Andrew Stone Tulsa, beloved Production Director at Church on the Move has died. Andrew Stone death was announced by MxU who wrote in a touching Facebook post:
We are deeply saddened to tell you all that our partner, friend, and brother, Andrew has passed away.
Andrew left a legacy that is far beyond words. As we grieve the loss and process what’s next, we are heartened by the fact that heaven surely sounds a little better.
-Lee & Jeff-
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At the time of writing this story, details about how Andrew died is sketchy.
Before his death, Andy was the Production Director and Senior Audio Engineer at Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Church on the Move (www.churchonthemove.com).
He also was a founding member of MxU, MXU was designed to create and inspire better leaders and better audio engineers by going around, training techs and passing on his craft.
Andrew also had 28 years of touring experience under his belt.
Read touching tributes from friends and loved ones who adored Andrew Stone. below. May his soul rest in perfect peace.
- From Norwegian Gurus Tech:
Today, a whole tech world woke up to the sad news that Andrew Stone has passed away. He puts behind a legacy that cannot be described in words, but which was himself as a person.
A legend, guru, technician, church leader and an inspirer for so many people around the globe.
One of the reasons we started Norwegian Gurus was Andrew’s influence in our lives. We will continue to be inspired by him.
We are sure that heaven rocks even more now, with Andrew present, dressed in all black! See you again, Andrew 😉
With all our love, Norwegian Gurus of Tech.
- From Jason Cole_WorldWide:
I wanted to share this since many of my followers will feel the sadness that I do. My good friend Andrew Stone from Church on the Move died today. He contribution to the production world is beyond compare. Please join me in praying for his family and the church there.
- From Kevism:
I can’t believe this! Andrew Stone has made such an impact for the Kingdom. His legacy will live on through all of those who he as taught and inspired. Prayers go out to the MxU crew and the COTM team.
- From James Rutledge:
So sad to hear about Andrew Stone @stone_rocks. He has inspired so many of us and will be remembered as a servant artist. @MxUrocks
- From Connor Voight:
This is a hard one.
Andrew Stone has taught me so many things that will stick with me for the rest of my life, and I’m one of many that worked with him, and was impacted in an insanely valuable way.
He taught me how to take what I do from good to great, and that church doesn’t have to suck.
I’m sure heaven sounds a little better now. I’ll see you on the other side, Stone.