1220 George C Wilson Drive, Suite C
Augusta, GA 30909

Andrew M. Beauregard

March 3, 1985 - January 2, 2019

Andrew M. Beauregard, age 33, of Penrose, NC entered into rest on Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at Doctor’s Hospital in Augusta, GA.  He is preceded in death by his, Grandparents, David and Margie Boye, Robert and Lorraine Beauregard

Andrew is survived by his loving wife, Victoria A. Beauregard, whom he fondly called his favorite.  He is also survived by his Mother and Step Father, Michelle and Bobby Edwards.  Father, Bob Beauregard. Brother Matthew Beauregard and his wife, Ashley Beauregard.  Sister, Maryanna Beauregard.  Nephews, David Beauregard and Thane Patterson. Niece, Ariel Patterson. Uncles: David Boye, Mike Boye, Paul Beauregard.  Aunts: Jackie Boye, Charlene Boye, Renee Beauregard, Camille Mitchell, Gisele Hankins and 14 cousins.

He is also survived by his cat fur-babies, Aris and Akira – “the girls”, Opossum – “Itsa”, Mr.Mittens – “Boy”, and Dobby – “Baby Shark”. Andrew was born in Columbus, Ohio and moved to Hendersonville, North Carolina at the age of eleven.  From his teens into adulthood he developed a love for cars and all things that go fast. He would go on to pursue a career as a mechanic and tow truck driver and ultimately become the Manager/Service Writer for Top Notch Auto Repair in Hendersonville, NC. Andrew was known for his wicked sense of humor, generous spirit, and willingness to help those in need. 

Most notably Andrew was known for his big heart.  He accomplished much in his short time here on earth and had more crazy stories then anyone you will ever meet. He was a man who loved God and the type of guy everyone wanted to be friends with. Andrew was a true hero and gave his all even in death.  Through his gift of organ donation, he has saved several lives.  His heart has never stopped beating and will now live on to inspire others. Although we mourn his loss we will never forget his stories that made us laugh and we will carry his love with us until we see him again.  As he always liked to say, “Just crush it” and “It’ll be fine”. 

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday,  January 12, 2019 at 1:00 pm at Living Water Church. 1284 Sugarloaf Rd. Hendersonville, NC

In lieu of flowers please make donations to Burn Foundation of America by visiting the website www.burnfoundation.net or by mailing, checks only, to 3614 J. Dewey Gray Circle, Building C, Augusta, GA 30909. Please notate on your donation that it is in memory of Andrew Beauregard.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.arlingtonfuneral.com  Arlington Burial and Cremation, 1220 George C. Wilson Drive, Suite C, Augusta, Georgia 30909.  762-994-0311

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Thank you for always being a true hardworking, kind and honest man. Thank you for always helping us out at Top Notch. Praying for your wife, family and friends. You will be greatly missed. Rest easy in Heaven.
Bianca L McElreath - January 12 at 5:42 PM
you will be missed, thank you for being an honest, reliable and hardworking gentleman. Im so glad that you were our mechanic at Top Notch! Rest easy in Heaven <3
The Wislon Family (Tammy, Joe, Reva and Shae - January 12 at 5:40 PM
I remember the first time we meet Andrew is when they were on main st. He helped us with my F 250.,and then our van and then the rest of our vehicles. I personally feel that there is 2 fine gentlemen and honest. JEFF and Andrew. I will never understand how the decent and caring people are removed from this Earth so soon. And then the ones that just take lives for no reason are allowed too remain. You truly will be missed by all, may you take your rightful place up above Sir.
Jeff Naylor - January 12 at 1:46 PM
Andrew, Jim and I will miss You, Man. You were such an awesome addition to this world! We are sad to see You go! ... Our hearts are broken and tears will fall. We are thankful for the time We got to share with Andrew!. His life will never be forgotten! Praying for You Tori and His Family!
Michelle and Jim Towne - January 12 at 11:34 AM
I'm having to work today so I won't be able to come to the memorial service. But I wanted to come and wear a corsage made of spark plugs. That was the last thing you did for us he changed the spark plugs in our truck loved him he was a good guy praying for you.
Suzette and Ray Hackett - January 12 at 9:00 AM
We are thankful that Andrew had a good life, full of loving relationships! We feel the awful loss for those family members who got to know, love and interact with him, and we also feel loss for not having been able to do that very much ourselves. He looks so much like my brothers (his father Bob and Uncle Paul) and our sons (his cousins Josh, Lem and Abe Mitchell)! In that way I "know" him, he will always be part of us too. Circumstances have also deprived us from being able to come in person to give our last respects. We're so glad God will restore in heaven so much of what has been lost on earth. May Jesus bless and comfort you today as you celebrate Andrew with many loving memories. Forever in Christ....
Camille and Charles Mitchell - January 12 at 3:51 AM
Tori, we are thinking of you and praying for you. So very sorry for your loss.
Leslie McDowell - January 10 at 6:45 AM
I remember playing at the shop with Ashlie and Haley when we were younger. When Andrew took breaks, he’d sit in the office with us and make us laugh. He always had the kindest smile and the best sense of humor. I recently had a fellow classmate pass and learning of Andrew passing broke my heart completely. He was such a beautiful soul. His memory will live on with us, he wouldn’t want us to cry. Let us celebrate the life he lived. Prayers to his family: I’m so terribly sorry for your loss.
Jaclyn Spannagel - January 9 at 5:40 PM
Tori, i am always here for you. i understand, to a point, how you are feeling as i let the one i love more than anything go back to God so he could be healed. i love you and am so sorry you are having to deal with this. <3
pegi cairnes - January 9 at 5:16 PM
I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.
Debra Hampton - January 9 at 3:56 PM
Dear Tori, family and friends of Andrew, my prayers are with you all. I hope you can find comfort in the Lord and each other during this sad time. Tori, please reach out to me if there's anything I can do for you.
Eva MondragonWright - January 9 at 3:54 PM
Dear Tori, Mere words will not do at a time like this, so please just know that I'm keeping you in my closest thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time...
Pride Carson - January 9 at 1:34 PM
Andrew was a happy, kind, loving, caring ,thoughtful man who will be sorely missed. I want to express my heartfelt sympathy to you,Tori, and to all of his family. My prayers are with you.
Sherry Kubach - January 9 at 12:36 PM