Andrew Christie ROXBURGH

7th April 1964 - 12th July 2021
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Wallacetown Community Centre
57 Dunlop Street
Wallacetown
16 July 2021, 11:00AM

ROXBURGH Andrew Christie

It is with very heavy hearts and deep sadness we advise Andrew passed away, surrounded by his loving family, at Hospice Southland, on Monday 12th July 2021.  Aged 57 years.
Adored best friend and husband of Louanne.

Loving and supporting father and father in law of Ben and Talia, Guy and Giuliana, and Aimee.

Dearly loved “Andrew” of Katara, Kayryne and Eden.

Loved son of Jean and Hugh* and loved son in law of Stewart* and June* McCrostie.

Loved brother and brother in law of Bill and Marie, Fiona Davison, Tim and Catherine, Kathryn and Chris Swale, Craig and Amber* McCrostie.

Loved Uncle of all his nieces and nephews.

Donations to Hospice Southland would be greatly appreciated and can be left at the service.

Family wish to sincerely thank the staff of the Surgical Ward at Southland Hospital for their dedicated and respectful care of Andrew.

A farewell for Andrew will be held on Friday 16th July, 11am, Wallacetown Community Centre, 57 Dunlop Street, Wallacetown.  Interment at East Winton Cemetery will follow .

Messages to 256 Ryal Bush Wallacetown Road, Branxholme, Invercargill or to Andrews tribute page at frasersfunerals.co.nz/tributes where livestream details of his funeral service will be available.

(*denotes deceased)

Messages

My heartfelt sympathy to you all at this very sad time 💐
Pam west , Makarewa
Our deepest sympathy to your family at this sad time.
Jackie Finnie, Cromwell
My deepest sympathy to the family at this very sad time.
Karen McDougall , Invercargill
Sending condolences to all the family xx
Wynsome Adams (formally McDougall), Alexandra
Louanne and Family We are so sad to hear of your loss of Andrew.
Thinking of you all at this very sad time.
Jenny McGinnis, Makarewa
Andrew will be missed alot he was a gentlemen, all round good guy and very well liked among his fellow workmates, and a valuable member of the FP1 day shift team. My condolences to Andrew's Family .
Ken legg, Invercargill
Our deepest sympathy at the loss of Andrew. Our thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time
Heather and Neville McRae
Heather McRae , Palmerston North
Dear Louanne and family
So sorry to hear of Andrews passing.
Thinking of you all at this very sad time.
Xx
Diane and Phil Payne, Melbourne
Our sincere condolences to you all at this very sad time. We will join with you, from here tomorrow, as you farewell Andrew.
Sarah, Hamish and Andrew Shand
Sarah Shand, Napier
To Louanne, family and friends of Andy,
So sorry to hear of Andys passing. He was a great guy who always had time for everyone. Great rugby teammate and workmate.
Thinking of you all today,
Barry Lightfoot

Barry Lightfoit, Auckland
Andrew and I have worked in the fp1 chillers for so many years I've lost track,
he was always well-organised and on top of his game which made life easy for the both of us, everyday is different.
we often talk about current affairs and the dam government and enjoyed we debate's
over the pros and cons. He was always right in his easy going away, he should have been a politician.
I will miss andy
My Condolences to all the family


Chris Eason, Invercargill
My heartfelt sympathies to all those near and dear to Andrew, a man who was deeply loved and will be sorely missed by the many that knew him
Andrew Riley , Christchurch
Saddened to learn of Andy's passing.I worked with Andy in fp1 and he was the kind of man who turned up everyday,with a smile on his face and a hello,even after the multiple times he could be asked how the chiller was looking and if there was a chance of an early day.I know how missed he will be in fp1.Thinking of Andy's family and friends at this extremely sad time.

Zena Lindsay
Zena lindsay, Invercargill
Sincere condolences, my thoughts are with you at thus difficult time.
Noel Payne, Gold Coast
Very sad to hear of Andrews passing. Our deepest condolences go out to family and friends during this time. I will always remember Andy for his layed back nature and being a genuine gentleman. God bless mate.
Dion Johnstone , Perth