Thompson Funeral Home

530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora, ON


Andrew Charles Larrain

June 24, 1991July 28, 2020

Andrew Charles Larrain, born June 24, 1991, passed away at the age of 29 on July 28, 2020.

Andrew will be deeply missed by his wife, Sabrina and step-daughter, Nevaeh, his parents, Carlos and Virginia Larrain, his sister, Cristina, and her husband, Majid, his nephew and niece, Reza and Elina, and all other members of the family especially Auntie Donna, and his many friends.

Andrew always brought a smile to your face, was an inspiration to all that knew him and was a true friend. He was loved dearly and will be missed with heavy heart. Rest In Peace Andrew and know that we will always hold you in our arms and in our hearts.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ThompsonFH-Aurora.com for the Larrain family.


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Lynn Morra

August 10, 2020

Our Deepest Sympathies go out to the whole family.

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Celestine & Bob Dunlop

August 7, 2020

Dear Ginny Carlo and Cristina, there are no words to express how truly sorry we are at your unimaginable loss. Our heart is broken for you. I am saddened by the loss I feel of never having the chance to have met your amazing son. Where does the time go ... Ginny he sounds truly wonderful, kind, smart funny and loving ... he sounds like a great mix of his parents. I know you and Carlo are proud of your beautiful children just as they are proud of you. Andrew is in our prayers always as are you Carlo, Cristina and her family. Love Bob and Celestine

Rick Glover

August 7, 2020

Carlos, Virginia & family
My deepest sympathy to you & your family. In the short time I've known Andrew, he was a good friend & co-worker who was always there for me no matter what. Over the years we've shared a lot of good memories together. He will certainly be missed by all who knew him. My thoughts & prayers are with you all in this difficult time.

From, Rick & family

Jeffrey Beighton

August 7, 2020

Remembering the good times and the endless sing alongs. It was never a dull moment with you brother!

Mary Vincec

August 7, 2020


Where do we begin, as there are no words to express our sadness and it’s been difficult to put the words together.

You came into our lives during your elementary school days and fast became friends with our children but most of all the best friend to our Michael.

There was never a day that you were not together whether at our home or yours. The dirt biking, snowmobiling, atv riding, the goofing around as friends do and countless hours spent in the garage tinkering with tearing things apart and putting them back together, that was the bond that made you each others best friend that will be tough to replace. You were so much a part of our family as you were to your own.

You were the second son in our family in every shape and form though not of the same blood but our family just the same. You were an amazing, funny and caring person and was always ready to help anyone that needed it.

We are going to miss that beaming smile, the hearty laugh that was so infectious and the gentle, kind heart. We’ll hold your memory in our hearts forever.

Sabrina, Naveah, Virginia, Carlos, Cristina and the entire family we send you our deepest sympathies on your loss of Andrew. May the memories bring you strength and know he is watching over all of you.

Drago & Mary Vincec

Justin Schaumer

August 7, 2020

My little cousin "Meeester Andrew". I will certainly miss our verbal exchanges of us saying to each other "mister andrew" and "mister justin" (poking fun of course at my uncle Carlos who would always call each of us that). You know they say you can't pick your family, you can only pick your friends. Seeing as how we aren't actual blood relations I never saw you or any of the larrains in any other way. Thankfully you and I never had a choice to be friends instead ... we are family. You may be younger and smaller than me but you are a man filled with great accomplishment, ambition and knowledge. I will forever be amazed at your abilities and be in awe and admiration of how great and kind of a person you are.
I will miss the fun times and our shared passion for pyromania!! No doubt wherever you are, if something needs fixing, burning or someone needs love, or a great cook you are already on top of it!

Always remembered, never forgotten and love you always.

Diane Francoeur

August 7, 2020

Dear Virginia and family,

What a beautiful young man you had in Andrew. I did not have the opportunity to know him but want you to know that my thoughts are with you and the whole family.
I am happy to know that you are surrounded by your loved ones at this very painful time.

Bon courage chère amie and former cousin in-law,

Eli Gutstadt

August 7, 2020

Dear Ginny, Carlo ,Cristina and family

We have known your family for what seems a lifetime and have watched Cristina and Andrew grow from babies to accomplished and loving adults.
Andrew had qualities that you can’t teach, genuine love of family and friends; and a zest for life which could be seen in the twinkle of his eyes and his ever present smile.

Last summer at a dinner at your home when we were all toasting family and friends, Andrew paused and said to us you are not friends, you are family. And sadly we now feel the unbearable pain of losing someone who was truly family to us, way too soon .

For centuries writers and philosophers have struggled to define what it means to lead” a life well -lived”.

The consensus is “a life well- lived” isn’t measured by material success. It is a life which has goals and integrity, which is chosen and directed by the one who lives it to the fullest extent possible. It is a goal attained by seizing each day and filling it with love and laughter, treasuring every moment and taking advantage of every opportunity.

Andrew , “ a life well- lived”.


Janice,Eli and Family

Mitch LaMantia

August 7, 2020

In the couple years I knew Andrew he had such an impact on my life, which speaks to the type of person he was. He was one of the best people I've ever worked for and worked with. He was someone that was never afraid to teach and help when you needed help. More importantly he was an even better friend, always willing to go the extra mile to take care of people. Whether that be putting on a BBQ or simply helping a friend. It's hard to put in words the type of guy he was. My thoughts and prayers go out to the whole Larrain family. Andrew will truly be missed.

Gerardo, Ambrosio and Anna Larrain

August 7, 2020

We are distraught and heartbroken to hear about the loss of your Andrew, so suddenly and so early in his life.

Although we only knew him briefly as an infant, it was evident that his parents Ginnie and Carlos provided him (and Cristina) with all that is essential, including a comfortable home and most importantly, an abundance of unconditional love.

We always hoped to all meet again on this path of life, and to have seen the beautiful baby Andrew grown to be the remarkable man he became !

Therefore it has meant so much to read the memories of his family and dear friends. We loved seeing the photos and reading of how he enjoyed cooking (it's a Larrain thing) and gardening and his gentle kindness which dear Neveah wrote about. And even the crane operator who said Andrew helped him get through the long days at work ! And the memories of bonfires... and fireworks...

It is exceptionally kind and brave of you Ginnie to share your feelings and memories. We loved that photo of you standing with Andrew beside the plane. Thank you for sharing your precious memories...it helps.

Our hearts reach out to you
now, from far away in Vancouver, to Sabrina and Nevaeh, and to Virginia, Carlos and Cristina. We send you big hugs to help you through these days.

With our heartfelt sympathy, and love, from Gerardo Larrain, Ambrosio Larrain and Anna Smith -Larrain (Annie)


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