In Celebration of

Fiona Andrews nee Kidd

July 19, 1948 -  December 17, 2021


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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Fiona Andrews on Friday December 17th 2021, at the age of 73 years. Fiona will be lovingly remembered by her husband Trevor of 48 years and her two children, Martin (Sara) and Gillian (James). Fiona will also be remembered by her eight grandchildren, Emma, Lily, Isaac, Matthias, Zoë, Dominic, Cailin and Aiden, as well as her brother Peter (Patty) and her nieces and nephews.

Fiona was born in a British Forces Hospital in Wuppertal, Germany and grew up in England and Singapore. She qualified as a Registered Nurse, Sick Children's Nurse, and Midwife, and emigrated from England to Canada after her marriage and the birth of her son. Fiona was a devoted wife and mother and an active member of the Anglican Community. After her children were grown, she moved to Wichita, Kansas with her husband and ultimately retired in Florida. Fiona had a passion for music, literature, knitting and above all her Christian faith. She was devoted to serving the churches she called home and was continually recognized as the caring, faithful and thoughtful woman she was.

A private memorial celebration will be held on Friday January 7, 2022 at 11:00 the Belvedere Funeral Complex (22025 Trans-Canada Highway, Senneville, Quebec H9X 0B2). A live stream of the celebration may be observed online and condolences may be shared. As Fiona succumbed to ALS, donations to your local ALS Foundation in lieu of flowers would be greatly appreciated.


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Entered December 31, 2021

I have so many wonderful memories of Mrs. Andrews.
Camping trips, delicious spaghetti, ped days at Pointe-Claire Plaza and all things British. My condolences to all of you, she will be missed.

Gayle Mercer (friend)

Entered December 31, 2021 from Wichita, KS

How my heart goes out to all of Fiona's family for all you've lived through together in these past couple of years. Know you have all been in our prayers throughout and will continue to be. May the Lord uphold you in this time and give wisdom and comfort in the time ahead.
These pictures you chose are so Fiona! I feel I am once again sitting across from her sharing a cup of tea. Thank you for that gift!
Your wife and mum was my dear friend and prayer partner for many years. We met at the Pregnancy Crisis Center where I worked and she volunteered and found we both shared a deep love for Christ and His church.
From there our friendship grew and took off when she visited me when I was recovering from surgery, bringing me copies of her favorite English magazines. We loved our times together, especially those spent sharing our lives and praying for one anothers families.
She was a true friend, one I cherish to this day and a lovely light shining forth the love of her Savior. Her hearts desire is to see each of you one day gathered with her in the throne room of heaven in praise and worship to our loving God and Lord Jesus Christ.

Peter and Pat Kidd (Brother and sister in law)

Entered January 1, 2022 from England

A Tribute to My Sister Fiona.

She was a lady we loved dearly and was generous, kind hearted and a good companion with a sincere faith, which she maintained to the end.

Though we weren’t able to see one another often, because of the distance between us, it was a real pleasure and a joy whenever we did.

Fiona’s love of family and maintaining family relationships, made it a real motivation to visit these shores with Martin and Gillian as they were growing up, as often as she could, so they could get to know their grandparents, uncle and aunty and their cousins as well, as well as experiencing life here in the old country.

We all look back on those occasions with fond memories and have many photos to record the lovely times we were able to spend together. As the children grew up, Fiona was able to come over by herself quite often,and we were able to do life together and have conversations about many things and to be able to visit a lot of the lovely places here in the West Country.

One of our fondest memories in 1996 was our first visit to Montreal in Canada to visit her and the family and we had a wonderful time, experiencing her loving hospitality and we enjoyed some memorable times together.

We also remember well the times when the Andrews clan came over to Australia in 2004 to attend our daughter Jo’s wedding, which was a great get together, and it was lovely to see Fiona and Martin and Gillian when they came over in 2009 to attend our son John’s marriage to Gemma. Special times!

Our last big family reunion was in 2019, when our eldest son Stephen was married to Joanna at Yetminster in Dorset, when we were able to share some great times together. It was a specially poignant time for Fiona, who by this time had been diagnosed with ALS. She had wanted to be able to see the whole of our families getting together before she died, and I know it was a very precious time for her. For us too!

I’ve never known someone who was so meticulous in remembering family birthdays and sending Christmas presents to all the family. It was just one of the ways she could show care and appreciation for people.

Fiona was a good friend to Patty and I and to our children and we greatly valued her company and the good times we shared together and the wise counsel she so often gave.

We are going to miss her because she enriched our lives in so many ways, but we know that she has now been released from her suffering, and has gone home to be with Jesus and enjoying His peace and rest.

Phil and Barbara Davies (friends of the family)

Entered January 1, 2022 from Pierrefonds, QC

Dear Trevor, Gill, Martin and families,
We were so sorry to learn of Fiona’s passing. Memories of a lovely and kind neighbour and friend. She will be missed but remembered for the special person she was.
Hoping that the loving support of family and friends will help comfort you at this time.
Phil and Barbara

Francesca (friend)

Entered January 4, 2022 from Toronto, Ontario

James and Gillian - I'm so very sorry for your loss. Wishing you both and your family peace during this difficult time.


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