Andrew came to Princeton from Johnson County High School in Buffalo, Wyo., and spent one semester on campus before returning home to work as an oil-well logger.
In 1974 he served as an intern to U.S. Senator Gale McGee of Wyoming. Always interested in studying geology, Andrew worked as a crew foreman on the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline from 1975 to 1978, as a uranium solution mine technician in 1977, and in various other oil-well logger jobs for a decade. He decided to try sailing the seas and signed on as an ocean research-vessel crewman in 1986, where he worked until he suffered a serious injury in 1987. Following his recovery, he decided to return to college and was accepted at Stanford, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in political science in 1994. Andrew enrolled at the University of Virginia Law School in 1998.
More recently, Andrew moved to Fairbanks to work in the field of exploration geology at Northern Star Resources (formerly Sumitomo Metal Mining), an Australian-owned gold mine.
The class officers extend sympathy to his brothers, Jeff and Matthew.