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Andrew H. Morrell

Andrew H. Morrell, 83, of Leominster, formerly of Baldwinville, died peacefully, Friday, May 1, 2020, in the Keystone Center, Leominster, after a long illness.

Born in Nova Scotia, Canada, on February 27, 1937, he was the son of the late James and Rose (Delaney) Morrell. Andrew was a packer employed by Standard Chair of Gardner for 17-years until his retirement in 1985. He was previously employed by Mead Containers and Speedway Gas Company, both of Gardner.

Andrew was a parishioner of the Bread of Life Church in Westminster. He loved to work and was always tinkering around with something that needed to be fixed or built. He enjoyed doing carpentry work and spending time on the computer. But the time that Andrew loved and cherished the most was time spent with his family.

Andrew is survived by three sons, James B. and Charles A. Morrell, both of Fitchburg, and Mark A. Morrell of Wilton, NH; a close friend, Yvette P. Boisvert of Baldwinville; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and cousins.

He was predeceased by his wife of 54-years, Madelon L. (Sabean) Morrell, who died in 2017; two brothers, Malcolm E. and Gerald D. Morrell; his twin sister, Anna R. Tennant; and a grandson, Jonathan Morrell.

Funeral Services will be private and held at the convenience of the family.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Bread of Life Church, 22 State Road East, Westminster, MA 01473. Please reference in memory of Andrew H. Morrell.


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It is with deep feeling that I express my condolences to the family of the late Andrew Morrell. I have found memories of Andrew and his late wife Madeline. We served together at the Mission Street Congregational Church many years ago when I moved to Gardner from the Boston area, and he welcomed me with open arms and a great smile. He had an infectious laugh, and we shared many years of ministry together. I am saddened that life, being what it is, caused me to relocate and I lost touch with Andrew and his family, and I trust he was welcomed into the arms of the Savior upon his passing from this life to the next. My condolences not only to his surviving family members, but also to his special friend, Yvette. I have lost some very important people in my life recently, and my heart goes out to those who were close to Andrew. They will miss him very much. My hope is that the memory of Andrew will linger for a long time with hope and trust that they, too, will be reunited with him at the appointed time. God bless you and comfort you all during this time of sorrow. As the song says, "Be still my soul, the Lord is by your side."

Gregory Nyman May 9 2020 12:00 AM