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With great sadness, we announce the passing of Andrew David Church, on his 35th birthday, after a short cancer illness.
Andrew Church Obituary, funeral arrangement
October 9, 1985 – October 9, 2020
With great sadness, we announce the passing of Andrew David Church, on his 35th birthday, after a short cancer illness. Beloved son of David and Anne (Farris) Church, brother of Katherine and her husband, Rev. Reuben St. Louis, and uncle of Benjamin and Daniel. Lovingly remembered by his aunts and uncles, Arch Campbell, Robert and Betty Farris, Margaret Church-Hawkins and Mel Hawkins, and their families. Predeceased by his grandparents, Rev. Duncan and Pauline Farris, and Russell and Grace Church, and his Aunt Marg Campbell and Uncle David Farris. Andrew was a graduate of Highland Secondary School and Mohawk College. He was an Infrastructure Analyst with Descartes Systems Group, Waterloo. Due to Covid 19, no visitation. Private family funeral, with cremation. Inurnment at Sparta South Cemetery. We invite you to join the live stream service from his church, Knox Presbyterian, Waterloo: https://watch.nowmediaservices.com/knoxwaterloo on Saturday, October 17, at 4 pm EDT. In lieu of flowers, donations to Camp Kintail, Box 153, Goderich, ON, N7A 3Z2, https://www.campkintail.ca/get-involved/donate-now/, Knox Presbyterian Church, 50 Erb St. W., Waterloo, ON N2L 1T1, https://knoxwaterloo.ca/home/?page_id=7288, or the charity of your choice gratefully acknowledged.
Public announcement on the funeral arrangements of the deceased are yet to be made public but would be updated as soon as the information is made available.
Andrew Church tributes
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Alex Sévigny WROTE;
Dear David and Family, Please accept my sincere condolences at the passing of your son. To lose one in the prime of life is very hard to take. I hope that you take solace in prayer and meditation knowing that he is now at peace. Your memory of him will be eternal.
Al van der Laan WROTE;
When the sad news reached me I was in shock, surely Andrew will survive this. But the news was grim, it was like someone punched me in the gut. Then last week the final news came and I did not want to hear it. God had called him home, of course the farewell so sudden comes unprepared and raw emotions took over for a moment but knowing that Heaven has gotten a new angel and we have lost the kindness, the goodness and the smile that Andrew possesses. My condolences to his parents David and Anne, for us this is too young, too soon and knowing he is suffering no more from treatments may give us strength, maybe even hope.
Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. In my Father’s house there are many dwelling places; but if not, I would have told you, because I am going away to prepare a place for you.
Hassan Asif wrote;
A lot can be said about Andrew’s excellent contributions to his work place. However, at the core of it all Andrew was a gem of a person with a good heart and a big smile, and a candy jar at his desk that was always filled with candies that he loved to share with everyone at work. People would be always welcome to get a candy out of this jar to sweeten their day. He knew what everyone’s favourite candy was, and at times he would specifically go and drop people’s favourite candies at their desks.
He taught me that the jar is never empty, and in his case, Andrew’s jar was ALWAYS full and everyone who was able to spend time with him, learned and grew from their experiences.
He leaves behind wonderful memories, and a void that will be impossible to fill. May he rest in eternal peace and I will always cherish the good times and great experiences we shared during our many years of working together.
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