Andrew F. Morey

June 25, 1969June 7, 2021

Andrew Finch Morey of Boston, devoted father, loving husband and friend to many, passed surrounded by his loving family on June 7, 2021. Andrew’s family takes comfort in knowing he lived each day fully, created community with laughter and cheer, and helped many along the way. Andrew was born in Greenwich, Connecticut on June 25, 1969. He was the youngest of three children enjoying many sports as wide ranging as ice hockey in Florida and sailing in Edgartown and playing with his beloved corgis. Andrew graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall, Vanderbilt University and Columbia Business School and went on to have a 30 year career in finance. Most importantly, he approached each day with an easy going, fun loving spirit. Andrew moved to Boston in 1995 where he later met his wife Carolyn, the love of his life. He adored Carolyn with all his heart - he looked at her, and he saw his world. They married in 1999 and settled in Beacon Hill where they raised three special daughters. Andrew loved playing squash, skiing in New Hampshire, reading a good book at the beach, sharing red wine, trading travel ideas and most of all spending time with his family. He delighted in supporting his family and taught them and others to do the same. Andrew could often be found cheering on his girls and others at squash matches, lacrosse games and ski races. Andrew was truly a doting father who always went out of his way to make his wife and girls smile. They were the light of his life. Andrew will be remembered by all for his quick wit, warm personality and the community he built by caring about the little things and always taking the time to stop and say hello. Andrew’s newest friend was the family Corgi, Oliver. He would often be seen walking Oliver in Beacon Hill and together they made many new friends in the neighborhood they both loved. Andrew treasured the most important parts of life, friends, family, and good conversation. He enjoyed sharing stories about great music, the New York Yankees, the New England Patriots and the Boston Bruins. He never missed an opportunity to attend a live concert or sporting event. Andrew leaves behind many close friends all of whom he treasured. Andrew is survived by his wife of 21 years Carolyn, his three daughters, Charlotte, Catherine and Elizabeth, his parents Martin and Marilyn Morey of Vero Beach FL, his sister Elizabeth (Brian) Neligan, his brother Alex Morey, over 100 in-laws, nieces, nephews and second cousins, countless friends and his beloved Cardigan Corgi Oliver. Funeral services will be Monday June 14, 2021 at 11AM, in St. Cecelia Church, 18 Belvidere St., Boston, MA 02115. Visiting hours are Sunday, June 13, 2021 from 4PM-8PM at St. Cecilia Church. Burial is private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations be made to The Andrew Morey Memorial Trust, J.S. Waterman-Langone Chapel, 580 Commercial St., Boston, MA 02109 is entrusted with his arrangements. For more information or to leave an online condolence, please visit


  • Visiting Hours

    Sunday, June 13, 2021

  • Liturgy of Christian Burial

    Monday, June 14, 2021



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Kelly Ann O’Connor

June 19, 2021

Dear Carolyn,
I just heard the news yesterday, and my heart just breaks for you, the girls and the entire Morey family. My thoughts, prayers and blessings are with you all during this difficult journey. Andrew was the light of your life, and a remarkable man, son, brother, husband, father, uncle and friend to many. God bless. xo Kelly O’Connor

Melanie Karlberg

June 13, 2021

Andrew was always excited and passionate about his work! He had a kind heart and I enjoyed working with him. When he spoke of his family he would light up …. Andrew will be missed- Melanie Karlberg

Matthew Guleserian

June 13, 2021

Our thoughts and sympathies are with the Morey family during this difficult time. It was a pleasure to have had the opportunity to be Andrew’s colleague at LMCG for the past several years. He was always kind and welcoming and he will be missed.

Jeffrey Davis

June 12, 2021

Andrew was a fine colleague, and he had a wonderfully engaged mind and spirit. I am so glad to have had the opportunity to get to know him and work with him for his years with LMCG. Please accept deepest sympathies and love from the Davis family of Newton.

Jeff and Dana Davis

Jane and Charles Ellis

June 11, 2021

Andrew’s ready smile, sense of humor and kindness were a a gift to everyone he touched. He will be deeply missed by the many who were lucky to know him.

John Beggans

June 11, 2021

Andrew will be missed. One of the most caring and down to earth people I have ever met. I enjoyed all the time we spent together in our early years. Never will forget the Morey wedding where I was tricked into wearing a tuxedo. There is a special place in heaven for Andrew. God bless. - John Beggans