Andy Blackwell

Born in Springfield, TN on May 30, 1977

Departed on December 27, 2020 and resided in Greenbrier, TN

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Andy Blackwell age 43 passed away on December 27, 2020 in Goodlettsville, TN. He was born David Andrew Blackwell on May 30,1977 in Springfield, TN to Brenda Lee Stevens and James “Buck’ Stevens. Andy grew up on Reeder School Road in Greenbrier and was a 1996 graduate of Greenbrier High School. He married the love of his life on November 2, 1999 Ms. Crystal Moorefield. They were blessed with two children, Coby born on 2nd of October of 2001 and Jada born October 29, 2003. Coby was a 2020 graduate of GHS and Jada is a Junior.

Andy worked for Boot Barn in Goodlettsville since May 5, 2017. He loved spending time with his family. They enjoyed going bowling together, fishing and just being together. Andy had a love for shoes and good music. Andy was love by many people family and friends but no one more than his mother, Brenda, who loves him very much.

Letter from Coby:
Hey Dad,
Thank you for teaching me how to be the man I am today. Thank you for everything you have done for me. I love you so much and I am going to miss you. I know me & you always fought but just know I love you with all my heart. Thank you for teaching me how to play baseball & fishing. I am going to miss our fishing trips together., I am also going to miss our drives down the road listening to music and doing things like PBR.
​Thank you for pushing me to finish school and pushing me to be where I wanted to be. I love you so much Dad.
Thank you, Coby

Letter from Jada:
Dear Dad,
​Thank you so much dad for teaching me everything I have ever been taught. Thank you for making sure I’m always doing what I’m supposed to be doing and always making sure I am able to grow up to be the best possible version of me. Dad I will always love you. I miss you more than you could ever know. I’m going to miss working on out little project car (my Car). I’m going to miss you yelling at me for being 1 minute late getting to the house and also when we would go fishing and I would beg you to put the worm on my hook. I took up all your fishing time away and you tell me no because we both know I would never touch that worm.
Dad these moments I will forever cherish along with you coming to McDonalds to get your half and half tea and our little competitions in bowling even though we all knew you were the pro Bowler. Dad you will forever be my hero and the man I will forever look up to. Dad we are going to all miss you more than you will forever know. We love you Dad!
​​​​​​Love Jada

He is preceded in death by his maternal great grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. H. Murphy; maternal grandmother Edith Jean Clark and paternal uncle Gene Stevens.
Andy is survived by his wife of Crystal Blackwell; children, Coby Blackwell and Jada Blackwell; mother, Brenda Stevens of Greenbrier; two brothers, Jamie L. Stevens 33 of Greenbrier and Joshua (Katherine) Stevens 30 of Bellevue; grandparents, Howard and Earline Stevens of Greenbrier; his aunt Debbie (Mike) Bridges of Springfield; uncle, Danny Stevens of Greenbrier and lots of nephews and cousins.

A Life Celebration will be held on Wednesday, January 6th at 2pm in the Chapel of Springfield Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Springfield Memorial Gardens with family and friends serving as pallbearers. The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 2-8pm then again on Wednesday from 1pm until the time of service. Online Condolences can be made at
These arrangements were entrusted to Springfield Memorial Gardens, Funeral Home and Cremation Center 4005 Memorial Blvd Springfield, TN 37172: 615-384-5437.

6 Comments to Andy Blackwell

  1. Marty and Debbie Baker says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss, my heart and prayers are with you all, Andy truly loved his family! May God bless you and keep you and comfort you in your time of grief. So,so sorry!

  2. Ashley Fisher says:

    Andy , I know we didn’t talk very much since I moved out of town and I have alot of regret for not making sure the boys saw you more. Hard to believe your gone. Take care up there❤️

  3. Debra L. Biggs says:

    So sorry to hear this .My heart and prayers are with each one of you during this difficult time..Ms Brenda a big hug to you.Your such a sweet lady to all the kiddos and staff at GHS. I can’t imagine what ur going threw .I will be saying a special pray for you.Hugs my friend

  4. Helen Williams says:

    Andy was always a true gentleman and so kind. My sister ran into his store to pick up a package for my daughter just before Christmas. Andy recognized my daughter‘a name and when my sister told him she was my sister he gave me a wonderful compliment. He was certainly a kind heart. Praying for his family.
    Love Ms Helen Williams

  5. Aimee Bursik says:

    I enjoyed our time working together, Andy. I’ll remember you as the sweet guy who always tried to buy me lunch because I never brought any with me and you were worried I’d go hungry. My thoughts have been with your wife and kids everyday, which I know would be your biggest concern.

  6. Cody Blackwell says:

    Andy “bubba” I love you more than words I never seen you much but you was my brother and I love you and miss you more than anything man keep daddy and Brandon in line and keep watching over us bubba I love you gone but not for gotten

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