Andrew Mitton Obituary, Death, Fredericton New Brunswick, Funeral Details

Andrew Mitton Obituary, Death – I’m sorry to hear this, but we had to say goodbye to a wonderful young man today!Kelly, Adele, and Gabe will miss him very much because of his dedication to his family. The rest of the family will suffer a great deal as a result of the loss as well. It is with a heavy heart that we share the news that Andrew “Andy” Charles Mitton passed away on June 2, 2023, at Hospice House Fredericton, surrounded by the affection of his family.

Andy was a man who would not give up, and as a result, he taught those who knew him invaluable lessons about how to actually live their lives. Andy was honored to serve his country and was very proud of his career accomplishments. He served with the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry of the Canadian Army and attained the rank of Major. In addition to serving stateside in Ukraine, he saw active duty in Afghanistan. He was a man of many interests who pursued everything life had to offer right up until the moment he passed away.

The activities of hunting, fishing, onewheeling, golfing, hiking, listening to music, preparing food (particularly smoking meat), and spending time at the cottage in Prince Edward Island with his cherished family were among his favorite ways to pass the time. He is survived by his loving spouse, Kelley (Robinson) Mitton; cherished children, Gabriel and Adele Mitton; father, Walter Mitton (Aurore); mother, Elizabeth “Liz” Smith (Dana); sisters, Lisa Norden, Nicole Munns (Bill), and Kim Langen (Jeff); brothers, Jeffery Mitton (Mel), Chris Mitton (Rebecca), and Rodney Smith, as well as many nieces and nephews.

On the evening of Thursday, June 8th, 2023, from four in the afternoon until seven in the evening, an event to commemorate Andy’s life will take place in the Officers’ Mess at CFB Gagetown. Those in attendance who have experiences and anecdotes they’d want to relate to the group will have access to a microphone. Donations in memory of the deceased can be sent to Hospice House Fredericton by anybody who so desires. Andy was and still is very well liked by everyone. I will never get over the fact that he has passed away, but he will never be forgotten.I adore you, Andrew, and I will never get over how much I miss you!