In Celebration of

Andrew Hadjidakis

November 24, 1964 -  August 28, 2020

Andrew Hadjidakis
November 24 1964 - August 28 2020

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the sudden and unexpected passing of Andrew Hadjidakis.

Andrew was born and raised in Montreal and moved to Hudson in 1997 with his wife Marie-Louise. His most fond memories growing up in Montreal was playing for the Dawson Blues and hanging out with his family and friends. He was an amateur historian who had the answer to almost every question and would readily explain even the tiniest detail of a historical event to anyone who listened. Andrew was a family man who would do anything to help the people he loved without hesitation. He had an amazing sense of humor and was very charismatic.

Andrew leaves behind his wife Marie-Louise of 34 years and his two beloved children Dimitri and Mikaela.

A visitation will be held on Sunday, September 20th between 2-5 and 7-9 at the Belvedere funeral home in Senneville. Andrew’s funeral will be a private service due to Covid-19, but the service will be streamed via Zoom on Monday, September 21st from 12:30pm. Copy and paste this link into your browser to join :


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Penny and Lefteris Iliadis (Ancaster, Ont)

Entered September 18, 2020 from 171 Meadowbrook Dr.

Dear Mimi,
Dimitri and Michaela,
Thinking of you and wishing we could be there at this very sad time. Sending our sincere condolences, with love and hugs to all of you.
Lefteris and Penny

Ann Bohlin Swälas 

Entered September 19, 2020

Sometimes time stops for a while
and something unexpected happens
The world is changing every day
and sometimes it will never be the same again
In loving menory
Ann, Jan-Erik, Linnéa, Adam

Ibland liksom hejdar sig tiden ett slag
och något alldeles oväntat sker.
Världen förändrar sig varje dag
men ibland blir den aldrig densamma mer
I ljust minne bevarad
Ann, Jan-Erik, Linnéa, Adam

Eva och Lasse 

Entered September 19, 2020

It's been many years since we saw each other.
We should have visited you two years ago, but we were prevented.
I will always remember you and we think of you and your family.

Rest in peace
Eva and Lasse

Ted Chazin Family 

Entered September 19, 2020

“Family is not an important thing, it’s everything.” —Michael J. Fox

Dear Mimmi, Jimmy and Mikaela,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult moment.

We will cherish the times that we enjoyed together as family on hiking, beach trips and the many beautiful hours that we were privileged to experience. We have many good memories, but a special one is the lovely trip we took together to Cape Cod when Andrew bought his famous Captain’s hat that he wore with such pride for many years. Eating, drinking and celebrating life’s good moments like the arrival of the kids, holidays, baptisms, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs……

Andrew had a strong set of values and he lived by them. He was a powerful advocate for Family and only wanted the best for you. We remember all of the eggnog that we drank, Jameson, beers and other simple pleasures that we shared together. Our love and exchange of culture with so much talk about history, finance, sports, life projects, hopes and aspirations…. there was so much talk and none if it was wasted. He had such a love of life, never allowed himself downtime and was always conscious of how he spent his waking moments and we think that is because he realized they were so fleeting and precious.

You have been family to us by choice, life has given us a gift by giving us the opportunity to spend so much quality moments with the Hadjidakis Family. We stand together with you in grief and will walk you through this period to help you enjoy many good times and milestones that are still to come.

To Andrew, Rest in Peace and may your memory be an example for all of us.

Love from Adriana, Ted, Avi and Tamara

Deborah and Walter Scheinkman 

Entered September 19, 2020

Dear Mimmi, Jimmy and Mikaela,

We are deeply sorry about the sudden loss of Andrew. You always welcomed us into your home when we visited Adriana’s family and we witnessed the great friendship and love between her and you.

We are thinking of you at this difficult moment and are sending you special blessings from Israel.

Deborah and Walter Scheinkman (Adriana’s sister and brother-in-law)


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