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Andrew McNeil

Andrew  McNeil

Born In: River Ryan

Passed in: New Waterford

It is with broken hearts we announce the death of our beloved Andrew at Glace Hospital surrounded by his brothers, sister-in-law, nieces and nephews. Andrew was the son of the late Andrew and Susan "Susie" (Campbell) McNeil.
He grew up in River Ryan, a place he loved dearly. He worked in Boston and Hamilton but his proudest time was when he worked in the mines, for 22 years he was proud to be a miner but illness prevented him to continue. He became an avid walker with his faithful 'fur buddy' Max.

Andrew leaves behind his brothers Cordell (Joeanne), whom he resided with for 19 years before going to Victoria Haven in March 2015, Gary, John and Willie, all of Dartmouth; special nieces Lesley (Troy) Corbett, Sydney, Anna (Dougie) Wall, Sydney, Susan (Ricky) Rideout, Leitche's Creek; nephew Darren (Carol) Williams, New Waterford, brother-in-law Charlie (Liz) Williams, New Waterford; as well as special buddies Thomas Corbett who loved spending time with Andrew and making his famous grill cheese sandwiches and Troy Corbett, who always made Andrew happy by watching TV and chatting with him. Andrew also loved his trips to the Wildlife Park and having picnic.

Andrew also leaves behind his son Donald, Ontario, grandchildren Kayla and Shelby Corbett, Meaghan and Trevor Flemmings McNeil and Gloria (McIsaac) McNeil, who visited and spent time with Andrew while he was in the nursing home and the family is very thankful to her for this.
As per Andrew's request, there will be no visitation or service, cremation has taken place and burial at a later date. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of McLellan Brothers Funeral Home, 3183 Plummer Ave., New Waterford 902-862-7500. To send online condolences to the family go to: mclellanfuneralhome.com


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