Controller
Kristina Deddold

Kristina has 17 years’ experience in finance and banking.  She started her career in banking in upstate NY working for Bank of America.  In 2002 she made the adventurous move to NC where she continued her career working for First Union which is now Wachovia. Shortly after her move to NC her parents, Mike & Lynn McAndrew, the owners of Andy Lewis Heating & Air decided NC sounded so good, they also made the move. Within a year, they purchased Andy Lewis Heating & Air Conditioning. 

Fast forward a few years down the road, and the company really started to grow.  Kristina decided to leave her position as an Auditor at a local mortgage company to join the family business as the financial Controller. She has now been with the company over 12 years.

Kristina's family is one of the most important things to her.  She is the mother of two beautiful children, a daughter in middle school and a son in Elementary.  When she is not working she stays busy with her children's extracurricular activities, like competitive dance, cheer, & soccer.  When she has a few free moments to spare, Kristina loves to get creative... designing something, sewing, crocheting, drawing/sketching, or photography.

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