Andrew N. Weissman
Andy Weissman was born in Los Angeles on April 15, 1950 and moved with his parents, Alvin and Gloria Weissman, to Culver City in 1952. He and his wife Doneil were married in 1987. Between them they have five children: Adam, Lauren, Guy, Cory and Jamie; and five grandchildren: Luke, Jake, Cambria, Ava and Ori.
Andy went to Culver and Linda Vista Elementary Schools, Culver Jr. High and graduated from Culver High in 1968. He received his bachelor degree from California State University, Northridge and his law degree from Loyola Marymount University in 1976.
Alvin H. Weissman and Stuart Arkin opened the Law Offices of Arkin and Weissman in Culver City in 1955 and Andy has practiced law with Arkin and Weissman since 1976.
Andy has an extensive history of community service. Since 1976, he has served on the Planning Commission, the Civil Service Commission and the Human Services and Parks Commission. Andy has been: a Member of the City Hall Advisory Committee, Member of the Culver City’s, Strategic Planning Committee, “Direction 21” Committee , chaired the Culver City Charter Review Committee, and chaired Yes on Measure V, the Culver City Charter Amendment that was approved by voters in 2006 and resulted in sweeping changes to the City Charter. He has also served as a member of the Bio-Ethics Committees at both Washington Medical Center and Brotman Medical Center, is past president of the Culver City Convention & Visitors Bureau, has been a member of the board of managers at Culver-Palms Family YMCA for more than 25 years, past chairman of the Fiesta La Ballona Committee, past president of the Culver City Conventions and Visitors Bureau, past president of the Culver City Tournament of Roses Association and was a founding board member of the Rotary Plaza senior citizen housing project. He is the immediate past president of the Downtown Business Association and immediate past board chair of the Culver-Palms Family YMCA.
Andy was elected to the City Council in April 2008 and re-elected in April 2012.