Andy died of a cardiac emergency in Dunwoody, Ga., Dec. 21, 2023.

He was born in New York Dec. 9, 1952. Andy’s higher education included a bachelor’s degree from Carleton, two master’s degrees in religion and philosophy from the University of Minnesota, a Ph.D. in religion from Princeton in 1978, and a law degree from Yale.

Andy clerked for Judge Arlin M. Adams, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Philadelphia. After his clerkship, he joined the Philadelphia law firm of Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, where he specialized in taxation. Upon becoming a partner, he relocated to the firm’s office in Atlanta. Next, he joined Alston & Bird, where he practiced tax law for 23 years.

Andy chaired the committee on taxation of the American Bar Association’s, Section of Business Law. He was a member of the executive committee of the State Bar of Georgia’s, Business Law Section, and a member of the editorial board of Business Law Today.

After Princeton, he worked for the Fund for Open Information and Accountability and co-authored the book Are You Now or Have You Ever Been in the FBI Files.

Andy is survived by his wife, Joan; sons David and Paul; and sister Johanna.

Graduate alumni memorials are prepared by the APGA.

Graduate Class of 1978