In Memory

Steven Andrews

Steven Andrews


BREWER and OTIS – Steven Thomas Andrews, 64, died Monday, Dec. 16, 2013, as a result of an automobile accident. He was born July 13, 1949, in Bangor, the son of Robert and Marion (Thomas) Andrews.

Steve grew up in Brewer and graduated from Brewer High School and attended the University of Maine. He served his country in the Air National Guard 101st Air Wing. He worked for many years as a lineman for New England Telephone Company. Steve had a tireless work ethic and after his retirement from the phone company he owned and operated Downeast Mobile Powerwash. Even though he loved his work, Steve’s favorite thing to do was spend time with his family at his camp on Beech Hill Pond. He was an accomplished water-skier, and enjoyed boating, windsurfing, and all other water activities. Steve had a kind and generous heart, a fun loving spirit, an enthusiasm for adventure and an unwavering commitment to his family, friends, and co-workers. He was a giving person who always put the needs of others before his own and he mentored not by words only, but with patience and love. At the center of Steve’s life was his beloved family. He was a loving and devoted husband, a caring and supportive father, a compassionate and kind brother, as well as an affectionate and helpful son. He shined with affection in the presence of his precious grandchildren who called him PaPa, and beamed with pride around his daughter Kim and exuded kindness and generosity to everyone he met.

He is survived by his mother, Marion Andrews; his wife, Nancy (Price) Andrews; a daughter, Kimberley Lucy and her husband, Jim; and three grandchildren, Grace, Jenna, and Ben. He also leaves behind his twin sister, Kathy Hamel and her husband, Brian. He was predeceased by his father, Robert Andrews.

The family invites relatives and friends to share conversation and refreshments 5-7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21, at the Family Reception Center of Brookings-Smith, 163 Center St., Bangor. Condolences to the family may be expressed at


Account of the Accident:

A pickup truck and a tractor-trailer collided on Rebel Hill Road in Clifton on Monday evening.
Posted Dec. 17, 2013, at 12:54 p.m.

CLIFTON, Maine — Police on Tuesday identified a man killed in a collision with a logging truck on Monday.

Steven Andrews, 64, of Otis and his wife, Nancy, 62, were headed eastbound on Route 180 when their pickup truck was struck head-on by a logging truck, according to Deputy Ryan Fitch of the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office.

Steven Andrews was pronounced dead at the scene while Nancy remains hospitalized with serious injuries at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Fitch said.

The truck’s driver, Jonathan Hichborn, 36, of Orland, was not seriously injured.

Hichborn had lost control of his rig on the icy road and jackknifed, colliding with the Andrews’ pickup head-on, police said.

Road conditions were a major factor in the accident.

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12/17/13 06:13 PM #1    

Brenda Booker

To Steven's Family and Friends ~ My deepest condolences and fondest memories to you all. Prayers of comfort.  Love and God Bless ~ Brenda Booker

12/17/13 06:52 PM #2    

Robert Lewis

Our prayers to all the Andrews family members. God only calls home the best to be by his side forever.


12/17/13 07:46 PM #3    

William Gott

Steve Andrews was a fantastic member of the Brewer High School class. R.I.P. my brother. Prayers out to all of the Andrews family. God Bless to You All.

12/17/13 08:59 PM #4    

Margaret Robertson (Robinson)

Our hearts are broken. Our memories will always remain.  Prayers to Steve's 

family  and friends. Please give each other a special hug today. 

12/17/13 11:25 PM #5    

Cecelia Sullivan (Seippel)


My deepest sympathy to Steve's family....My thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time..May you RIP Steve.. Nancy my prayer are with you too.......


06/17/14 07:23 AM #6    

Richard Campbell

Steve we are missing you as we plan this years lawn party. As I work in the yard planting flowers, stringing lights and preparing the area for fun, food and drink I keep remembering that it was your idea to have the first are and will be missed but will be here in our hearts......miss you buddy


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