You will be


missed AJ!
  • 66 years old
  • Born on July 27, 1946 in Ipswich, United Kingdom.
  • Passed away on December 1, 2012 in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Andrew Johnson, 66, born on July 27, 1946 and passed away on December 1, 2012. We will remember him forever. As Andrew had many friends around Canada and beyond this site will allow everyone to share in his memory.


In addition to this site a celebration of life is being planned for next summer in Nova Scotia, Canada.


In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the .     

Posted by Sara Sexton on 1st December 2016
Four years ago today a light went out in our family. My mum lost her twin and my cousins lost their Dad. Remembering you especially today but never far from my thoughts xxx
Posted by Rosemary Callaby on 2nd December 2014
My darling twin, I miss you as much today as in 2012 when you left us. I will NEVER forget you. All my love until we meet again, Your ever loving twin sis xxxx
Posted by Edward Picco on 25th June 2013
Andrew loved life and a laugh. He was always entertaining and a good friend. When I last spoke to him in the fall of 2012 he was telling me about coming back to Iqaluit and getting the GN in "shape." He escorted my Mom at the April 1st., 1999 Nunavut Day event and we had a blast. Lynn, Nick and Louella we extend our sincere condolences. Ed, Opah and family.
Posted by Tommy Akavak on 1st February 2013
Andrew & family are very fondly remembered in Kimmirut (Lake Harbour). He has left many friends in Kimmirut. Our sincere condolences to the family.
Posted by Rosemary Callaby on 9th January 2013
Still missing you bruv, I wish I could have been with you at the end but I know we will be together again one day.
Posted by Steve Main on 14th December 2012
Life in the north bring you in contact with many interesting and unique people. Andrew always had a intelligent perspective to share on most any topic. His generosity and concern for people always but a smile on my face. My sincere condolences to the Johnson family
Posted by Brian Carey on 14th December 2012
Since I left Iqaluit in 2002, a regular Friday ritual of mine is to visit the website of the local weekly paper, Nunatsiaq News. It was there I learned of A.J.'s passing. I shared many a laugh, and conversation, with him at the Frobisher Racquet Club. My sincere condolences to the Johnson family.
Posted by ALAN FAIRS on 7th December 2012
Lissie and I have happy memories of Andrew stretching back over 40yrs . We live close to Bramfield in Suffolk UK where Andrew was born and brought up. He visited us on our farm many times and those memories will live on . xxx
Posted by Alex Callaby on 5th December 2012
I will remember my Uncle Andrew as always being full of enthusiasm; prepared to help anybody with anything and having endless, but interesting stories to tell. He was a special person and will be missed by all the family, I only wish I had told him this before he died.
Posted by Sara Sexton on 5th December 2012
I have a wedding photo in my living room. In it are my husband and I in the church waiting to exchange vows and behind us are the congregation. Large as life sits my Uncle Andrew, smiling away. Fit,well and happy. It is how I want to remember him. He was my darling mother's twin so he was extra special to us. Bless you Uncle Andrew, you were a star xxxx

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