Andrew worked in our Illinois office, so we didn't get to work together on projects as much as I would have liked (probably up to 10 times per year), but I always looked forward to the chance to work with him. Andrew would work tirelessly through unbearable heat and humidity that would have most biologists retreating to the air conditioned office, and downpoors that would cause some people to start building arks. Often times when we would have fieldwork together, Andrew would have already put in an hour or two in the office before we met up in the field. Amazingly, Andrew never complained. He will truly be missed.
Good luck, Andrew, as you begin your career with the Corps!