Andrew Hogan Maxam, 22, also known as “Andy” or “Maxi”, passed away February 22, 2020, from injuries sustained from a motorcycle accident on January 14, 2020. He was born August 11, 1997 to Doug and Patti Maxam. He graduated from Clinton Central School in 2016. Andy went to Southeast Lineman Training Center in Trenton, Georgia to become a Lineman, graduating in December of 2016. Upon graduating he came home to be with family as his grandfather was ill. Anybody who knew Andy, knew he was his own person. Andy loved his family and friends and worked hard at everything he did. He enjoyed his toys, cars, motorcycles and jet skis. Andy has worked hard since he was about 12 to save money and take care of himself. He received his Class A license at 19 while in Georgia and on his 21st birthday went to NYS DMV to get his license updated. He made sure he had enough money to pay his own way and took much pride in that. Andy has worked full-time since he graduated. He always had a job doing whatever it takes. He was currently employed with the Village of Clinton, Jury Lawn Care and helped his aunt & uncle at Pryor TEC services when needed. Andy leaves behind his parents Doug & Patti; his brother Tommy; his dog Ollie; and his grandmother Janice Hogan. He also has many aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family, Michael Hogan, Rich and Bonnie Maxam, Ed and Julie Maxam, Steve and Ginny Maxam, Ryan Hogan, Tricia Hogan, Theresa Karrat, Cassie, Brad and Bradley Aldrich, Eddie, Nicole and Nathan Maxam, Richie Maxam, Steve, Molly and Eden Maxam, Roger Maxam, Jenny Maxam, Tess Maxam, Breana Karrat and fiance Troy, Grace Hogan, Patrick Hogan, Jonathon Hogan, Tyler Dell, also Roy, Megan, Lissa and Aiden Gagnon. Andy also leaves behind some very special friends LeeAnn Chesebro, Marcus Burkle, Joan Allaire & Nick Kowalczyk. A lot of people have looked out for Andy over the years especially Coach Jury and Coach Cal who meant the world to Andy. Andy is predeceased by his grandparents Richard & Patricia Hogan and Richard & Nancy Maxam. As a family we cannot express how grateful we are for all the people, strangers, family and friends who have been a constant in our lives since the accident. The strangers who stopped and helped at the scene, Mercy Flight, New Hartford Police & Fire, and Edwards Ambulance. Also all the staff at Upstate Medical Hospital, especially Unit 9F, who not only took care of Andy, but his family too. All are invited to call from 4-7pm Thursday, February 27, 2020 at Owens-Pavlot & Rogers Funeral Service, 35 College St., Clinton. Funeral services will be held at 10am Friday at the funeral home. Please consider donations in Andy’s memory to Upstate Foundation, Attn: Fr. Walter Cannan Family Assistance Endowment, Room 326 Campus Activities Bldg, 750 E. Adams St., Syracuse, NY 13210 – a fund to help patients’ families - or a charity of your choice.