Andrew, Colin

August 31, 1934 ~ March 27, 2020

ANDREW, Colin – Age 85, of Petrolia, passed away on Friday, March 27, 2020 at Bluewater Health – C.E.E. Site, Petrolia. Beloved husband of the late Sylvia Andrew (2017). Loving father of Julie (Ray) Jump and Philip (Katherine Annett) Andrew. Cherished grandfather of Brandy, Allison (Joe) Huehn, Ryan, Ricky (Carrie), Chris (Ally) and great grandfather of Ava and Brooklyn. Uncle of Steve and Connie Hawke, David and Carol Lee, special friend of John and Thelma Brost. Predeceased by his sister Nancy (Jack) Lee, nephew John Lee and sister-in-law Beryl (Harry) Hawke.

Cremation has taken place. A private family graveside will be held at Lakeview Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, sympathy may be expressed through donations to Alzheimer’s Society or Canadian Cancer Society.


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  1. Remembering Colin today, fondly, and his accent and laugh and the way he always responded to my cards with a letter. He was such a lovely man. Rest in Peace friend.

  2. Julie and Ray and family our condolences . We have fond memories of Colin A funny man and always looked forward to his side dishes Never knew what he was cooking up. God bless. Phil and Beth.

  3. Julie and Ray,

    So sorry for your loss. The world lost a wonderful and funny man. He is with his love now.

    Thoughts and Prayers

  4. So sorry to you Julie & your family . You were so faithful to your Dad with your daily visits.
    I miss my Mom Pauline Hill very much but she is being well taken care of.

  5. Julie Ray an family sorry to hear of Colin’s passing. Will be missed at legion for his funny gestures, will be missed by all.

  6. We’re sorry to hear about the passing of Colin. What a lovely man. We have many fond memories of he and Sylvia over the years. My parents, John and Thelma, also offer their condolences and cherish their memories of all the camping trips they had together.

    David and Molly Brost

  7. Julie, Ray and family, we are so very sorry to hear of Colin’s passing. Bill really enjoyed his visits with him at meadow view.
    Bill and Joyce O’Brien.

  8. Julie and Family
    He will be surely missed at Branch 635 in Brigden, My favorite Cribbage partner

  9. We always enjoyed Colin’s company and his entertaining conversations and cribbage at the Legion. He was a patriot and his sense of humour drew a large circle of friends. Condolences to Julie & Ray and to Phil & Katherine, and their families.

  10. So sorry to hear about the passing of Colin. Colin loved to chat and was always so friendly. He will be so happy to be with Sylvia now ! Thinking of use all at this difficult time ! Maureen xoxo

  11. Our deepest sympathy to all the family.
    Be sure to hold him in your heart by sharing the many memories you have. We will remember him as a clever witty man who loved his family dearly.

  12. We are so sorry to hear of Colin passing. He was such a great and fun guy. He certainly will be missed

  13. Julie and Colin
    Sincere condolences on your loss, he was a lovely man enjoyed seeing him at the legion whenever he was able to come over.
    Donna Hiller