Andrew (Andy) French was born in 1964. He was tall and lanky, and had a love for detail. He was very concerned that students and YWAM bases be able to register with the University of the Nations (UofN) and receive credit. He was a key contributor in establishing a worldwide records system for the UofN.
After leaving the UofN at Kona, he studied and received a master’s degree in Australia. On his way home to Michigan in 2016, he stopped by Kona and was very interested is seeing what improvements and changes had been made in the newer records system.
Shortly thereafter he went to be with the Lord following a blood clot (DVT) in his leg.
He will be remembered as a quiet and persistent worker for the Kingdom in UofN records.
Photo: Andy, with the beard, seated next to Howard Malmstadt.
2 thoughts on “Andy French”
I never met Andy, but he was the one who established the heart and values of the work that I now do as one of his ‘grandchildren’ in the work as an international registrar (Asia). I am grateful for his love and passion for our students and the systems that help us keep those stories alive.
thank you for that I was his brother