Born: August 8, 1875, Sunne, Värmland, Sweden.
Died: November 7, 1943, Rockford, Illinois.
Buried: Scandinavian Cemetery, Rockford, Illinois.
Andrew was the son of hymnist Nils Frykman, and husband of Ruth Elizabeth Skogsbergh.
He was educated at North Park College and Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois, and Montana Wesleyan University.
He served as president of Northwestern College, Minneapolis, Minnesota (1901–04), then at Mission Covenant churches in Superior, Wisconsin; Jamestown, New York; Wausa, Nebraska; and Rockford, Illinois.
In Rockford, he founded the first radio station in the city. In the last years of his career, Frykman was the Covenant director of evangelism, retiring in 1943.