Andrew Ewart Obituary | Andrew Ewart Death | Passed Away – Dead | Cause Of Death | Funeral Plans – Andrew Ewart Has Died, DeadDeath learned May 21, 2020.
Tributes and condolences are outpouring all over social media timelines as the death news of Ewart hits online. Concerned individuals are gripped with sadness as they mourn the passing of their beloved who has just passed away.
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Ewart’s cause of death is yet to be learned. We have not confirmed what actually happened that led to this death that has traumatized affected friends and families of the deceased.
Andrew Ewart obituary and funeral plans
As of today, May 21, 2020, the obituary and funeral arrangement of the deceased has not been learned. However, there have been several obituaries in the same name on Legacy, an online obituaries website that publishes death and obituary news.
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Really sad to read that Andrew Ewart has died. One of the @OfficialBSB paddock’s good guys… 😢
He was always smiling, always had something positive to say and was a genuinely nice bloke who did a lot of good for charity.
Thoughts with his family at this time.
— Oli Rushby (@Oli_Rushby) May 20, 2020
Everyone at McAMS Yamaha is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Andrew Ewart, aka @OfficialBSB‘s ‘Candyman’ 😢
His work raising money for the Air Ambulance charities over the years was selfless and highly commendable.
Our thoughts are with his wife Julia and his family.
— McAMS Yamaha (@McAMSYamaha) May 20, 2020
Said goodbye by to a great friend today. Andrew Ewart was a true gentleman and funny man. Aged over eighty had still not retired, worked in forestry all his working life. So many tales to tell. A good send off even with social distancing.#glencoursecentre
— Treeshape sawmill (@FionaDa03722386) May 11, 2020