The Rt. Hon. Thomas Gordon Andrews (b. July 6, 1937) was the President of Georgeland from October 1997 to January 1999.
|Position||11th President of Georgeland|
|Term in office||October 16, 1997 - January 1, 1999|
|Preceded by||Donald Davis|
|Succeeded by||Susan O'Byrne|
|Total time in office||1 year, 2 months, 15 days|
|Born||July 6, 1937|
|Spouse||Margaret Andrews (married 1966)|
Andrews was a Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Scoita prior to his appointment. He was chosen to be Georgeland's 11th President after the death in office of his predecessor, Donald Davis.
After a year in office, Andrews announced he did not wish to serve beyond 1999, and requested the government select a replacement. President Andrews did not reveal why he had chosen to retire until late 1999, when he announced he had stepped down because he was suffering from severe depression.
Since leaving office, Andrews has become a spokesman for depression and has written two books on the subject.
|President of Georgeland|
October 11, 1997 - January 1, 1999