Andrew James Wilkins

April 14, 1980 to April 29, 2018

Obituary

 

With broken hearts we announce the sudden passing of our treasured son Andrew at St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital on Sunday, April 29, 2018.

Predeceased by his Grandparents Nathaniel and Elva Wilkins and Hans and Flora Noseworthy.

Left with cherished memories his loving and devoted parents Barry and Glenda Wilkins, his brother and best friend Matthew and wife Aimee.  Also leaving to mourn Aunts and Uncles, John and Patricia Holwell, Paul and Marion Wilkins, Don and Gail Lambert, Greta Melville ( Barry Fraser), Louise  Noseworthy (John Dalton), Hans Noseworthy (Susan Inder). Cousins Chris Holwell, Julia Holwell, Sydney Wilkins, Danette Spurrell (Chris) Donnie Lambert (Valorie), Brian Lambert (Candice Coady), Jennifer Lambert (Bill Callahan), Denise Dunne (Barry), Shannon McCarter (Andrew Baird), Ian McCarter (Emilia Wojciechowska), Hans Noseworthy Jr., Hillary Noseworthy, Harrison Noseworthy and their families. Great Uncle George and Aunt Sarah Chafe, Mary Anna White, Dorothy Helm, Len Newhook, girlfriend Jennifer Snook and her children.  A large circle of extended family, close friends, his dedicated team at Drip Addict Inc., his business associates and the vape community. Not to forget his four legged buddy Bricklin. A Special Thank You to the First Responders and the Emergency Medical Team at St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital. Visitation will take place at Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road on Saturday, May 5th and Sunday May 6th from 1:00 to 4:00p.m. and 6:00 to 9:00p.m.   Funeral service will be held on Monday, May 7th at 2:00p.m. at the Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.  Interment to follow at a later date. Flowers gratefully accepted or donations made in Andrew’s memory to the Gathering Place.

 

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.” – Helen Keller

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Visitations

1-4 p.m. on May 5, 2018

6-9 p.m. on May 5, 2018

1-4 p.m. on May 6, 2018

6-9 p.m. on May 6, 2018

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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2:00pm, Monday May 7th

Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
Church Street, St. John's


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Dear Glenda, Barry, Matthew and family,
We were so sorry to hear of your dear Andrew’s death. We remember him as such a kind, considerate and talented soccer player, as well as a super older brother to Matthew. Our memories of your lovely family are still in our hearts.
The Vaisius Family (Cowichan Bay, BC))

To my dear friend, Glenda, and Barry, Matthew and family. We are so deeply sorry of your loss. No parent should ever have to part ways with their children. Its gut wrenching to know how you are feeling and our thoughts and prayers have been with you since we’ve heard. This is my third attempt to pass on my condolences. Hopefully this one works. So sorry you’re receiving this so late. I will be in touch. Love Ros, Brian, Rodney, Sara & Kathrine 🙁

Glenda and Barry, please know that I am thinking of you and family. I remember spending a special evening at your home with Andrew. So very sorry for your lose. With love, Jan

Glenda and Barry,
So sorry to learn of the loss of your son. My heartfelt condolences to you both and my thoughts are with you.

so very sorry for the loss of Andrew. We went to school together but we were never very close. He will be still missed. So sad that someone so young has been taken too soon. your in my thoughts and prayers.

Glenda, please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers as you face this difficult time. I did not know Andrew, but I remember how lovingly you spoke of him when you and I worked together at the Department of Education. From reading the many comments about him, I know he was an amazing person. My husband, Wilson, joins with me in sending you and your family our heartfelt condolences.
Kind regards,
Myrtis Guy

Barry & Glenda, it is with a heavy heart that we write this note of condolence. We were shattered to learn of Andrew’s passing. We have you in our thoughts and prayers.

We are so sorry for the loss of you son, Andrew. May your memories comfort you at this difficult time.

Barry, Glenda and Matthew,

I have no words other than to offer my most sincere and heartfelt condolences on the passing of Andrew. I remember seeing him and Matthew around the soccer field for years.
Remember the good times spent with him.

Barry, Glenda and Matthew,
May God embrace your hearts with much needed
comfort through this difficult time.
Extending deep and heartfelt sympathy to you and your family.

Barry ,Glenda and Matthew,our sincere and deepest condolances upon hearing of the sudden passing of your son Andrew.May your cherished memories help you through this most difficult time.

Tom and Pam Phillips

Glenda, Barry and family –
So sorry for your loss, our hearts are with you.

Love,
Darryl, Cheryl and family

Barry, Glenda, Matthew,
My deepest condolences on the loss of your son Andrew.
You have my deepest sympathy.

Sincerely,
Damian Lee

Glenda & family. So sorry to hear of the loss of your son. Thoughts & prayers are with you at this difficult time.

Glenda and family, So very sorry to hear about the passing of your son, Andrew. Thinking of you so often at this difficult time. Sincere condolences.

Barry and Glenda,
John and I are out of town but our thoughts and prayers are with you today.
With love,
John and Lisa

So sorry for your loss, Glenda. Thinking of you and your family at this incredibly difficult time. Wishing you strength

A great footballer, good captain and nice humorous guy. So glad I met him in such good spirits about 3 months ago. Kevin in UK writes ‘ so sorry to hear. I remember him fondly’

Glenda, Barry and Matthew, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Andrew was so full of life and i’ll always remember how contagious his laugh and smile was. He will be missed. My deepest condolences.

Glenda and Barry. We are so sorry to learn of the sudden passing of your son Andrew. Our thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time and we extend our sincere condolences to you all

Barry Glenda Matthew and family, We were so shocked to hear of sweet Andrew’s passing at such a young age. We fondly remember him from our soccer days when our son Mike played with Matthew and all the boys & girls were in awe watching the very talented Wilkins brothers play ball. Andrew was so kind & generous to all the kids who were thrilled to learn from him. Hold your beautiful memories close while you try to deal with the terrible loss of your son. Andrew was a fine young man cherished by so many & will never be forgotten. God Bless. Gordie & Rhonda O’Brien.

Glenda & Barry. So saddened to hear of Andrew’s passing. Thinking of you all during this terrible ordeal. God Bless you all.

Glenda & Barry. So saddened to hear of Andrew’s passing. Thinking of you all during this terrible ordeal. God Bless you all.

Glenda, Barry, Matthew

Our deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of Andrew.

Glenda, Barry, Matthew, and Aimee

I want extend my deepest condolences on the passing of Andrew. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time.

Matthew, Glenda and Barry,

I am very saddened to hear of the passing of Andrew. Please accept my deepest condolences during this difficult time. He was a great friend for many years, and I looked up to him like a brother. He was thoughtful, generous, and extremely loyal to all that knew him.

I will cherish all of the memories we shared, many of which have been coming to mind throughout week. He was truly one of a kind.

Glenda and Barry: Our deepest condolences to you and your family on the sudden passing of Andrew. It’s hard to find the words to say at a time like this, but please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. May special memories help to bring you through this sad time. Sincerely, Bonnie and Charlie

I was very saddened to hear of Andrew’s passing. He will truly be missed. My thoughts and prayers will be with you all as you mourn your loss.

Glenda, Barry, Matthew, Aimee, the Noseworthy and Wilkins families , Andrew’s friend Jennifer and her children and his wide circle of family and friends,
My sincere condolences to you on the sudden passing of your cherished Andrew. Your loss is so great and your hurt so deep. Words do not come easy but please know you have all been in my thoughts throughout this week. My heart aches for you and your unfathomable loss. May you be upheld by each other and comforted by the wonderful memories of a young man who clearly has left his mark in the hearts of all who knew him.

Glenda & Barry,
So sorry to hear. the news of your son’s untimely passing.
My simcere condolences..
Anne Hughes

Too young and too soon. Hold on to the previous memories., to carry you through. Sending our most heartfelt condolences to the whole family. Jim and Jane Hildebrand , formerly of Twillingate.

Glenda,Barry and Matthew Remembering you in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. I pray that God will hold you in the hollow of His hand and grant you strength to face tomorrow. My sincerest condolences to you all! Hugs!

Glenda, Barry.
My sincere condolences on the death of your son. The loss of a child is a loss like no other. I am so sorry.

We were sadden to hear of this terrible news .you are in our in our prayers wish I could be there with you at this time.

Barry and Glenda
I am so sorry for you loss. My prayers are you at this trying time.

Glenda and Barry,
You and your family are in our hearts and minds. We fondly remember those years in Portugal Cove when the boys were young. We always remember you as such devoted parents to two active boys. While Matthew spent more time with us, Andrew was often near too. We recall him as a wonderful young man and he was especially kind to our younger boys. Our heart felt thoughts and prayers are with you during this terrible time. May you know God’s peace and comfort through it all!

Glenda and Barry, so sorry to learn of the passing of your son Andrew. Please accept our sincere sympathy. Our thoughts are with you. We are out of the province and unable to visit.
Clarence and Betty Morgan

Glenda and Barry, So sorry to learn of the loss of your beloved son. Please accept my condolences . May you find comfort in your memories and the acts of love and affection of those around you.
Norah O’ Reilly

Our sincere condolences to you at this very sad time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

To Glenda Barry Arlene and I wish to offer you both, our Sincerest and deepest Sympathy, on the sudden loss of you son. No words can express the deep sadness of such a loss. May you be comforted by the Sadness expressed by all your many friends who also share your loss. We come into this world and we leave this world, it is not under our control. such is life. May G-D almighty comfort you and may you be spared further sorrow. David and Arlene

Dear Glenda and family.

I was deeply saddened to hear of Andrew’s passing especially at such a young age. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Hugs.

Glenda, Barry, Matthew, Aimee & Family,
We pray that words of condolences will help aleve your heartbreak and total devastation in the sudden loss of your dear Andrew. May your loving memories of Andrew, your Faith and the love and closeness of your family ease the pain in your heart and bring you comfort and peace.
Our love, our thoughts and our prayers are with you all.
God Bless,
Claudette & Jeff

Barry, Glenda, Matthew and Aimee,

Words cannot express the sorrow we feel , our hearts are truly broken over the passing of Andrew., so we join in your sorrow and send our deepest condolences .
There’s been a bittersweet roller coaster of emotions, circling us these days, as we try to imagine the void, Andrew leaves in our lives while at the same time filling our hearts with memories that live on!
We have great memories of Andrew when we lived in Portugal Cove, the countless hours he spent at our house with the boys and the many years of soccer! Andrew, just didn’t come into our home he came into our hearts- we loved Andrew. We knew he had great potential to do anything he wanted and be successful! Andrew was an influencer and I often said that he was a leader among leaders but he doesn’t know it- you see Andrew led out of a place of serving not ruling, because of his humble spirit!
In 2014 I( Joan) encountered Andrew ,not by chance, but by fate we had a beautiful meeting. I was elated to see him and he still beamed that infectious smile!!! He took life seriously but not himself. I learned of some of Andrew’s challenges that day and reassured him he will overcome and he did!!! We stayed in contact on and off. I was proud of all his hard work and determination that paid off!
Andrew loved deeply, especially his parents and best bud Matthew! Andrew loved people of all walks of life, he seemed to know everyone – he truly was an ‘old’ soul! No matter what Andrew had he would freely give it if he knew there was a need!
Andrew now leaves a legacy of knowledge and memories , to those he impacted daily, along his journey – while it was brief his life definitely had purpose!
I believe Andrew’s life is clear evidence of this ….
” You can’t go back and change the beginning , but you can start where you are and change the ending.” C.S. Lewis
Loved dearly and missed but never forgotten.

Glenda, Barry & Famiky. We are so so sorry to hear if your young sons passing ….know this is a very difficult time for you all. We wish you inner peace and strength as you move forward with the cherished memories of your beloved son Andrew.

Glenda and Barry……. What can I say? It is not fair that Andrew was taken much too early, So very sad to see him go. My heart aches for you and Matthew.
Love and wishing your comfort……John Flood

Glenda and Barry, we were deeply sorry to learn of your dear son’s untimely passing. We send you and your family our most sincere condolences. Gerry and Alice, Nova Scotia (formerly of Topsail)

My deepest sympathahies to all the family, I am truly sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing, a great guy and a true competitor to play against on the soccer field.

I never know what to say in these circumstances. Even more so now as Andrew was such an amazing person. I can only imagine the pain everyone must feel right now. I am so sorry for your loss.

I met Andrew when he applied to adopt one of my foster dogs, Bricklin. I tend to be very protective of my fosters. It’s hard not to when you live with and fall in love with them. And Bricklin was with me for over a year. But it soon became clear from my conversations with Andrew that he was the perfect match for my big cuddly lug of a pup. Seeing the joy they brought each other after he arrived confirmed it was the right choice. I loved hearing the many updates since and exchanging a plethora of pics and video. As a foster mom, seeing how happy they both were really helped me adjust to Bricklin’s absence. We would talk for hours and hours about Bricklin and it was through these conversations that it became clear what a close circle of friends and family Andrew had. I loved hearing him burst with pride after he introduced Brick to each person he was close to. It was so heartwarming. And I could feel the love even from far far away. He was such a genuinely nice loving person. So easy to talk to. So sweet. I will miss those conversations. It’s so hard to imagine I’ll never receive another Andrew/Bricklin cuddle pic to brighten my day. I am glad for the time that they had together. He loved Bricklin every bit as much as I do, and as a foster that’s the best you can ever ask for. Andrew will be missed by so many. My heartfelt condolences to his friends and family.

Glenda and Barry,
Words cannot express the deep sadness we are feeling for this sudden loss. We wish we could be there in person to let you know how much we are thinking about you and your family.
Sadie and Tony

Dear Glenda, Barry, Matthew, Aimee

Our hearts go out to you. Andrew was so generous with his good spirit and empathy. He shared so much with so many. We remember his super and considerate coaching of the girls’ soccer teams. Everyone loved Andrew. Everyone still does.
Janet and Bill Montevecchi

Barry ,Glenda,Matthew and family
So sorry to hear this devastating news. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and we send our deepest sympathy.
Sincerely,
Doug & Jean Crosbie

We are truly sorry to hear of the loss of Andrew. Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you. You are all in our thoughts. God bless

Sue and Ed Pearce and family.

Barry and Glenda – We were shocked and saddened to learn recently of your loss of your precious son. We extend our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. May your happy memories of Andrew bring you peace and comfort at this difficult time and keep him alive in your hearts forever.

Barry, Glenda and Matthew,
Wherever a beautiful soul has been there is a trail of beautiful memories. May you feel his loving arms around you.
Our deepest sympathy on Andrew’s passing.
Herb and Nicole

To Barry and Glenda, We do not know what to say. You are on our minds and we are sharing your sorrows. Best wishes to you and your family as you struggle with your sorrows and your mourning.
Our very sincere sympathy,
Rex and Marge

Glenda I am so sorry to hear about Andrew’s passing. Thinking of you and your family as you go through this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Sending loving condolences from Toronto. My heart breaks for Andrew’s family. Gone way too soon.

Glenda, Barry, Matthew and Aimee We are so very sorry to hear the devastating news about your dear son and brother, Andrew. From our many chats over the years we have known each other, it was evident your sons came first and foremost and your pride in their many accomplishments shone through. Please accept our sincere sympathy. Love and hugs. Sue and Michael Murray

I can’t imagine what you are all are going through and only wish I could offer some words to wash away even a tiny morsel of your sorrow. My husband, Jeff, and I met Andrew when we were asked by Sit With Me Rescue to do the home visit that ultimately gave the green light for Andrew to adopt Bricklin. We knew within minutes of meeting Andrew that he was the perfect fit. So welcoming; an open book; not pretending to be someone he wasn’t. He had a friend pop by unannounced during the home visit and instead of turning them away he invited them in for us to meet. We could tell that Andrew had a heart bigger than anyone I ever encountered. I am so happy to be a small part in his story with Bricklin. Andrew and I kept in touch since that day and his love for that pup grew stronger each day that passed. He spoke so highly of his entire family and was very much in love with Jennifer and her children. My heart has ached for you all since hearing the news. Please know you are all in the thoughts of so many people….Andrew was a bright light in this all to darkened world….that is a true testament to his family and the people he surrounded himself with. Sending prayers, Darlene and Jeff Hopkins.

Barry and Glenda,
We are saddened to hear of Andrew’s passing. Although it has been many years since those Under 15 soccer days, I often think of that talented young man with the uncanny nack for finding the back of the net.
Please know that Dee and I have you in our thoughts.
Les and Dee

Barry Glenda and Matthew.
So sorry to heard of Andrew’s passing. We definitely can say we know how you feel as we lost our darling daughter at the young age of 30. Someone once wrote that when a husband looses his wife he becomes a widower, When a wife looses a husband she becomes a widow, but when a parent looses a child there is no name for it because it is that bad, People say that time heals but, I always say new memories are created. Stay strong and yes life does go on. We are in Florida but our thoughts are with you.

So sorry to hear this sad news, thinking of you all at this difficult time. Take care!

Glenda/Barry…was saddened to read of your loss…my condolences to you both…

Glenda and Barry. So sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved son Andrew. Keep the memories in your hearts forever and cherish them always. I am thinking of you in this terrible time. My sincere condolences

Glenda and Barry: Andrew was always special to us. Our memories of him go back to his childhood in Portugal Cove when you lived across the road. When we brought Joseph home from St. Clare’s Hospital, Andrew was his first visitor and was also the first person to hold him outside the family and hospital staff . We spoke about that often over the years . I can still see it in my mind.
Your grief has to be unimaginable. We are all thinking of you as you go through this difficult time.
Joe and family

Barry and Glenda
So sorrry to hear of Andrews sudden passing, thinking of you both at this most difficult time.
Greg and MaryBeth Twining
Florida

Barry and Glenda
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Pat and Robin Hussey

Glenda and Barry… Very sorry to hear of your son’s passing. Please know that others are thinking of you at this difficult time..

Dearest Barry, Glenda and family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this incredibly difficult time.
Everett and Dianne

Barry, Glenda and family,
We are sad to hear of the passing of your beloved son, Andrew. Just remember he is still alive in your hearts and minds. Hold on to the memories they will help you though this difficult time. Our prayers and thoughts are with you,
Marie, Leslie & family

Rest in peace Andrew and keep riding in heaven. You will be missed by many till we meet again

Sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing, thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

Barry, Glenda and Matthew,
There are no words to express our sorrow upon learning of Andrew’s passing. We cannot begin to imagine your pain but know that you have been in our thoughts constantly. May your memories bring you comfort and the love of family and friends sustain you in the coming days.
We are out of the Province but we will reach out to you when we get home.
Much love,
Gerry and Lynn

Glenda and Barry, please accept our heartful condolences upon the passing of your son Andrew. Words can’t express our sadden we are to hear of your lost and it is hard to understand how you are feeling at this time. Memories will last forever. So hold on to them and they will bring you comfort.

Glenda Barry Matthew and family, so so sorry to hear of Andrew’s s passing. My heart is so heavy – I can only imagine the grief you are feeling. He was a wonderful young man and his loss must be devastating. Hang onto the memories and hang onto each other -your family and your new grandchild will help you get through this. I will be out of the country for the wake and the funeral but will be thinking of you and sending you much love and hugs. Jocelyn.

Words seem inadequate to express the sorrow felt by the loss of Andrew.My heart is with you.

‘Those we love don’t go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen,unheard,but always
near,
Still loved,still missed and very
dear.

Barry and Glenda,
Our deepest condolences on the loss of your son, Andrew. May your memories sustain and bring comfort to you during this difficult season.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Allan & Verna LeMoine.

Barry, Glenda, & Matthew,
I’m so sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing. I am thinking of you all during this unthinkable time.

So many beautiful childhood memories come to mind. The most reflective of Andrew has to be the time Paul put gum in my hair during a boat tour of Western Brook Pond. I was so upset and embarrassed and Andrew went out of his way to comfort me.

He was kind and compassionate to everyone. It was his superpower and it will surely be his legacy.

Glenda and Barry, we are very sorry to hear of Andrews passing.

Andrew its your old and dear friend Corey Thomas ,we have always remained friends over the years ,I’ve been away yes but when I came home for vacation we always saw each other.all the memories of growing up together have came flooding back and my heart is heavy today bit you are and have been a huge inspiration to those who had the pleasure of knowing you buddy.I am so proud to have been a part of your life and I’ll always cherish your memory ,love you man and we’ll definitely see each other some day soon, I know it.my condolences to barry ,Glenda and Mathew you were always fantastic people and neighbors to me,all my love Andrew ,heaven awaits you

So sorry to hear of Andrews passing, I will always remember playing soccer and running around Portugal Cove when we were kids. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time!

I am heartbroken to hear of Andrew’s passing. He was a wonderful person; thoughtful, kind, funny, resilient, immeasureable strength, courageous, smart, loving and had the biggest smile. Sending my heartfelt condolences to Andrew’s family and friends.

Please accept our sincere condolences on Andrew’s passing. Trusting that God will give you the strength that you need at this difficult time.

Sorry to hear of your loss of Andrew our love and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Mabel and Len Norris

Barry, Glenda & Matthew, so sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing. we are thinking of you during this difficult time.

Ralph Acreman and Family

D.ear Glenda and family.

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your son. It is truly devastating for you. You have my deepest sympathy.

Kay Matthews

Glenda and Barry, we are just so saddened by Andrew’s passing! Our girls have such fond memories of their time spent with him! May you hold dear all the joyous times you have spent together!
Betty and Carl Cooper

Matthew, Family and Friends – We are sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing. Andrew had an irresistible smile that could light up any room. We will always remember Andrew’s kindness. During this difficult time, we hope you can find solace in the beautiful memories you shared together

Sincerely,

Kitty Coates (nee Dillon) & Ian (Maddigan) Coates

Mr. & Mrs. Wilkins, Matthew & Family,
Words cannot begin to express how deeply sad and sorry I am to hear this sad news. Although Andrew and I hadn’t been in touch in recent years; he has always been someone I think about with fond memories. You have all been on my mind constantly throughout these past few days…Sending you love and praying for your strength. ❤️

Barry, Glenda and Family,

With heartfelt sympathy. Thinking of you at this very sad time.

Dear Glenda and Barry,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We were shocked and so sad when we heard the news. May your love for each other and the love of your family and friends help you cope during this difficult time. Our sincere condolences.

Dear Glenda,

Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your son. It breaks my heart to hear of such sadness. I am praying for peace as you remember your son and all the special times you had while he was here on earth, God Bless to you all.

My sincere condolences to you and your family Andrew was a wonderful person. I had many laughs with him in school. Another angel given his wings too soon. RIP my friend

Barry and Glenda and Family. We are so sorry to learn of Andrew`s sudden passing. Please accept our sincere condolences at this very sad time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Don and Dorothy French

To Mr. and Mrs. Wilkins, Matthew and Family,

I cannot begin to know how you are feeling at this very difficult time. Andrew was such an inspiration to so many people. I have seen that in the many posts I have read in the recent days. To me he was my best friend, we played in the back yard made mud pies, threw mud at each other, he was my protector from the bullies, we fought, we laughed, we cried, sometimes he made me cry. Like most of those childhood friends we grew apart. I remember all the hours I spent watching him play soccer…he was the best. I was lucky to have known him. He always held a special place in my heart.
We did cross paths in the past 20 years and I was always met with a hug and a smile and a remember when story. He was such a strong a feisty guy, full of charm, determination, and strength. He showed that everyday. He overcame obstacles and challenges that most would walk away from and helped others along the way.
He will be missed by many. I will miss him.
Rest easy buddy.

Amanda Stapleton (Janes)

To: Barry, Glenda, Matthew
So sorry to hear about Andrew’s passing. My deepest condolences to you and family.

I went to PWC with Andrew, I was so lucky to have known such a kind hearted and caring person. We will all miss his big smile and charming, funny personality, Take comfort in all of the good he has done, and memories you hold so dear. Please accept my deepest condolences to your family at this difficult time

I went have known such a kind heartedl and caring person. We will all miss his big smile and charming,funny personality, Take comfort in all of the good he has done, and memories you hold so dear. Please accept my deepest condolences to your family at this difficult time

I only knew Andrew for a short period of time but he was a genuine person who would give you the shirt off his back if it meant he was helping you in any way. Andrew will truly be missed.

I’m so sorry to hear about Andrew. He was always such a fun loving, guy and I remember him so well from PWC. I can’t imagine what your family is going through, and I hope this outpouring of support will comfort and strengthen your family in these difficult days.

Sharing in your sadness as you remember Andrew. We are thinking of you as celebrate his remarkable life.
Your buddies. Karen & George

Barry, Glenda and Family,
We are so sorry for your loss, please accept our deepest condolences.
Jim and Gail Vavasour

Dear Glenda. I was shocked and very sorry to hear the news of Andrew. I remember you talking about your little boy when you worked at the PSC, seems like yesterday. Big hug to you. Alison

Glenda, Barry, Matthew and Aimee,
Please accept our deepest condolences. Sorry we cannot be with you at this time, but know that since we heard this tragic news, you have been in our thoughts and prayers.
Dennis and Theresa Davis

Glenda and Barry,

Our hearts are breaking for you. Your love of family is evident in everything you say and do. Words can’t begin to express our sorrow for you.
We are out of the country at the moment or else we would express our condolences in person.

Glenda, Barry, Matthew & Aimee – Sending my condolences to you and your family. There are
many great memories of Andrew to draw from – my most memorable being some of the laughs we had at the wedding in Mexico – I’m sure you all have many from there as well. Praying you can find the same strength Andrew had to help you through this tough time.

Barry and Glenda, I am so very sorry for your loss. Keep your memories close to you. He will always be with you.

Dear Glenda and Barry,
Hal and I send our sincere condolences to you and your family. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Hal & Trixie Wight

Barry and Glenda, we cannot imagine the pain you are obviously experiencing with the death of your child. It’s so heartbreaking! Hold each other tight and wrap the memories of Andrew around you at this most difficult time. Our sincerest condolences to all the family. Peter and Kay Dimmell

Sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.
Cyril and Linda

Barry, Glenda, Matt and Aimee I don’t even know where to start. Andrew had really become a part of the Wyatt family over the past few years. I can’t remember being at any of our family functions and not seeing him there. He was one of the most welcoming, kind hearted and genuine people I have ever had the pleasure to meet. We will miss his big smile and larger than life personality, and Kelsi will miss her buddy.
Take comfort in all of the good he has done, and your treasured memories. You are all in our thoughts.

Dear Wilkins family,
Please let me join Andrew’s legion of supporters in offering most sincere condolences at this difficult time. Even though we had not been in regular contact since high school (where I was in awe of his soccer talents and he and my brother, Jeremy, were good buds), I was fortunate enough to catch up with Andrew a few times since 2014. His love for his family and life was so obvious in our chats, and he made had a special way of making people feel comfortable immediately. I feel lucky to have known him. Let us cherish the memories and may he rest in peace.
Sincerely,

Dear Glenda and Barry,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Glenda, you once said to me… “Andrew is a beautiful young man”, I never forgot that!
Words can not express the sorrow we feel. Our heartfelt condolences to you, to Matthew and Aimmie and to Andrew’s special friend Jennifer. Indeed to all your extended family.

Peter & Pat Hutton

Glenda, Barry & Matthew, Aimee,
We are so very sorry to hear of Andrew’s sudden death. We hope your beautiful memories of him give you strength and comfort.
We are out of the province and cannot attend in person but please know our thoughts and prayers are with and all of your family at this sad time.

Glenda and Family,
My heart aches for you. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I didn’t know Andrew of course but we chatted about family (children) when we worked at the Department of Education. I am so sorry for your loss. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Carol Thistle, Alberta

I am so sorry to hear about Andrew’s passing. He was a kind, warm, funny and genuine person who I am sure everyone who knew him loved. Amelia and I spent many weekends playing spotlight at your house and we saw the love in your home. We are all so lucky to have known Andrew. Thinking of you.

Glenda, Barry , Mathew and family,
My heart was broken when I heard the sad news . I have many find memories of his gorgeous smile and silky laugh. It has been many years since I had seen Andrew , but always tried to keep up to date with how he was doing . Please accept my deepest and heart felt condolences and hope to see you this week.

Tina Robinson ( Collins )

Glenda, Barry, Matthew and Aimee,
We are so very very sorry to hear of Andrews sudden passing. While we did not have the pleasure of knowing Andrew, we heard so many times what a lovely young, caring man he was.
May the many wonderful memories you have bring some comfort to you all at this heartbreaking time.
We are travelling and therefore cannnot visit in person , but rest assured you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Glenda and Barry and Family.
Please accept our deepest condolences on Andrews passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Rest peacefully Andrew.
Mark and Sandra

So sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing. I met Andrew way back at St. Lawrence elementary. Although we weren’t close as we grew older I’ll always remember his skill on the soccer field.

I went to school with Andrew and he was always so funny and fun to be around. I have heard from many of our old school friends over the past few days and even though some of us haven’t spoken to Andrew in years, we are just devastated by his passing. He told me back in high school I was his dream girl haha He was just so sweet. I’ll always hold a place for him in my heart. As I know he will to everyone who met him.

My deepest condolences to Andrew’s family, huge circle of friends, and all those who were lucky enough to be a part of his life.. He made everyone feel welcomed in his presence and was always there to help anyone that needed it. I will miss his sweet smile and our chats and jokes when I visit the shop! You will be missed Andrew xoxo

Matthew, Mr. and Mrs. Wilkins:
My heart breaks for you all at this difficult time. I feel so lucky to have spent so much time at your house throughout my teens. I can only hope my two little boys are as close as Matthew and Andrew were growing up. You are truly an amazing family and I always felt a part of that in your home. I hope the wonderful memories you have of Andrew keep you strong in this difficult time. Sending all our love to you. Kathy, Shawn, Cooper and Rhys

Glenda and Barry

So sorry for your loss.
My sincere condolences.

Cindy Holden

So sorry for your loss. My condolences to the whole family. Andrew was an amazing person.

Thinking of Andrews family at this very difficult time, he was a great person. I’m so sorry for your loss.

I’m sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing him- he made everyone feel welcome in his company. With deepest condolences,

So very sad to hear about Andrews’ passing. Growing up, we were always fortunate enough to have such a great group of close friends. Fond memories have be popping into my thoughts since I first heard of his passing. Thinking about those times fondly now. Andrews’ sense of humour, outgoing personality and passion for soccer always brought a lot of fun and spontaneity to the group. I was always amazed at the fact that he knew just about everyone. He will be missed greatly. Our thoughts are with you Barry, Glenda, Matthew and family.

Andrew was such an amazing, genuine guy. He will surely be missed! 🙁 Rest In Peace buddy, xoxox

Andrew was a great man who loved Jennifer and the boys with all his heart. I am so sorry this happened. May he always be an angel watching over you until you met again.

So sorry to hear this. So sad. So shocking. Words cannot express. Deepest condolences Barry, Glenda, Matthew and Aimee and all family. You are in the thoughts and prayers of so many people. May you find comfort at this very challenging time. Do take care and may God bless.

Matthew & Family, so sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing. Wishing you strength during this difficult time.

You were a beautiful soul, and you will be truely missed.

Fly high Andrew ❤.

Glenda, Barry and family,
Our hearts goes out to you at this sad time. We can only imagine how you must be feeling. Please accept our deepest sympathy.
Barb Cadigan & Owen Meadus