Andrew Houston

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Andrew Lee Houston was born on December 7, 1994, in Memphis, Tennessee, and passed on December 28, 2022, after injuries he sustained in a motor vehicle accident. He is survived by his fiancé, Cecilia Wood (and her two children, Tucker and Loralye); his father, John (Kerry) Houston; his mother, Courtney (Rick) Comfort; sister, Aespen Houston, brother, Briley (Emily) Reeves, grandparents, grandparents, Floye Houston, Rick and Pam Yewell; nieces, Amara and Korra Reeves. A private family service will be held at a later date. Arrangements in the care of Compassion Funeral & Cremation Services, Nashville, TN (615) 857-9955. We proudly remain locally owned & operated.

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  1. Drew was the best person anyone could’ve been around. He was so kind,loving and such a genuine person. He always knew how to make you laugh when you were down. I’ll always have love and cherish him with every memory. My brother was the absolute king of sarcasm and loved ever minute of it.

  2. Andrew Lee Houston (his given name at birth but preferred Drew) was so full of life! He was a practical joker, loved to entertain and make you laugh and was one hell of an impersonation of others. He had Ragnar Lothbrok down to a tee! He should have been an actor! He could have done great things. A great looking young man with so many gifts and talents! He also felt the whole spectrum of emotions and was hard for him to handle at times. I had so many plans and ideas as his father to share with him that I’ll never have the opportunity to do now! It greatly saddens me and angers me at the same time! I will always cherish the moments that I was blessed to have with him! Until we meet again Drew, I love you and you will always live in my heart Son!!! May the Lord our God wrap you in His loving arms and keep you safe and happy forever more! I love you always son, your Dad. ❤️😓🙏

  3. Andrew was our first grandbaby. He was the sweetest little thing. Those eyes could melt the hardest heart. He had the most wicked sense of humor. He also had a kind heart. I remember he and I being in the car and had stopped for a red light. There was a man in a wheelchair trying to coss the street but every time he started a car would come. It was terrible that the cars just zipped by not stopping for the poor man. All at once Andrew got out of the car and stopped traffic and pushed the man in the wheelchair across the street. I have never been so proud of anybody as I was of Andrew that day. Forever loved, forever missed, forever my FM.

  4. My son was such a sweet person. He would do anything to help others. I will forever miss his smile and dancing eyes. He was a good soul tormented by this life. I am so glad he is free of the burdens of this world. I will miss him forever

  5. Though you have taken flight, Andrew, your spirit remains radiant in our hearts. Each chuckle shared echoes your humor, whilst every enlightened conversation reflects the intellect you possessed. Your adventurous quest and courage inspire us daily; love overflowing from every memory of you brings comfort to our aching hearts. If only we could tell you just once more how deeply we cherish and miss your tender soul. May divine peace enfold you now and forever, choosing bravery in remembering your passion-filled life.

  6. It’s taken me a while to come back to the obituary. He had the most beautiful eyes and smile. I’ll miss him forever. I miss his laughter the most.

  7. I’m missing you more and more son as I try to live this life or existence without you. They said it would get easier as time goes on but for me, it’s getting harder. I see your pictures on my nightstand as I pass through my house daily and I tear up right then and there! Theirs a whole in my heart that’s been there since your passing and seems to get worse as time goes by. I’m not doing well…..I miss you Son!!! 😢

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