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Andrew Johnstone

10th of February, 1933

14th of June, 2001

In loving memory of a cherished spouse, devoted parent, and doting grandparent.

Born on the 10th of February, 1933, in Dyce, Aberdeen, and departed on the 15th of June, 2001, in Hairmyres, East Kilbride.

Beloved spouse of Jean, whom he married on September 10th, 1963, and proud parent of Angela, Andrew, and Martin. A cherished grandparent to Bianca, Scott, Elliot, Lauren, and Fraser.

He lived a life filled with love, kindness, and generosity. His family and friends will always remember his gentle spirit, warm smile, and unwavering devotion.

May he rest in peace, forever in our hearts.


Andy was a devoted husband to Jean and a loving father to Angela, Andrew, and Martin. His passion for life and his unwavering dedication to his family and friends will never be forgotten.

Andy will always be remembered as a passionate golfer, who loved nothing more than taking walks amidst the fresh greens and taking the occasional swing. He was a natural on the golf course and never ceased to inspire those around him. He was always up for a challenge, and his unwavering energy was contagious. In the same way, Andy's green fingers knew no bounds. His passion for gardening was unmatched, and he spent hours nurturing his plants to health, always seeking out new techniques and ways to improve his garden.

His memory will forever inspire and remind us of the importance of finding joy in the little things in life. Though he may have left this earth, the beauty he brought through his love of life will forever echo in our hearts. Rest in peace Andy, we will always remember and treasure you



Dad always had the best garden in the street and there was always something flowering no matter the time of year. The Joy he took from it was infectious


To many memories to mention, I will always love you. Till we meet again xxx

Golfing Pal
Jack Farrell

He could hit a ball but his jokes were terrible- We still laughed


On Holiday Spain 1998 - Andy was always up for trying new thing, De- spite being 65 he still thought he would be able to surf like a pro. I’ll never forget the laugh we had trying to hold the board steady while he tried to stand up

Photos and Video Memories

Tending his Garden

Always trying New Things

1st Tee on his favourite Course

Enjoying Family get together

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