Andrew Howard (Howie) Dunlop

September 15, 1930 to February 25, 2018


It is with profound sadness and love that we announce the passing of a very dear father, grandfather, soul mate and friend on the evening of February 25, 2018. Howie passed peacefully away at home surrounded by family and friends.

Born and raised in Montreal, Howie is predeceased by his parents Andrew and Elizabeth and brother Stewart.

Howie was an employee of 42 years at Northern Telecom and ended his career there as director of Marketing of Canada and the U.S.A. He retired in Florida.

In 2001 Howie found a reason to move to Newfoundland permanently with his soul mate Ann. He dearly loved all of Ann’s relatives and friends and the ways and friendliness of out port Newfoundland.

He is survived by his beloved Ann, sons David (Kathy), and Steven (Liza), daughters Sandra (Dennis), and Donna (Robin) and his loving grandchildren Victoria, Michael, Andrew, Julia, Alexandra, Erica and Brett.

A lifetime of thanks is extended to Lillian Dunlop – mother of his children. Thank to his special church family and those who were with him during his illness and subsequent passing.

Cremation has taken place. Relatives and friends may visit the family at Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road, on Thursday, March 1 from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. A service of thanksgiving will be held at St. Thomas Church on Friday, March 2 at 11 a.m.

No Flowers by request. Donations in Howie’s memory may be made to the St. Thomas Church Building Fund of which he was a committee member.


“Faith, hope and love abide and the greatest of those is love”



2-4 p.m. on March 1, 2018

7-9 p.m. on March 1, 2018

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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11:00am, Friday March 2nd

St. Thomas Church

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Auntie Ann
Our sincere condolences on the passing of the sweet kind and gentle soul , Howie. Thinking of you at this sad time Sending love and hugs.
Sheila & Richard

Remembering a wonderful car journey from Fundon to Montreal with my Uncle Howie to spend one of my most memorable summers with my big cousins and my Auntie Lil. I think it was my first Canadian “road trip.” Thank you uncle for beginning the first of my many journeys. Thinking about you and sending lots of love from England to Lillian, David, Stephen, Sandy and Donna + family & friends xoxo

Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of your dear loved one. Howie was a fine gentleman and will be dearly missed by all of us who had the pleasure of his company. I hope your memories of happy times spent together will help to ease your heartache at this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. R.I.P dear Howie
“When a loved one becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure”

Ann, So sorry to learn of Howie’s death. Our sincere condolences. Ruby & John L:egge

Aunt Ann;

So sorry to hear of Howies passing .WE were so fortunate to have met such a pleasant and kind person..I always remember how our kids loved talking to him and he to them….Our thoughts and prayers are with you…
Love…Mildred and Cyril

Dear Aunt Ann,
Were so very sorry to hear of Howie’s passing. Wish i could be there with you during this difficult time. Howie was a very kind and gentle soul, we have been very lucky to have ,had him part of our family. Howie is in some of my favourite memories. Know that the mark he left is a great one and because of this he’ll never really be gone. My deepest condolences to you and Howie’s family during this difficult time. xoxo Una and Floyd and Family.

Auntie Ann,
So sorry to hear of Howie’s passing. He will be greatly missed. It was always wonderful to see both of you when you came to Cap Breton to visit us. Sending lots of love, wish we could be for you.

Love your little Lisa and one of your CB “boyfriends” Allan XOXO

Dear Aunt Ann,
We’re so very sorry to hear of Howie’s passing. Howie was a dear gentleman who showed kindness and took interest in anyone lucky enough to be in his company. He always made you feel like part of the family and he felt like part of ours. I do know that both of my dear parents enjoyed time together with you guys. He is in good company now. I sure wish I could be with you right now ! Xox Judy and Gary and Family

My heart goes out to Ann. She made Howie so happy and gave so much of herself to him. My heart also goes out to his children who loved him so much. Howie was and is my father-in-law. I loved him very much. He was fun, funny,, intelligent generous and warm-hearted. We had many heart to heart discussions and he advised me and helped me on many things including career, children and home. The world is a dimmer place without him. Carolyn

Ann, Family & Friends of Howie

Just to note that I failed to identify ourselves in
the preceding message!!!

Dear Ann, Family & Friends of Howie;
It is with deep sadness that I received word of Howie’s passing. I first met Howie in my Bible study group when I returned to St. Thomas’ a few years ago. Howie would often add so many helpful insights into the various passages of scripture we might be covering . Thus, began our friendship and christian fellowship which we have enjoyed so much together. He always displayed that warm and pleasant sense of humor whenever we had occasion to meet. We now commend his spirit to a loving Lord, and pray for God’s peace in this our time of bereavement. Every blessing!
Bill & Rowena Rice

Dear Ann,
So very sorry to hear of your loss of your soulmate.. .. Howie.
My thoughts are with you. So happy that you had this wonderful relationship . No one more deserving of happiness than you.
Sincere condolences to all of Howie’s family.
Valerie Hodder

We are saddened to hear of Howie’s passing. Our deepest sympathy to you and also to Howie’s children and extended family. We will miss sitting behind Howie in church and having a chat with him. He was always such a pleasant,friendly man and we enjoyed getting to know him. Our thoughts & prayers are with you now and we pray that you’re able to take comfort not only in your memories but also in your faith that we know Howie shared.
Love & hugs Margo & Bill Hand

Ann and Family, Jeanette & I were very saddened to hear of Howie’s passing. Always the big smile and friendly greeting Howie was a wonderful Christian gentleman.
The contributions made by you and Howie to parish life at St. Thomas’ are greatly appreciated.
May God Bless you as you celebrate Howie’s life.

Deepest condolences to Ann and all concerned family.

Ann, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time. Although I never met Howie, I heard so many good things about him and what a loving person he was. Take comfort in knowing that he is now in the arms of God and will look out for you from beyond. Love, hugs and prayers.

David, Kathy, Victoria and extended family,

We are very sorry for the loss of your Dad, David. We are thinking of you at this time,

Al and Jill Noftall, Montreal

We are so very sorry for your loss. We wish we could be there for a hug. K
Know that you were deeply loved and let your precious memories comfort you.
Marion & Jim Tizzard

To Anne & Family Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. We will always remember the happy times we spent with you and Howie. Howie really became one of our large extended family and loved by all. Love and God Bless. Mildred Trevor & Family.

Ann and Family,

Our sincere condolence to you all during this difficult time.
Ann, I am only a phone call away if you need anything.

Linda Quinlan(Don)

Ann. So sorry to hear of Howie”s passing. Our thoughts are with you and all the family members.

Dear All,
I’m sorry I’m not with you. Thinking of you and your Dad at this sad time.

So sorry to hear about your loss. We won’t be able to visit because we are not in the province but I will be thinking of you as you go through this difficult time.

We are so sorry to hear that you have lost the love of your life,Howie,always the gentleman.
Wish we could be there to help comfort you at this time,however we know you will be surrounded by family and your circle of wonderful friends.
Your can take great comfort in knowing you supported Howie right to the end.
May The love and blessing of our Lord be with you now and always.

Kevin and Lillian