considered him something of a genius with engines. Through the years we became friends and had plans to shoot some pool at Fat Cat’s Billiards up in Arden. I am saddened knowing he won’t be doing that with me or doing the annual tune-up on my old Snapper mower. 

Jewel Adcock
9 months ago

Bill was a good neighbor and a wonderful friend to my Dad. Our sympathy to all his loved ones.

Carolyn Schermerhorn
9 months ago

We were so sorry to hear of Bills passing, he was a one of a kind good guy & will be missed