It is with heavy hearts that the family of André (Andrew) Dubé announces his passing on April 21, 2020. He was born in Quebec August 13, 1934.
Andrew was a long time resident of Murray Corner, New Brunswick with his wife Brenda Dubé and then moved to Fort McMurray, Alberta with his son Michael and his family Jenny and daughter Jillian.
Andrew's life was full of adventure, the most recent was a month long trip to the Philippines to meet his daughter-in-law's, Jenny's family. There he enjoyed every second and was spoiled and treated like a king.
Andrew worked on the railway, was a fisherman, owned a convenience stored and worked on the confederation bridge.
His most favorite job was his woodworking shop. He built a variety of wooden crafts, bird feeders, bird houses, lawn ornaments and he was best known for his light houses. Many of these light houses adorn the lawns of the people in the community.
Andrew loved to bake cookies, this was top of his list, he loved sweets and shared with many friends. His pizza's were delicious as well.
Leaving to mourn his wife Brenda(Allen) Dubé, his two sons Matthew(Jennifer), Michael(jenny) and daughter Nancy. This pride of his heart were his 5 granddaughters, Abigail, Sophia, Mikayla, Mattea, and 2 year old Jillian Mae.
His brothers and sisters, Hébert, Luce, Yolande, Monique, Charlotte, Jeanne d'Arc, Réjean, Gérald, Marie-France, Gaétane and Gilles. Brother in law Normal Allen and a large circle of family and friends.
Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
You will be missed, a gentle passing for a gentle man.
Wood chips are flying in heaven....
Services for André (Andrew) Dubé
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