— J.D. Power
Andrew was born and raised in the great city of San Antonio. He graduated from Churchill High School in 1999 and attended the University of Texas at Austin. After a successful career in the IT field, Andrew found his true calling as a loan officer. He’s especially passionate about serving the Veteran’s community in San Antonio and is involved in various organizations that serve this great community.
When he’s not passionately working on client's mortgages, Andrew is spending the bulk of his time with his beautiful wife Desaree and their two boys; Jacob and Judah. They both love the city of San Antonio and giving back to the community. Most notably the Susan G Komen foundation, God’s Dogs, and Snack Pack 4 Kids. Other activities include Cross Fit, Golf, and following his favorite college football team, the Texas Longhorns!
*Proud Member of the Veterans Association of Real Estate Professionals
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