Crystal Ann Andrews
In memory of Crystal Ann Andrews. Crystal passed away on October 28, 2022 after a long battle with cancer. She is survived by her husband, George Thelwell, her two daughters, Carrie and Samantha and her husband Jesse, her two stepdaughters, Rachel and her husband Richard and Jennifer and her husband Jude, and her stepson Trevor. She will also be missed by her grandchildren: Jojo, Nate, Jacob, Kaitlyn, Max, Emily, Mason, Damon, Abigail, Archer and her great grandchildren James and Jaxon. Crystal’s many friends will miss her. Crystal was a long time employee of TD bank and a graduate of the University of Toronto, Mississauga. The family would like to thank the doctors and staff at Credit Valley Hospital for all of their efforts and would like to thank the staff at Acclaim Health, especially Maria, Julie, Emily, and Fazia for their warm compassionate help. In keeping with Crystal’s wishes, there will be no funeral service.
To my beautiful, loving mom who was taken way to soon, you had a wonderful soul that lit up every room you entered. Your love for my children was indescribable, traveling hundreds of miles to spend summers with them, long days of swimming and evenings around the campfire roasting marshmallows and eating s’mores. Spending countless hours with them on facetime whether it was sharing a meal, having a tea party or watching them play video games. Although the miles between us were long, it never felt that we were apart as you always made sure that we kept close.
Your love for camping in the RV and spending time with your bestie Sandy was apparent. I watched you thrive the day you two were brought together that fateful day in September 2016.
Meeting in Florida to take the kids to Disney for their first time was one of the highlights of our lives. I’m so blessed to have had you there with me to experience the wonder and joy. You were with us when the kids felt the sand and ocean on their feet for the first time, I’m so glad to have shared that with you mom.
I am so blessed to have had you as my mom for 43 years. I will cherish every memory we shared and I will speak of you with love and adoration every chance I get. I will keep your memory alive for the rest of my life mom.
Doug and Sue Hawkes
We send our deepest condolences to the family on this great loss. Crystal was a beautiful and kind woman always with a smile on her face and joy in her heart. Our prayers are with you all that God will bring comfort and peace to her loved ones.
I Pray her Family finds comfort. She was an admirable Woman. Crystal took me under her wing in my early TD career & taught me more about life with her gracious Spirit than work related skills. Rest in Heaven dear Friend, your generous Soul will live on with those you touched in many ways you never even knew.
It was my absolute pleasure to care for Chrystal she was truly a real life angel. She will surely me missed. My condolences to George, Samantha and Carrie. I will never forget you Chrystal may you Rest In Peace.
Maria, you were an absolute angel and brought comfort to my mom. She really enjoyed you being with her every day. Thank you for showing her compassion, love and respect during the last few months. You will always hold a special place in our hearts.
Michel & Sandy Belley
Beyond sorrow. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. Chrissy will be missed by a great many people who’s lives she touched. We lost our angel and heaven gained one.
I was saddened to hear of the passing of Crystal. From the entire Behar family, our deepest condolences. I will say a prayer for you and yours.
I am so sorry. Crystal loved her family with an uncontainable joy and had an infectious sense of humour. Knowing her was a joy and losing her is an enormous sadness..
My sincerest condolences to Crystal’s family. Thank you Crystal for your kindness in sending George’s paralegal classes delicious homemade muffins and bananas bread. I feel like I knew you through George. He was not shy in telling us how much you meant to him. A wonderful testimonial to the love you shared.
Crystal was such a wonderful woman, and with great sense of humor. She was also very caring, always made sure there’s water bowl and dog bed when I visited with my dogs. I am sure she will be missed by a lot of her friends and family and I will miss the silly jokes we had. My deepest condolences to George and the family.
I remember our time together at Td.Crystal always had a smile on her face and her laugh was infectious. We regularly went to the tearoom in Streetsville and she would call me to make arrangements at all the special times so I could arrange my visit to her on that day. I will always remember these days. After we both retired I would call and pick her up to go to different restaurants and catch up on our lives. My thoughts go out to George and all her family. And know shexwill always be remembered in our hearts
Not a day will go by when I do not think of you. You will be missed more than words can say. I will cherish our many memories… endless cups of tea and oh so many telephone chats. My deepest sympathies to George, Carrie, Samantha and the rest of the Family.