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Andrew "Mouse" Morrison
Celebration of Life

MacCoubrey Funeral Home
30 King St. E., Cobourg

Thursday, September 21
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

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Andrew "Mouse" Morrison

May 9, 1966 - September 18, 2023

It is with great sadness that we share this news!
Our brother, Andrew (Mouse) Morrison has lost his battle with cancer. His fight was a brave one!

He passed away Monday, September 18th surrounded by love!
He leaves behind his son, Ryan and his daughter, Lydia. As well as his sisters, Lynn and Gayle. A celebration of his life will be held on Thursday, September 21st, at MacCoubrey Funeral Home, 30 King Street East, Cobourg, Ontario from 6 – 9 p.m.

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Blair Smith - April 21, 2024

"Time rolls on, that's how it should be. Here and gone, seem to move too quickly". We never know how much time we have and thank you, brother for helping us keep it in today. God picks from his flower garden sometimes and so much is out of our hands. Rest easy, my friend. We will meet again. One Day At A Time. Blair

Chris Lundy - September 29, 2023

R.I.P Mouse. You were a good dude.

Lisa Link - September 23, 2023

I had to update my comment Andrew was one of a kind. He spoke highly of his sisters and kids to me. He was very private and did not want anyone to know he had cancer. He told me last winter during a maple Leaf play off game after 3 years and asked me to keep it between us and of course I did. He was the best guy ever , funny ,sincere ,humble and he liked my cooking . Very Brave battling cancer and humble not wanting others to know. He did not want anyone's pitty party I know he told me cause we were safe with eachother . I know he Loved his kids and sisters more then anyone . He did fight hard to live not for himself but for everyone who Loved him especially his kids. My condolences to his family and of us friends of his .

Frank Jeffrey - September 21, 2023

Mouse was one of my best childhood friends. Living just a few house away, together with Stew Munns, we would hang out almost everyday when we were young. Sports was our go to, especially ball hockey on his driveway or bigger games on the road. Although younger than us, his athletics and determination made up for it. In our early teens we’d often spend time at Royal York bowling alley playing pinball and shooting billiards. We lost touch thru the years after I moved away however we chatted on the phone just a few years ago. So many fond memories. Gone too young.

Lisa - September 21, 2023

I am a friend of Andrew's..missed him so much not seeing him everyday walking Rain months prior to Sept 18th. He was very much a Brave man ..resilient I told him . Going to miss him! Sorry for everyone's loss ! Much Love

Toni D. Johns - September 21, 2023

Met Andrew in Port Hope. We worked together getting a zoom room going 3 years ago. A kind, thoughtful, funny person. Will miss seeing you Andrew around the neighborhood. Condolences to your family and friends though am certain they will sense you are still with them as you ride upon the loving 'wings' of happy Heaven Destiny.

Michael Elizabeth Highfield - September 21, 2023

Gone far too soon my friend. May you rest in peace. Love ya brother!

Sharon Kiddey - September 21, 2023

I met Andrew through my boyfriend David Bazik quite a few years ago. I liked to call him Mouse. As it turned out his Mom and Dad had a cottage across Balsam Lake from my Parents cottage. I will always remember his kindness, big heart, and his giant sweet tooth. He had touched so many people, and will be truly missed. My deepest condolences to his family and friends.

Mary Anne Aslin - September 21, 2023

Condolences to you and your family Lynn at this difficult time. You are in my thoughts.

Alan Shiner - September 20, 2023

Andrew was a kind and genuine human being with a wonderful soul. He will be greatly missed. My sincerest condolences to his family & friends.

Deborah Smith - September 20, 2023

I so sorry to hear about Andrew, I knew him from his time in Ottawa. I loved his quick wit and wonderful sense of humour all in all simply a sweet man. My deepest condolences to his family ❤️‍🩹

Andrea Maysak - September 20, 2023 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Greenwood Coalition

Andrea Maysak - September 20, 2023

Andrew quickly became one of my first friends when my family moved to the area. He welcomed me into his circle of friends, and we enjoyed hanging out at lunch or playing chess after school. We stayed in touch on and off over the years despite changes in location and circumstances on both our parts, getting together when the opportunity arose. I will never forget that laugh! My sincerest condolences to Gayle and Lynn, and to his children Ryan and Lydia. It is comforting to know that he passed away surrounded by love. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest in peace my friend. xo

Carolyn Smith Mason - September 20, 2023 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Bob Rumball Foundation for the Deaf

Stew Munns - September 20, 2023

Mouse was one of my very best friends as a kid. We played together constantly, but nothing more frequently than road hockey. I can't even guess how many games we played, most often right in front of his house. He loved the game and would always play like everything was riding on that single game, diving to stop the ball before it got to the goalie and running as fast as he could on a breakaway. I remember coming out of my house one day, and watching him practice his slapshots on his driveway. BOOM, BOOM, as the tennis ball bounced back to him from his metal garage door. Of course we played many other games like Spud, Army, Hide and go seek, skateboarding, and on an on. If you really wanted to get him riled up, you simply needed to call him "Little Tiger". That nickname was only to be used by his dad. Anyone else calling him that had better be ready to run! He was such a great friend to grow up with. We drifted apart as adults, though I thought of him often. I will always remember the fun we had together and will think of him often. My deepest sympathy goes out to Gayle and Lynn, and I hope you are both able to get through this difficult time.

Joyce Prager - September 20, 2023

Andrew was such an amazing man. I consider myself lucky to have known him. Condolences to the family. He will be missed.

Carol Freeman - September 20, 2023

We are very sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing. My daughter Jennifer and I met Andrew in the short stay unit of NHH while Jennifer was a patient. He was so kind, supportive, funny and we enjoyed many conversations with him. I’m sure he will be missed by family and friends. You are in our thoughts and prayers.🙏🏻