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September 20, 2018

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November 3, 2017
Dear Bonnie, Lori, Pat, Mary, Bill and Families, We are thinking of all of you and sending our sincere condolences.
Mugsie Bailey
Richard & Takami Phelan
October 31, 2017
Uncle Andy was my favourite uncle. He bought my first Barbie doll which I never forgot. The kindest soul that will truly be missed. I have so many fond memories from childhood and will cherish them always.

Debby (Kit) Sheppy
LaSalle, Ontario, Canada
October 27, 2017
Oh Pat, I am so sorry for your loss. hugs to all.
October 23, 2017
I visited Andrew on a regular basis for the past year as a volunteer for Care Dimensions. From the very first visit Andrew always had a smile to give and a twinkle in his eyes. He enjoyed having company and over the following months I got to know the wonderful and giving gentleman that he was. I would bring him flowers from my garden,which he loved to touch and smell. On my last visit with Andrew we listened to a gentleman sing Irish songs, and Andrew sang a few words and clapped his hands with the music. I found out from a nurse that he loved dancing and even gave her a dance lesson years ago that she recounted fondly. I am privleged to have known Andrew and know that he was loved by many and will be surely missed. I picture him smiling down at us as he dances a waltz with his beloved wife. Karen