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Andrew Martin Landreth III

December 30, 1984 — September 14, 2023

Andrew Martin Landreth, III, a loving father, brother, and friend, passed away peacefully on September 14, 2023, in Easley, SC. Born on December 30, 1984, in Greenville, SC, Andrew was a beacon of light and laughter in the lives of all who knew him. He was a man of many talents and interests, whose passion for life was evident in everything he did.

Andrew was the son of the late JR Landreth and Connie Landreth. He was the loving brother to Nicole Landreth and the late David Moore. Andrew was a devoted father to his children, Alexis Ruth-Ann Landreth, Drew Martin Landreth, Richard Michael Blade Landreth, and Madison Ann Cox. He was also a doting grandfather to Wrangler Colt Cox and eagerly anticipated the arrival of another grandchild. Andrew was a beloved uncle to his nieces, Destini Edge, Jasmine Sanchez, and Cynthia Sanchez, and his nephews, Sebastian Moore, Joshua Sanchez, Christian Beale, and Samuel Beale. Andrew was also well loved by his grandmother, Lena Turner. He shared a special bond with Kayla Lee-Ann Hughes, the mother of his children, his brother-in-law Zach Keese Beal, and his loyal dog, Diamond.

Andrew completed his GED and spent his professional life working at Finley Gutter & Siding. He was a hard worker, dedicated to his craft, and respected by his colleagues. His creativity shone through in his work, and he took great pride in every project he completed. Special thanks to Ron Finley who was a major support for Andrew.

Andrew had a zest for life that was infectious. He had a knack for drawing and building, creating beautiful pieces of art that would be cherished by his loved ones. He was known for his sense of humor, always ready with a joke to make others laugh. He had a unique ability to find the good in everyone he met, and he was never shy about sharing his positive outlook with others. Andrew was also known for his playful side, often teasing and aggravating those closest to him in a loving, good-natured way.

Andrew was a loving, creative, and passionate individual. His love for his family was evident in everything he did, from the time he spent with his children and grandchildren to the care he took in maintaining close relationships with his siblings, nieces, and nephews. His creativity was not only evident in his artwork and building projects but also in the unique and memorable ways he expressed his love for those around him. Andrew was passionate about life, and always eager to learn, grow, and experience new things.

Andrew Martin Landreth, III, will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him. His memory will live on in the laughter he shared, the art he created, and the love he gave. His legacy of love, creativity, and passion will continue to inspire those who were fortunate enough to know him.

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